View along the waterfront, probably in the Summer-Fall of 1866. Ships present are (left to right): USS Wampanoag (1867-1885), fitting out; A screw gunboat of the Kansas or Cayuga class; USS Madawaska (1867-1886), preparing for trials; USS Susquehanna (1850-1883); USS Idaho (1866-1874), laid up after her unsuccessful trials (across the channel from Wampanoag); Two Double-Ender side-wheel gunboats; and USS Vermont (1862-1902), in the extreme right background. Courtesy of Martin Holbrook, 1977. U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.