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File:Bataille de la baie de Mobile par Louis Prang (1824-1909).jpg

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English: en:Battle of Mobile Bay
Français : Bataille de la baie de Mobile
Date circa 1884
(29 January 2007 (original upload date))
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia
(Original text : published by Louis Prang & Company)
Author Julian O. Davidson. Original uploader was Carajou at en.wikipedia
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