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USS Harcourt (1864)

USS Harcourt was a small steamship acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. She was put into service as a tugboat and assigned to the blockade of the ports of the Confederate States of America. During blockade duty, she pe ...

                                               

USS Hope (1861)

USS Hope was a small schooner purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. She was put into service as a gunboat assigned to support the fleet blockades the ports of the Confederate States of America. However, at times, hope ...

                                               

USS Jasmine (1863)

USS Jasmine steamer purchased the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union as a tugboat in support of the blockade of the Navy of the Union of the waterways of the Confederate.

                                               

USS Juniper (1864)

USS juniper was a steamer purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union as a tugboat in support of the blockade of the Navy of the Union of the waterways of the Confederate.

                                               

USS Volunteer (1863)

The first USS volunteer was a 209-ton steamer captured by the Navy of the Union and the Union during the American Civil war. Virginia served in the Navy in minor roles: as tender and tow ship, however, at times, she will also be assigned to patro ...

                                               

Bronstein-class frigates

                                               

Brooke-class frigates

                                               

Cannon-class destroyer escorts of the United States Navy

                                               

Dealey-class destroyer escorts

                                               

Edsall-class destroyer escorts

                                               

Evarts-class destroyer escorts

                                               

Garcia-class frigates

                                               

Knox-class frigates

                                               

Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates of the United States Navy

                                               

Rudderow-class destroyer escorts

                                               

USS Agassiz

USS Agassiz was borrowed Navy Union from the survey of the coast of the United States during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union as a gunboat in support of the blockade of the Navy of the Union of the waterways of the Con ...

                                               

USS Ariel (1862)

USS Ariel was captured Confederate schooner acquired by the Union Navy from the prize court during the American Civil war. She was adopted by the Navy of the Union to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading ...

                                               

Asheville-class gunboat (1917)

The Asheville -class boat was in a class of two gunboats, destroyer USS Tulsa and Asheville, which was founded in Sacramento, earlier gunboat. Laid down between 1917 and 1919, the building was completed in the early 1920-ies, after which both shi ...

                                               

USS Beauregard

USS Beauregard began the war in a Confederate Privateer. Navy Union acquired the schooner from the prize court and outfitted the ship to blockade duty.

                                               

USS C. P. Williams (1861)

USS C. P. Williams was a mortar schooner acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used for various purposes, but especially for bombardment because of her large 13 in solution, which can ignite on the high banks of ...

                                               

USS Calypso (1863)

The first USS Calypso was a ship captured by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. Calypso was used by the Navy as a gunboat, and was ordered to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with o ...

                                               

USS Carrabasset (1864)

USS Carrabasset was a steamer purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. She supported the blockade of the Confederate States of America in a variety of ways: as a tugboat, boats, and transportation, depending on the need a ...

                                               

USS Commodore Read (1857)

USS Commodore read, was a former ferry bought the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. Because of her shallow draft, she was useful for patrols in rivers and streams. And, due to its structure of ferries, it was useful as gun or platf ...

                                               

USS Currituck (1861)

USS Currituck was a steamer purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. Her duties as a gunboat included river patrols, guard duty and other duties.

                                               

USS Dart (1861)

USS Dart was captured Confederate schooner acquired by the Union Navy during the American Civil war. She was adopted by the Navy of the Union as a tender for other ships of the Navy of the Union. However, she was also able to capture a few "prize ...

                                               

USS Diana (1862)

The USS Diana was captured by the Confederate steamer acquired by the Navy of the Union from the prize court during the American Civil war. She was adopted by the Navy of the Union to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the S ...

                                               

USS Douglas (PGM-100)

USS Douglas was a Asheville -class ship that served in the U.S. Navy from 1971 to 1977. Douglas was built on such shipbuilding cooperation.Tacoma, Washington. She was launched 19 June 1970 commissioned USS Douglas PG-100 February 6, 1971. She has ...

                                               

USS Dragon (1861)

USS dragon was a small 118-ton steamer acquired by the Navy of the Union during the us Civil war. Dragons main task was to participate as a gunboat in the Union blockade of ports and waterways of the Confederate States of America.

