Terrific Engagement Between the "Monitor" 2 Guns, and "Merrimac" 10 Guns, in Hampton Roads, March 9th 1862.
Terrific Combat Between the "Monitor" 2 Guns & "Merrimac" 10 Guns.
The Union Iron Clad Monitor "Montauk."
The Sinking of the "Cumberland" by the Iron Clad "Merrimac", Off Newport News, Va. March 8th 1862.
The Splendid Naval Triumph on the Mississippi, April 24th 1862.
Admiral Farragut's Fleet Engaging the Rebel Batteries at Port Hudson, March, 14th 1863.
The Battle at Cedar Mountain, Aug. 9th, 1862.
The U.S. Sloop of War "Kearsarge" 7 Guns, Sinking the Pirate "Alabama" 8 Guns
The Great Naval Victory in Mobile Bay, Aug 5th 1864.
Battle of Corinth, Miss. Oct. 4th 1862.
Naval Bombardment of Vera Cruz.
Glorious Charge of Hancock's Division (2nd) of the Army of the Potomac
The Bombardment and Capture of Fort Fisher, N.C., Jany. 15th 1865
Naval Reserves at Fisher's Island.
The Great Victory in the Shenandoah Valley, Va., Sept. 19th 1864.
[Request from U.S. Naval authorities that cities along the Atlantic Seaboard screen out all lights which may reflect on ocean.]
[History ofthe original monitor and original merrimac.]