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0008354
FRIGATE PHILADEPHIA, 1800.
Preparation for War to defend commerce. The Swedish Church Southwark with the building of the frigate 'Philadephia'. Line engraving, 1800, by William Birch & Son.
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0080295
FULTON STEAM FRIGATE, 1814.
The Fulton Steam Frigate (also known as 'Demologos' and 'Fulton the First'), designed by Robert Fulton, the first steam-powered warship built for the U.S. Navy, launched in 1814. Color engraving, American, 1857.
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0265893
NEW YORK: RUSSIAN NAVY.
The Russian frigate 'Osliaba,' in the fleet commanded by Admiral Stephan Lisovsky, arriving in New York Harbor, October 1863. Contemporary American engraving.
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0268361
FRIGATE: MISSISSIPPI, 1853.
The steam frigate Mississippi of the United States Navy. Wood engraving, English, 1853.
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0268109
PERU: CIVIL UNREST, 1857.
The city of Arica, Chile, attacked by a squadron of ships led by General Viranco, during a dispute in 1856. Contemporary English wood engraving.
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0268210
CIVIL WAR: USS MINNESOTA.
The steam frigate USS Minnesota, flagship of the Union blockading squadron during the American Civil War. Wood engraving, American, 1861, after a photograph.
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0233908
MILITARY.
France, French Navy, frigate 'Montcalm', around 1900, photo by A. Bougault.
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0233699
MILITARY.
Germany, navy imperial -1914 armor-plated frigate S.M.S. Kronprinz' 1868 (prussian). painting of O. Rahardt 2005.
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0080296
FULTON STEAM FRIGATE, 1814.
Launch of the Fulton Steam Frigate (also known as 'Demologos' and 'Fulton the First') at New York City, 29 October 1814. Designed by Robert Fulton, the Fulton Frigate was the first steam-powered warship built for the U.S. Navy. Color engraving, 1815.
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0268358
SHIP: NUZETIEH, 1854.
The Nuzetieh (Victorious), flagship of Admiral Adolphus Slade of the Turkish Navy. Wood engraving, English, 1854.
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0133641
VAN DE VELDE: FRIGATE.
'Frigate at Anchor.' Pen and ink and wash drawing by Willem van de Velde, 17th century.
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0268113
PERU: CIVIL UNREST, 1857.
The harbor of Islay, Peru, the headquarters of General Viranco during a dispute in 1856. Contemporary English wood engraving.
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0061953
TRIPOLITAN WAR, 1804.
The burning of the captured American frigate 'Philadelphia' by Commodore Stephen Decatur and his crew in Tripoli harbor on the night of 16 February 1804. Color Italian engraving, 1805.
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0090300
NAVAL BATTLE, 1813.
The American frigate USS 'Chesapeake' in conflict with HMS 'Shannon' off Boston Light, 1 June 1813. Line engraving, 19th century.
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0047330
FULTON STEAM FRIGATE, 1814.
Launch of the Fulton Steam Frigate (also known as 'Demologos' and 'Fulton the First') at New York City, 29 October 1814. Designed by Robert Fulton, the Fulton Frigate was the first steam-powered warship built for the U.S. Navy. Lithograph, 1852, after a line engraving of 1815.
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0265892
NEW YORK: RUSSIAN NAVY.
The Russian fleet, commanded by Admiral Stephan Lisovsky, arriving in New York Harbor, October 1863. Contemporary American engraving.
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0028909
JULES DUMONT D'URVILLE (1790-1842).
Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont D'Urville. French navigator. Dumont D'Urville's frigate 'Astrolabe' caught between icebergs in the Antarctic, 1838. After a contemporary German chromolithograph.
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0105597
HMS AMETHYST, 1799.
Model of HMS 'Amethyst,' a 36-gun fifth-rate British frigate, launched at Deptford, England, in 1799, and wrecked in 1811.
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0619954
WAR OF 1812: NAVAL BATTLE.
The Battle of Plattsburgh on Lake Champlain, with focus on the exchange between the USS Saratoga and the HMS Confiance, 11 September 1814. Engraving, 1884.
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0124498
NEW YORK: BATTERY, 1793.
