The captured Confederate Ironclad, C. Stonewall on the Anacostia River in Washington, D. The completed Capitol dome can be seen in the background.
Steam Frigate at Navy Yard during President's visit.
USS Tennessee, ca. The Confederate ironclad warship CSS Tennessee was…
1864 or Deep Bottom, Virginia. Federal gunboat Mendota on the James River. Put in service May From photographs of the Federal Navy and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy.
USS Fuschia (named for the flower, not the color.) An amazingly potent little…
'St Louis', Union gunboat, American Civil War, 1861-1865. The earliest ironclad gunboat designed by American engineer James B Eads (1820-1887) to be employed by the Union side. Although the 'St Louis' was sunk by a torpedo in 1863, Eads' ironclad ships were of considerable military value to the Union.
The CSS Stonewall Jackson, rechristened the Azuma in the Japanese fleet, was in her later career the nucleus of the Japanese steam navy.
This page features all our images of the Japanese ironclad ram Azuma, which was previously CSS Stonewall.
CSS Stonewall, an Ironclad Ram Warship sometime during the The Stonewall was built in Bordeaux, France in 1864 for the Confederate States Navy. She was acquired by Japan in
The USS Nashville, Civil war hospital ship. The hospital ship was yet another innovation of the war
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Union Navy - "USS KATAHDIN" (1861) was a (158') Unadilla Class Gunboat – Commissioned: 17 February 1862 – Crew: 114 Officers, Enlisted – Armament: 1 × 11 Inch (280mm) Dahlgren Smoothbore Cannon, 2 x 24-Pounder Smoothbore and 2 x 20-Pounder Parrott Rifle – was assigned to the West Gulf Blockading Squadron – Decommissioned: 14 July 1865 and Sold: 30 November 1865
USS Essex ironclad river gunboat was converted in stages from the steam ferry New Era to be used by the Union Navy during the American Civil War
Researchers Solve Shipwreck Mystery NOAA has discovered the final resting place of the USS Conestoga.