Smith, Edgar Newbold. American Naval Broadsides: A Collection
of Early Naval Prints (1745-1815). Philadelphia: Philadelphia
Maritime Museum, 1974. 225 pp.
Truxtun-Decatur Naval Museum, Washington, D.C. Commodores Thomas Truxtun and Stephen Decatur and the Navy of Their Time: An Exhibition, Spring & Summer, 1950. Washington: The Truxtun- Decatur Naval Museum, 1950. 39 pp.
United States National Archives. The Old Navy, 1776-1860: A Catalog of an Exhibit of Prints and Watercolors from the Naval Collection of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Washington: National Archives Trust Fund Board, General Services Administration, 1962. 56 pp.
Two prints in this work pertain to the Federalist period: one depicts the building of the frigate Philadelphia and the other is a view of Constellation capturing l'Insurgente.
United States Naval Academy, Annapolis. Museum. American
Naval Prints: from the Beverley R. Robinson Collection, U.S. Naval
Academy Museum, Annapolis, Maryland. [Washington]: International
Exhibitions Foundation, 1976. 121 pp.
The sole print applicable to the Federalist period is one of the American merchant ship Planter beating off a French privateer on 10 July 1799.