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THE CSS ARKANSAS    The CSS Arkansas was a Confederate ironclad warship which served during the Civil War in the Western Theater. The CSS Arkansas ran through a U.S. Navy fleet at Vicksburg, Mississippi, on July 15, 1862, in a celebrated action in which she inflicted more damage than she received. She was later destroyed by her crew to prevent capture by Union forces.

THE CSS ARKANSAS The CSS Arkansas was a Confederate ironclad warship which served during the Civil War in the Western Theater. The CSS Arkansas ran through a U.S. Navy fleet at Vicksburg, Mississippi, on July 15, 1862, in a celebrated action in which she inflicted more damage than she received. She was later destroyed by her crew to prevent capture by Union forces.

Steamboat Conversions of the Civil War  USS William H Brown, Timberclad Riverboat

Steamboat Conversions of the Civil War USS William H Brown, Timberclad Riverboat

View from the State Capitol, South Carolina, by George N. Barnard, ca.1865 [[MORE]] “ The Southern United States city of Columbia, South Carolina, was an important political and supply center for the...

View from the State Capitol, South Carolina, by George N. Barnard, ca.1865 [[MORE]] “ The Southern United States city of Columbia, South Carolina, was an important political and supply center for the...

In this undated photograph provided by Naval History and Heritage Command the crew of #USSMonitor stands near the ship's turret after the Battle of Hampton Roads between Monitor and the Confederate navy ironclad CSS Virginia. Monitor was a revolutionary vessel, designed by John Ericson, changing the course of the United States Navy. The Brooklyn-built Monitor made nautical history after being designed and assembled in 118 days, and then commissioned Feb. 25, 1862.

In this undated photograph provided by Naval History and Heritage Command the crew of #USSMonitor stands near the ship's turret after the Battle of Hampton Roads between Monitor and the Confederate navy ironclad CSS Virginia. Monitor was a revolutionary vessel, designed by John Ericson, changing the course of the United States Navy. The Brooklyn-built Monitor made nautical history after being designed and assembled in 118 days, and then commissioned Feb. 25, 1862.

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