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English: USS Monitor (1862-62), Watercolor by Oscar Parkes.
  • Removed caption read: Photo # NH 59543     USS Monitor. Watercolor by Oscar Parkes
Date 1936
Source Courtesy of Dr. Oscar Parkes, 1936.

United States Naval History and Heritage Command, # NH 59543

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Author Oscar Parkes (1885 - 1958, Royal Navy surgeon)
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Background notes: USS Monitor (ship, 1862)

English: USS Monitor was an ironclad warship of the United States Navy.


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