Pizarro, a small gunboat, was launched at Clydebank, Scotland, in 1895. Stationed in Cuba during the Spanish-American War, she was scuttled at Nuevitas in early August 1898.
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Photo #: NH 88601
(Spanish Gunboat, 1895-1898)
Photographed during early 1896, while on builder's trials near Clydebank, Scotland. Pizarro was scuttled by her crew at Nuevitas, on the northeastern coast of Cuba, in early August 1898.
Copied from Office of Naval Intelligence Album of Foreign Warships.
U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.
Online Image: 54,472 bytes; 740 x 530 pixels
25 October 1998