The Battery at the southern tip of Manhattan. At anchor in the harbor is the French frigate 'Ambuscade' which brought Citizen Genet to America. Line engraving, 1793.
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0095025
NAVAL BATTLE, 1793.
The taking of the French frigate 'Cleopatra' by a British Navy vessel under Captain Edward Pellew, 1793. Contemporary steel engraving.
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0102746
AMERICAN WARSHIPS.
'U.S. Ships of the Line 'Delaware' and 'North Carolina' and Frigates 'Brandywine' and 'Constellation.'' Oil on canvas by James Evans, mid 19th century.
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0110524
BRAZILIAN STEAMSHIP, 1863.
A Brazilian steam frigate at the Navy Yard at Washington, D.C. Photograph by Alexander Gardner, 1863.
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0065723
FULTON STEAM FRIGATE, 1814.
Launch of the Fulton Steam Frigate (also known as 'Demologos' and 'Fulton the First') at New York City, 29 October 1814. Designed by Robert Fulton, the Fulton Frigate was the first steam-powered warship built for the U.S. Navy. Line engraving, 1815.
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0128476
USS ALLIANCE, 1780.
The frigate 'Alliance' passing Boston lighthouse on its return from France in 1780. Contemporary painting by Captain Matthew Parke.
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0369153
HISTORY.
Frigate in the stormy sea, oil on canvas, Italy. Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0368807
HISTORY.
Sardinian frigate from the 2nd half of 19th century, painting, Italy, 19th century. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0034080
CONFEDERATE IRONCLAD, 1862.
Side elevation of the Confederate ironclad CSS 'Virginia,' formerly the forty-gun screw frigate USS 'Merrimack.' Line engraving after a drawing of 1862.
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0265811
RECEPTION OF RUSSIAN NAVY.
Reception of the Common Council of New York City by Admiral Stephan Lisovsky on board the Russian frigate Alexander Nevsky, in New York Harbor, October 1863. Contemporary American engraving.
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0075606
NEVIS: CONSTELLATION, 1799.
The L'Insurgent (left) hauls down her tricolor and surrenders to the American frigate USS Constellation off of the island of Nevis in the West Indies on 9 February 1799 during the undeclared war with France. Contemporary aquatint.
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0066009
VENEZUELA BLOCKADE 1902-03.
H.M.S Charybdis and the German cruiser Vineta bombarding Fort Libertador at Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, during the Anglo-German-Italian blockade of December 1902 - February 1903: illustration from a contemporary English newspaper.
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0063580
BOSTON NAVY YARD, 1907.
The newly built armored cruiser Tennessee (center) at the Boston Navy Yard in 1907. At the right is the frigate Constitution, built in 1797.
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0103004
TRIPOLITAN WAR, 1804.
An American frigate battling a Barbary vessel during off the coast of Tripoli, 1804. Contemporary American painting.
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0322822
ROBERT FAULKNOR (1763-1795).
English naval officer. The death of Faulknor, as captain of the HMS Blanche, during an altercation with the French frigate Pique, off the coast of Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe, 5 January 1795. Engraving, English, 19th century.
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0100192
MODEL: USS CONSTITUTION.
Colonel Spicer's model, 1928, of the USS Constitution, launched in 1797.
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0322454
CONGRESSIONAL DOCUMENT, 1776.
Congressional document ordering John Ashmead, clerk of the frigate 'Randolph' to stay on board while the rest of his crew went on an expedition. Signed by John Hancock, Robert Morris, Button Gwinness, Francis Lewis, George Read, and Arthur Middleton, 12 July 1776.
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0064847
FRIGATE, 19th CENTURY.
Square-rigged, three masted frigate. Detail of mural by Constantino Brumidi in Capitol, 19th century.
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0081095
SHIPS: HMS 'AGINCOURT.'
HMS 'Agincourt,' launched in 1865 and scrapped in 1961, one of the three five-masters of the mid-Victorian Navy.
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0039672
HMS MERMAID, 1784.
Model of HMS Mermaid, British 32-gun Frigate built at Sheerness 1784, on launching ways.
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0022164
MATTHEW PERRY (1794-1858).
American naval officer. Perry and the opening of Japan commemorated on a U.S. postage stamp, 1953.
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