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CSS Stonewall, an Ironclad Ram Warship sometime during the 1860s. The Stonewall was built in Bordeaux, France in 1864 for the Confederate States Navy. She was acquired by Japan in 1869.

CSS Stonewall, an Ironclad Ram Warship sometime during the The Stonewall was built in Bordeaux, France in 1864 for the Confederate States Navy. She was acquired by Japan in

CSS Virginia model.

CSS Virginia model of the Confederacy first Ironclad warship, built on the hull of the abandoned Union warship the USS Merrimack

LSNS Governor Moore was a schooner-rigged steamer in the Confederate States Navy.   The colorful Lieutenant Beverly Kennon, CSN, had sought CSS Florida's command but had to be content with CSS Governor Moore shown here.  She distinguished herself in the battle of 24 April 1862, when Admiral David Farragut, USN, passed Fort Jackson and Fort St. Philip before dawn en route to capture New Orleans. After a furious exchange of raking fire, Governor Moore twice rammed USS Varuna.

LSNS Governor Moore was a schooner-rigged steamer in the Confederate States…

USS New Ironsides. At the time of her construction, she was arguably the world's most powerful warship. One of the trio of ironclads initially laid down for the United States Navy in 1861. She took place in multiple engagements, and the Rebels attempted dozens of times to sink her. Ironically, she sank at anchor not long after the war ended under mysterious circumstances.

NH USS New Ironsides Line engraving published in The Soldier in Our Civil War, Volume II, page depicting the ship as she appeared during most of her operational career, without sailing rig. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.

Farragut's Flagship: USS Hartford

Warships of the Civil War

This gallery offers an overview of the radical advances made in naval warfare during the Civil War as well as some of the ships used by the Union and Confederacy.

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CaptJimsCargo - CSS Alabama Wooden Steam Tall Ship Model 32" Civil War Raider, (http://www.captjimscargo.com/model-tall-ships/warships/css-alabama-wooden-steam-tall-ship-model-32-civil-war-raider/) A painted version of this Confederate Raider model is also available.

CSS Alabama Wooden Steam Tall Ship Model 32" Civil War Raider

CaptJimsCargo - CSS Alabama Wooden Steam Tall Ship Model 32" Civil War Raider, (http://www.captjimscargo.com/model-tall-ships/warships/css-alabama-wooden-steam-tall-ship-model-32-civil-war-raider/) A painted version of this Confederate Raider model is also available.

96-004 C.S.S. Arkansas: 1/96th Scale Approx. 24” long overall. Now you can start building ironclads from the Western Theatre of the American Civil War. This kit features resin and metal fittings, a…

long overall. Now you can start building ironclads from the Western Theatre of the American Civil War. This kit features resin and metal fittings, a…

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