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Selected Civil War Photographs, 1861-1865
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Photographs containing the exact words 0530-0569:T26.
1[Unknown location. Signalmen of Rear Admiral John A. Dahlgren's flagship receiving a message from the Georgia shore]
2[Hampton Roads, Va. School ship U.S.S. Sabine]
3[Drewry's Bluff, Va. Federal transports with cargoes of artillery on the James]
4[Hampton Roads, Va. Rear Admiral David D. Porter and staff aboard his flagship, U.S.S. Malvern]
5[Washington, D.C. Ex-Confederate iron-clad ram Stonewall at anchor; U.S. Capitol in the background]
6[Powder monkey by gun of U.S.S. New Hampshire off Charleston, S.C.]
7[Washington, D.C. Six marines with fixed bayonets at the Navy Yard]
8[James River, Va. Deck of iron-clad gunboat Galena, showing stack damaged by fire from Fort Darling, May 15, 1862]
9[Norfolk, Va. Steamer U.S.S. Fort Donelson (former Confederate blockade runner Robert E. Lee)]
10[James River, Va. Deck and turret of U.S.S. Monitor]
11[Unknown location. U.S. gunboat Kansas (built in 1863)]
12[James River, Va. Monitor U.S.S. Onondaga; soldiers in rowboat in foreground]
13[James River, Va. Officers of the U.S.S. Monitor grouped by the turret]
14[James River, Va. Bow of Confederate gunboat Teaser, Lt. Hunter Davidson, captured by U.S.S. Maratanza on July 4, 1862]
15[Unknown location. Battered smokestack from C.S.S. ironclad ram Virginia No. 2]
16[James River, Va. U.S.S. Casco, light-draft monitor]
17[James River, Va. U.S.S. Maratanza, Commander Thomas H. Stevens, immediately after capture of the Teaser]
18[James River, Va. Deck of Confederate gunboat Teaser, captured by U.S.S. Maratanza, showing damage from shell fire]
19[James River, Va. Sunken Confederate ships Virginia (ram) and Jamestown]
20[Alexandria, Va. Steam frigate Pensacola]