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Line engraving published in "Harper's Weekly", 1863, depicting USS Monitor sinking in a storm off Cape Hatteras on the night of 30-31 December 1862. A boat is taking off crewmen, and USS Rhode Island is in the background.

  • Removed caption read: Photo # NH 58758     "The Wreck of the Iron-clad 'Monitor'", off Cape Hatteras, 30-31 December 1862


Date 1863
Source United States Naval History and Heritage Command, #: NH 58758
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Author Harper's Magazine
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