USS Nina (1865)
USS Nina, a 4th rate iron screw steamer, was laid down by Reaney, Son & Archbold, at Chester, Pennsylvania, in 1864; launched 27 May 1865; delivered at New York Navy Yard 26 September 1865; and pl...
USS Klamath (1865)
USS Klamath — a single-turreted, twin-screw monitor of the United States Navy — was launched 20 April 1865 by S. T. Hambleton & Co., Cincinnati, OH, under subcontract with Alexander Swift & Co...
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USS Leyden (1865)
The first USS Leyden was a screw steamer that operated as a tug in the U.S. Navy from 1866 to 1903 and saw combat service in the Spanish-American War in 1898.Leyden was launched in 1865 by James Tetlo...
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Rabboni (steam tug)
Rabboni was a steam tug that operated on the west coast of the United States starting in 1865.
Rabboni was built in San Francisco, California, and launched on April 9, 1865. The tug was brought n...
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Seminole (clipper)
Seminole was a later clipper ship, built by Maxon & Fish at Mystic, Connecticut, in 1865.
She was one of only two clipper ships in the post-Civil War period (1865-1900) to make a passage from ...
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USRC Andrew Johnson
Between 1865 and 1866, five cutters of the Chase Class were constructed for the Revenue Cutter Service. These cutters were named: Chase, Fessenden, Johnson, McCulloch and Sherman. They were wooden-hu...
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Sub Marine Explorer
Sub Marine Explorer is a submersible built between 1863 and 1866 by Julius H. Kroehl and Ariel Patterson in Brooklyn, New York for the Pacific Pearl Company. It was hand powered and had an interconnec...
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SS Ville du Havre
Ville du Havre was a French iron steamship that operated round trips between the northern coast of France and New York. Launched in November 1865 under her original name of Napoléon III, she was conve...
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USS Yazoo (1865)
USS Yazoo — a single-turreted, twin-screw monitor — was laid down in March 1863, before final government approval had been given, by Merrick & Sons, Philadelphia.; launched on 8 May 1865; and comp...
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USS Modoc (1865)
USS Modoc, a single turret, an 1175-ton Casco-class light draft monitor built under contract by J. S. Underhill at Greenpoint, Brooklyn, was completed as a spar torpedo vessel in June 1865. She had no...
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USS Koka (1865)
USS Koka—a single-turreted, twin-screw monitor—was launched 18 May 1865 by Wilcox & Whiting, Camden, New Jersey. She was a Casco-class, light-draft monitor intended for service in the shallow bays...
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Ariel (clipper)
Ariel was a clipper ship famous for making fast voyages between China and England in the late 1860s.Ariel was a full rigged ship of 853 tons net register, measuring 197.4 feet (60.2 m) x 33.9 fee...
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HMS Vixen (1865)
HMS Vixen was an armoured composite gunboat, the only ship of her class, and the third ship of the Royal Navy to bear the name. She was the first Royal Navy vessel to have twin propellers.
Designe...
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USS Dunderberg
The USS Dunderberg, which is a Swedish word meaning "thunder(ing) mountain," was an ocean-going casemate ironclad of 14 guns. She resembled an enlarged, two-masted version of the Confederate casemate ...
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HMS Lord Warden (1865)
HMS Lord Warden was the second and last ship of the wooden-hulled Lord Clyde class of armoured frigates built for the Royal Navy during the 1860s. She and her sister ship, Lord Clyde, were the he...
Japanese frigate Kaiyō Maru
Kaiyō Maru (開陽丸) was one of Japan's first modern warships, powered by both sails and steam.
She was ordered in the Netherlands in 1863 by the Bakufu, the government of the Shogun, the Nederlan...
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Russian ironclad Kreml
The Russian ironclad Kreml (Russian: Кремль) was the third and last Pervenets-class broadside ironclad built for the Imperial Russian Navy during the mid-1860s. She joined the Baltic Fleet upon co...
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USS Umpqua (1865)
USS Umpqua, a single-turreted, twin-screw monitor, was laid down in March 1863, before the official order had been placed, at Brownsville, Pennsylvania, by Snowden & Mason; launched on 21 December...
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CSS Pedee
The CSS Pedee, also known as the CSS Pee Dee was a Confederate gunboat launched in January 1865 and scuttled the following month during the American Civil War.The Pee Dee was a Macon-class gunboat tha...
SS Princess Alice (1865)
SS Princess Alice , formerly PS Bute, was a passenger paddle steamer. She was sunk in a collision on the River Thames with the collier Bywell Castle off Tripcock Point in 1878 with the loss of over 65...
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HMS Caledonia (1862)
HMS Caledonia was a broadside ironclad of the Prince Consort class. Originally laid down as a two-decker steam ship of the line of the Bulwark class, Caledonia was converted on the building stock...
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SS Erl King (1865)
The SS Erl King was built at A and J Inglis, Pointhouse, Glasgow and launched in 1865 and owned by Robertson & Co London. She was designed as an Auxiliary Steam Ship - steam power would be used to...
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USS Standish (1864)
USS Standish was an iron-hulled screw tug of the United States Navy. Built at Boston in 1864, but completed too late for service in the American Civil War. After completing her trials in January 1866,...
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Huáscar (ironclad)
Huáscar is a 19th-century small armoured turret ship of a type similar to a monitor. She was built in Britain for Peru and played a significant role in the battle of Pacocha and the War of the Pacific...
USS Suncook (1865)
USS Suncook — a single-turreted, twin-screw monitor — was built by the Globe Works, South Boston, and delivered to the government at the Boston Navy Yard on 8 July 1865.Suncook was a Casco-class, ligh...
SS Karanja (1865)
SS Karanja was a paddle steamer built in 1864 by Henderson Coulborn & Co.. The ship was completed in 1865, in the port of Renfrew. The ship weighed 228 tons and was 164 ft long. The Kara...
USS Nausett (1865)
USS Nausett, a single-turreted, twin-screw monitor, was built by Donald McKay, South Boston, MA, and launched on 26 April 1865, and commissioned on 10 August 1865, Acting Master Win. U. Grozier in com...
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USS Shiloh (1865)
USS Shiloh was a single-turreted, twin-screw monitor that was slated to enter service with the United States Navy. The contract for her construction was awarded on 24 June 1863 to George C. Bestor of ...
Spanish ironclad Vitoria
The Spanish ironclad Vitoria was an iron-hulled armored frigate bought from England during the 1860s.
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USS Shamokin (1865)
The first USS Shamokin was a double-ended gunboat built during the American Civil War at Chester, Pennsylvania by Reaney, Son & Archbold.
Shamokin was delivered to the Navy at the Philadelphia...