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THE CONFEDERATE RAIDER “ C.S.S. ALABAMA ”

THE CONFEDERATE RAIDER “ C.S.S. ALABAMA ”

Port side stern of the CSS Alabama.

Port side stern of the CSS Alabama.

The screw sloop USS Hartford – flagship of Adm. David Farragut at the Battle of Mobile Bay (US Navy)

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Screw sloop USS Hartford - flagship of Adm. David Farragut at the Battle of Mobile Bay (US Navy)

Mobile Bay- Civil War

Civil War naval battle in Mobile Bay

CSS Gaines, Confederate Gunboat. Usually served as an escort ship for CSS Tennessee II.

Usually served as an escort ship for CSS Tennessee II.

Blakely Cannon from the CSS Alabama being raised in 1994.  Beside the Blakely canon and its pivoting chassis, the operation lifted a great number of objects from the officers' mess, as well as personal effects, such as fashion accessories, tools, revolver bullets, a sperm-whale tooth, and coins.

Blakely Cannon from the CSS Alabama being raised in Beside the Blakely…

[USS Hartford, flagship of Admiral David Farragut during the Civil War]

[USS Hartford, flagship of Admiral David Farragut during the Civil War]

The U.S.S. Cairo, Civil War Ironclad, Sunk on Dec 12, 1862, in 12 min. on the Yazoo River with 168 men on board (no casualties). Was brought up off the river bottom 102 yrs later in 1964 Vicksburg MS (National Park) Aug 1994

Cairo, Civil War Ironclad, Sunk on Dec in 12 min. on the Yazoo River with 168 men on board (no casualties). Was brought up off the river bottom 102 yrs later in 1964 Vicksburg MS (National Park) Aug 1994

CSS Alabama and USS Kearsarge: Duel off the Coast of France

CSS Alabama and USS Kearsarge: Duel off the Coast of France

Captain Raphael Semmes and First Lieutenant John Kell aboard CSS Alabama 1863

CSS SELMA   The CSS Selma was a Confederate warship built in 1856 in Mobile. The vessel was captured by the Confederacy in 1861 and converted to a gunship and in 1862 was renamed Selma. The ship fought in the Battle of Mobile Bay and was surrendered to Union forces on August 5, 1864.

Confederate Navy in Alabama

The inside of the south wall of the Trostle barn shows the hole that was created by Confederate artillery fire on July 2, 1863.

The inside of the south wall of the Trostle barn in Gettysburg, shows the hole that was created by Confederate artillery fire on July

Bloody Lane from the observation tower, Antietam Battlefield, more humbling even than Gettysburg....bloodiest day of battle in American history.

Bloody Lane from the observation tower, Antietam Battlefield, more humbling even than Gettysburg.bloodiest day of battle in American history.

THE CSS ALABAMA  August 6 1863, The CSS Alabama captures the USS Sea Bride near the Cape of Good Hope. In eleven months the C.S.S. Alabama captured 69 Northern vessels valued at $6,500,000, while never entering a Confederate port… Photo: Confederate ship "CSS Alabama" in battle with Union ship "USS Kearsarge"

Civil War --- Confederate ship "CSS Alabama" in battle with Union ship "USS Kearsarge" off the coast of France

BURNING 0F THE FREDERICKSBURG AND RICHMOND RAILROAD BRIDGE OVER THE NORTH ANNA -  Harper's Weekly

The Platte Bridge Railroad Tragedy on September 1861 occurred when some Confederate Irregulars derailed a train with about 100 passengers east of St Joseph, Missouri.

Dunker Church                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Civil War Sites Then and Now

Antietam Dunker Church then-now - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

C s s Tennessee Civil Era Confederate Ironclad Navy SHIP Model Kit | eBay

C s s Tennessee Civil Era Confederate Ironclad Navy SHIP Model Kit | eBay

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