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USS Pensacola (1859)1USS Pensacola (1859)1011859-1912a screw steamer that served in the United States Navy during the U.S. Civil WarWikipedia1
USS Powhatan (1850)1USS Powhatan (1850)951850-1887a sidewheel steam frigate in the USN during the Civil War
Named for: Chief Emporer Wahonsonacock Powhatan
Wikipedia1
USS Hartford (1858)1USS Hartford (1858)931858-1926a sloop-of-war, steamer of the USN, the flagship of David FarragutWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Wabash1USS Wabash931854-1912a steam screw frigate of the United States Navy that served during the American Civil WarWikipedia1
USS Colorado (1856)1USS Colorado (1856)921856-1885a three-masted steam screw frigate, launched by the Norfolk Navy YardWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Franklin (1864)1USS Franklin (1864)921854-1915a USN screw frigate, laid down at the Portsmouth Navy Yard in MaineWikipedia1
USS Minnesota (1855)1USS Minnesota (1855)881855-1901a wooden steam frigate in the USN, served in east Asia for two years and in the Civil WarWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Independence (1814)1USS Independence (1814)871814-1913a wooden-hulled, three-masted ship, originally a ship of the line and the first to be commissioned by the United States Navy.Wikipedia1
USS Constitution1USS Constitution841794-1936a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the USN, the oldest commissioned naval vessel afloatWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Lancaster1USS Lancaster831858-1933a screw sloop-of-war in the United States Navy during the American Civil War through the Spanish-American WarWikipedia1
USS Richmond (1860)1USS Richmond (1860)811860-1919a wooden steam sloop in the United States Navy during the American Civil War.Wikipedia1
USS Constellation (1854)1USS Constellation (1854)791853-1955a sloop-of-war, the last sail-only warship designed and built by the United States NavyWikipedia1
USS Marion1USS Marion711839-1897a sloop-of-war of the third rate in the Union Navy during the American Civil War launched at the Boston Navy Yard on 24 April 1839Wikipedia1
USS Portsmouth (1843)1USS Portsmouth (1843)711843-1915a wooden sloop-of-war in the USN in service during the mid-to-late 19th centuryWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Constellation (1797)1USS Constellation (1797)691793-1853a 38-gun frigate, one of the six original frigates authorized for construction by the Naval Act of 1794Wikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Michigan1USS Michigan661842-1949USS Michigan was the United States Navy's first iron-hulled warship, and operated on the Great Lakes out throughout her careerWikipedia1
USS Saratoga (1842)1USS Saratoga (1842)601842-1907a sloop-of-warWikipedia1
USS Kearsarge1USS Kearsarge591861-1894a Mohican-class sloop-of-warWikipedia1
USS Jamestown1USS Jamestown581844-1913a sloop-of-war in the United States Navy during the Mexican-American War and the American Civil WarWikipedia1
USS John Adams581799-1865a frigate for the USN
Named for: President John Adams Jr.
Wikipedia1
USS Tennessee (1865)1USS Tennessee (1865)571865-1886originally USS Madawaska, was a screw frigate built of wood at the New York Navy Yard in Brooklyn, New YorkWikipedia1
USS Saranac (1848)1USS Saranac (1848)561847-1875a sloop of war of the USN, service protecting American interests in the Atlantic and Pacific OceansWikipedia1
USS Trenton1USS Trenton561875-1891a wooden-hulled screw steamer in the United States Navy, named for Trenton, New JerseyWikipedia1
USS Brooklyn (1858)1USS Brooklyn (1858)551857-1889a sloop-of-war active in Caribbean operations until the start of the Civil War, in the Union blockadeWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Monocacy (1864)1USS Monocacy (1864)541865-1903a sidewheel gunboat in the United States NavyWikipedia1
USS Monongahela1USS Monongahela531862-1908a barkentine–rigged screw sloop-of-war that served in the Union Navy during the American Civil War and later as a storeship and schoolshipWikipedia1
USS Juniata1USS Juniata521862-1891a sloop of war in the United States Navy during the American Civil War.Wikipedia1
USS Vermont (1848)511816-1901
USS Alert (AS4)501873-1922
