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Battle between the C.S.S. Virginia and the U.S.S. Monitor, Hampton Roads, Va., March 9,
1862. Engraved in 1863 by J. Davies from a drawing by C. Parsons.
U.S.S. St. Louis, first Eads ironclad gunboat, renamed the Baron de Kalb in October 1862.
"Men Wanted for the Navy!" Federal recruiting poster issued at New Berne, N.C., November
Confederate ram Atlanta after being captured on the James River, Va., 1863.
C.S.S. Alabama, commerce raider, sunk June 19, 1864. Artwork by Clary Ray.
Ruins of the navy yard at Norfolk, Va., December 1864. Photographed by James Gardner.
U.S.S. Commodore Perry, a ferryboat converted into a gunboat, Pamunkey River, Va., 1864.
Gun crew of a Dahlgren gun at drill aboard the U.S. gunboat Mendota, 1864.
Sailors and marines on the deck of the U.S. gunboat Mendota, 1864.
U.S.S. Onondaga, a double-turreted monitor, on the James River, Va., 1864.
Capt. John A. Winslow (3d from left) and officers on board the U.S.S. Kearsarge after sinking
the C.S.S. Alabama, 1864.
A Union station on the James River established for extracting gunpowder from Confederate torpedoes, 1864. Photographed by Egbert Guy Fox.
Confederate torpedo boat David aground at Charleston, S.C., 1865. Photographed by
Selmar Rush Seibert.
C.S.S. Manassas, armored ram. Artwork by R. G. Skerrett, 1904.
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