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The Time Portals War of when time travel was new and there was conflict over access. Here rival steampunk ironclads fight over access to the dimension. Battle between USS Monitor and CSS Virginia Naval History, Military History, Military Art, Uss Monitor, Civil War Art, Confederate States Of America, Ship Paintings, Civil War Photos, American Civil War

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Foro Militar e Historia Militar el Gran Capitán

Virginia museum crawl offers USS Monitor exhibit, rare artifact and grog - The Washington Post Uss Monitor, Naval History, Us History, Military History, Study History, American Civil War, American History, American Pride, Us Navy

At Ease: 1862 high-resolution photo

Vintage photographs available as fine-art prints or digital stock images

Images of USS Monitor, Civil War Ironclad: Captain Jeffers On the Deck of the Battle-Damaged Monitor American Civil War, American History, Uss Monitor, Civil War Photos, Historical Images, Photo Reference, Military History, Civilization, Wwii

Images of USS Monitor, Civil War Ironclad

Images of the warships USS Monitor and CSS Virginia illustrate how the age of ironclads dawned during the American Civil War.

 The keel was laid for the USS Monitor. Built in Greenpoint, Long Island, the Monitor engaged in a famous naval battle with the CSS Merrimack on March 1862 image: .photograph of USS Monitor's crew on deck. Naval History, Us History, Military History, Military Photos, History Channel, American Civil War, American History, Uss Monitor, Us Navy Ships

Adventures of the Blackgang

Gun turret of the ironclad USS Monitor (American Civil War steamship lost at sea, 31 December 1862) Currently undergoing restoration at USS Monitor Center at the Mariners’ Museum in Newport News,...

The first ironclad warship commissioned by the United States Navy, the USS Monitor foundered in the water off Cape Hatteras December 1862 Uss Monitor, American Civil War, American History, Military Honors, Military Men, Military History, North Carolina History, Virginia, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

She Was In Danger Of Swamping

The first ironclad warship commissioned by the United States Navy, the USS Monitor foundered in the water off Cape Hatteras December 30th 1862. The Monitor had just left the Navy Yard in Washington DC after being overhauled, and returned to combat in November 1862. She sailed in the Newport News area throughout November and early December. In late December she was ordered south to be part of the blockade off the Carolinas. On December 29th 1862 the Monitor left Hampton Roads, towed by the…

Anniversary of the USS Monitor: Meet Civil War Naval Heroes Robert Williams and William Bryan Uss Monitor, Civil War Art, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, American Revolution, Military History, Historical Photos, Civilization, Deck

Images of USS Monitor, Civil War Ironclad

Images of the warships USS Monitor and CSS Virginia illustrate how the age of ironclads dawned during the American Civil War.

After 150 years, two USS Monitor sailors were buried Friday. Photo: The USS Monitor, off Cape Hatteras Uss Monitor, Under The Ocean, American Civil War, American History, Shipwreck, Tall Ships, Model Ships, Underwater Photography, Great Lakes

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA and Partners to Conduct Survey of Civil War Ironclad USS Monitor

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Russ Holm - Union Navy USS Monitor Gun Turret - Austin Scale Modelers Society Gallery

Russ Holm - Union Navy USS Monitor Gun Turret - Austin Scale Modelers Society Gallery

Learn more about the historical significance of the Battle of Hampton Roads, the USS Monitor, and the CSS Virginia. Uss Monitor, Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, Ralph Mcquarrie, Norman Rockwell, Tour Eiffel, Us History, American History, Ancient History

Battle of Hampton Roads Facts & Summary

The American Battlefield Trust's Battle of Hampton Roads page includes battle maps, history articles, historical facts, recommended books, web links, and more on this 1862 battle of Civil War ironclads in Virginia.

Monitor Artifacts Credit: U. Naval Historical Center Photograph, Courtesy of Library of Congress Lantern recovered from the ship's wreck site in August It was photographed soon after recovery, before conservation work had begun. History Images, Us History, American Civil War, American History, Early American, Uss Monitor, Naval History, Military History, Mystery Of History

Civil War Shipwreck: Photos of the USS Monitor

Sixteen men were lost when the USS Monitor went down in a storm off Cape Hatteras on Dec. 31, 1862.