Photo #: NH 73986
"The Iron-clad Navy of the United States"
Two-page spread of line engravings, published in "Harper's Weekly", 3 February 1866.
U.S. ships depicted include (at left, top to bottom): Dictator, Manayunk, Ozark, Onondaga, and Roanoke;
(in center, top to bottom): Stonewall (ex CSS Stonewall), New Ironsides with Monadnock, and the interior of a monitor's Ericsson turret with two XV-inch Dahlgren guns;
(at right, top to bottom): Weehawken, Atlanta (ex CSS Atlanta), Yazoo, Tennessee (ex CSS Tennessee), and Dunderberg.
U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.
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21 December 1999