USS Brandywine (1825)1USS Brandywine (1825)501821-1864formerly named Susquehanna, was a wooden-hulled, three-masted frigate of the USNWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Sabine (1855)1USS Sabine (1855)501855-1883a sailing frigate built by the USNWikipedia1
USS Alliance (1875)1USS Alliance (1875)481875-1911a screw gunboat that was in service from 1877–1911 with the United States Navy.Wikipedia1
USS Iroquois (1859)1USS Iroquois (1859)481859-1910a sloop of war in the USN during the Civil War.Wikipedia1
USS Yantic1USS Yantic481864-1929a wooden-hulled screw gunboat built at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, was launched on 19 March 1864Wikipedia1
USS Cyane (1837)1USS Cyane (1837)461837-1871a sloop-of-war in the United States Navy during the Mexican-American War.Wikipedia1
USS New Hampshire (1864)1USS New Hampshire (1864)461864-1921a 2,633-ton ship originally designed to be the 74-gun ship, later renamed to USS Granite StateWikipedia1
USS Ossipee (1861)1USS Ossipee (1861)451861-1891a wooden, screw sloop of war in the Union Navy during the Civil WarWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Tuscarora1USS Tuscarora451861-1883a sloop of war in the United States Navy during the American Civil War.Wikipedia1
USS Wachusett (1861)1USS Wachusett (1861)451861-1887a large steam sloop-of-war that served the USN during the Civil War, part of the Union blockadeWikipedia1
USS Lackawanna1USS Lackawanna441862-1887a screw sloop-of-war in the Union Navy during the American Civil War, named after the Lackawanna River in PennsylvaniaWikipedia1
USS Potomac (1822)1USS Potomac (1822)441822-1877a frigate in the United States Navy laid down by the Washington Navy Yard in August 1819 and launched in March 1822Wikipedia1
USS St Louis (1828)1USS St Louis (1828)441828-1906Wikipedia1
USS Ohio (1820)1USS Ohio (1820)431820-1875a ship of the line of the US Navy. launched in 1820Wikipedia1
USS Vincennes (1826)411825-1867Wikipedia1
USS Essex (1874)1USS Essex (1874)391873-1930a wooden screw steamer, commissioned at the Boston Navy YardWikipedia1
USS Nipsic391863-1915Wikipedia1
USS North Carolina (1820)1USS North Carolina (1820)391816-1867a 74-gun ship of the line in the USNWikipedia1
USS Vandalia (1876)391872-1889a screw sloop-of-war in the United States Navy. She was laid down at the Massachusetts Boston Navy Yard in 1872Wikipedia1
USS Plymouth (1867)381867-1884Wikipedia1
USS Shenandoah (1862)381862-1887a wooden screw sloop of the USNWikipedia1
USS Swatara (1873)381873-1896Wikipedia1
USS Dale (1839)1USS Dale (1839)371839-1906a sloop-of-war in the US Navy commissioned 1839. involved in the Mexican-American War, the Civil War, operations along Africa to suppress slave trade
Named for: Richard Dale
Wikipedia1
USS St Marys1USS St Marys371844-1908a sloop-of-war in the United States Navy, built in 1843-44 at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DCWikipedia1
USS United States (1797)1USS United States (1797)371797-1861a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy and the first of the six original frigatesWikipedia1
USS Vandalia (1828)1USS Vandalia (1828)371828-1872an 18-gun sloop-of-war in the USN during the Second Seminole War and the Civil WarWikipedia1
USS Ticonderoga361861-1887Wikipedia1
USS Adams (1874)34
USS Washington (1814)341814-1843a ship of the line of the United States NavyWikipedia1
USS Wyoming (1856)1USS Wyoming (1856)341859-1892a wooden-hulled screw sloop that fought on the Union side during the American Civil War.Wikipedia1
USS Enterprise (1874)331874-1909Wikipedia1
USS Erie1USS Erie321813-1850a three-masted, wooden-hulled sloop-of-war of the United States Navy in the early 19th centuryWikipedia1
USS Ontario (1813)321813-1856a three-masted, wooden-hulled sloop of war in the USNWikipedia1
USS Susquehanna (1850)1USS Susquehanna (1850)321850-1868a sidewheel steam frigate for the USNWikipedia1
USS Alaska (1868)1USS Alaska (1868)311867-1883a wooden-hulled screw sloop of war, built at the Boston Navy YardWikipedia1
USS St Lawrence31
USS Worcester (1866)311866-1883a Contoocook-class bark-rigged screw steam sloop-of-war in the USNWikipedia1
USS Guerriere (1814)1USS Guerriere (1814)301814-1841the first frigate built in the United States since 1801, built at the Philadelphia Navy YardWikipedia1
USS Omaha (1869)1USS Omaha (1869)301867-1891laid down in 1867 by the Philadelphia Navy Yard as Astoria; launched 1869, renamed OmahaWikipedia1