                                               

USS E. B. Hale (1861)

USS E. B. Hale was a steamer purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used as gunboats of the Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries. E: B. Hale ...

                                               

USS Elk (1863)

USS elk was a steamer purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union as a convoy and patrol vessels on the waterways of the Confederate.

                                               

USS Eureka (1862)

USS Eureka was a steamer captured by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union as a gunboat in support of the blockade of the Navy of the Union of the waterways of the Confederate.

                                               

USS Falcon (1846)

USS Falcon was a gunboat in the Navy of the United States. Falcon was captured as the Mexican gunboat Isabel on 14 November 1846 at Tampico, and taken into the Navy, Lieutenant J. Glasson in command.

                                               

USS Florida (1850)

The second USS Florida was a sidewheel steamer in the Navy of the United States. Florida was purchased and commissioned on 5 October 1861, with Lieutenant John R. Goldsborough in command. Florida came out of new York Harbor 19 October 1861 to joi ...

                                               

USS Fort Henry (1862)

USS Fort Henry was a boat that saw service with the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. Originally developed as a ferry, it was acquired by the Navy before entering the commercial service and converted into a warship. During the war ...

                                               

USS General Pillow (1862)

USS General pillow was a gunboat captured by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war and put into service in the Navy of the Union. She served the Union from 1862 until the end of the war in 1865. He was named after General Gideon pillow.

                                               

USS General Price

                                               

USS Grand Gulf (1863)

USS Grand Gulf were wooden-hulled, screw steamer acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. She was effective in performing blockade duty, and captured a number of Confederate blockade runners.

                                               

USS Granite (1862)

USS granite was a sloop purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries.

                                               

USS Grosbeak (1865)

USS Grosbeak was a steamship acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. Grosbeak was placed in service as a gunboat and assigned to the Union blockade of the ports of the Confederate States of America.

                                               

USS Howquah (1863)

USS Howquah was a screw steamer acquired by the Union Navy in Boston. G. W. Upton on 17 June 1863, for action against Confederate Commerce raider CSS Tacony which was then preying upon Northern merchant ships at that time Professor Richard S. Wes ...

                                               

USS Iuka (1864)

USS Iuka was a steamer purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries. Iuka was purchased as Commod ...

                                               

USS James S. Chambers (1861)

USS James S. chambers was a schooner acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union as a gunboat in support of the blockade of the Navy of the Union of the waterways of the Confederate.

                                               

USS John Griffith (1861)

USS John Griffith was a mortar schooner acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used for various purposes, but especially for bombardment because of her large 13 inch mortar and 12-pounder howitzers, which could fi ...

                                               

USS Jonquil (1863)

USS Jonquil was a warship, by order of the U.S. Navy in 1863. She served in the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. Jonquil was purchased in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, from S. F. Baker under the name of John. K. Kirkman on 21 Octobe ...

                                               

USS Kittatinny (1861)

USS Kittatinny was a schooner acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union as a gunboat in support of the blockade of the Navy of the Union of the waterways of the Confederate.

                                               

USS Maria A. Wood (1861)

USS Maria A. wood was a schooner acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union as a boat to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countri ...

                                               

USS Matthew Vassar (1861)

The USS Matthew Vassar was a schooner purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy of the Union in the first place, and a mortar boat, but also as a gunboat stationed in Confederate ports to prevent th ...

                                               

USS Norfolk Packet (1848)

USS Norfolk packet was a large schooner purchased by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. She was assigned to gunboat duty in the inland waterways of the Confederate States of America.

                                               

USS Oliver H. Lee (1861)

USS Oliver H. Lee was a schooner acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries. Oliver H. Lee was p ...

                                               

USS Orvetta (1861)

USS Orvetta was a schooner acquired by the Navy of the Union during the American Civil war. It was used by the Navy to patrol navigable waterways of the Confederacy to prevent the South from trading with other countries. Orvetta was acquired by t ...

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