USS Ashuelot29
USS Philadelphia (C4)1USS Philadelphia (C4)291888-1926The fourth USS Philadelphia (C-4) (later IX-24) was the sixth protected cruiser of the United States NavyWikipedia1
USS Ranger29
USS Cumberland28
USS Delaware (1820)281820-1861a 74-gun ship of the line, named for the state of Delaware, was laid down at Norfolk Navy Yard in August 1817Wikipedia1
USS Dolphin (PG24)281884-1921
USS Falmouth28
USS Guerriere (1865)28
USS Baltimore (C3)271888-1922
USS Galena27
USS Mississippi (1841)27
USS Peacock27
USS Tallapoosa27
USS Chicago (1885)26
USS Passaic26
USS Supply (1846)26
USS Columbus (1819)25
USS Frolic (1865)25
USS Germantown251846-1864a sloop-of-war in the USN, later CSS Germantown of the CSNWikipedia1
USS Hornet (1805)25
USS Mohican (1859)241859-1873a steam sloop-of-war in the United States Navy during the American Civil War, named for the Mohican tribeWikipedia1
USS Newark24
USS San Francisco (C5)241889-1939
USS Despatch23
USS Fairfield231828-1845a sloop-of-war in the US Navy, launched 1828 by New York Navy YardWikipedia1
USS Macedonian (1836)23
USS Mohican (1883)23
USS Quinnebaug23
USS San Jacinto (1850)231850-1865an early screw frigate in the USNWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Terror23
USS Boston (1884)22
USS Cincinnati (C7)1USS Cincinnati (C7)221888-1921a protected cruiser and the lead ship of the Cincinnati-class cruiser for the USNWikipedia1
USS Congress (1799)221799-1834Wikipedia1
USS Java22
USS Monterey (BM6)22
USS Olympia1USS Olympia221892-1957a protected cruiser that saw service in the USNWikipedia1
USS Savannah (1842)22
USS Yorktown (PG1)221888-1921
USS Brooklyn (ACR3)211895-1921
USS Canandaigua21
USS Concord (PG3)211888-1929
USS Congress (1841)1USS Congress (1841)211841-1865a sailing frigate, served with distinction in the Mediterranean, South Atlantic, the Pacific, and the Civil WarWikipedia1
USS Dictator21
USS Franklin (1815)21
Named for: Benjamin Franklin
USS Relief21
USC&GS Hassler201870-1895US Coast Survey schooner, the first iron-hulled steamship used in the serviceWikipedia1
USS Congress (1868)20
USS Guard20
USS Miantonomah (BM5)201876-1922
USS Pawnee (1859)1USS Pawnee (1859)201859-1882a sloop-of-war in the USN during the Civil WarWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Roanoke (1855)1USS Roanoke (1855)201854-1882a wooden-hulled Merrimack-class screw frigate built for the USN, flagship of the Home Squadron in the late 1850sWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Shark (1821)20
USS Texas (1892)20
USS Warren (1827)20
Named for: Joseph Warren
USS Atlanta (1884)19
USS Onward19
USS Petrel (PG2)191889-1920
USS Detroit (C10)18
USS Narragansett18
USS New York (ACR2)181893-1938
USS Palos18
USS Dacotah17
USS Gettysburg17
USS Indiana17
USS Macedonian (1812)171812-1834a 38-gun sailing frigate, originally HMS Macedonian of the Royal Navy, captured, rebuilt in 1836Wikipedia1
USS Montauk17
USC&GS Bache16
Named for: Alexander Dallas Bache
USC&GS Blake1USC&GS Blake161874-1905The George S. Blake, a U.S. Fish Commission steamer for deep ocean explorationWikipedia1
USC&GS Gedney1USC&GS Gedney161875-1915The Thomas R. Gedney, a survey ship in service in the United States Coast SurveyWikipedia1
USS Boston (1825)16
USS Kentucky16
USS Lexington (1825)1USS Lexington (1825)161825-1860a sloop in the USN built at the New York Navy Yard in BrooklynWikipedia1Findagrave1
USS Massachusetts (BB2)161893-1919
USS Niagara (1855)16
USS Thetis16
USS Canonicus15
USS Columbia (1836)15
USS Kansas15
USS Kearsarge (BB5)151898-1955
USS Minneapolis (C13)1USS Minneapolis (C13)151891-1921a USN Columbia-class protected cruiserWikipedia1
USS New Ironsides15
USS Oregon15
USS Plymouth (1843)15
USS Prairie (AD5)15
USS Preble (1839)15
USS Raleigh (C8)1USS Raleigh (C8)151892-1921a United States Navy protected cruiser of the Cincinnati class, commissioned in 1894 and in periodic service until 1919Wikipedia1
USS Benicia14
USS Bennington14
USS Cyane (1815)141815-1836Wikipedia1
USS Idaho14
USS California (1867)13
USS Charleston (C2)1USS Charleston (C2)131887-1899a USN protected cruiserWikipedia1
USS Grampus (1821)1USS Grampus (1821)131821-1843a schooner in the USN, built at the Washington Navy YardWikipedia1
USS Iowa (BB4)13
USS Levant13
USS Mahopac13
USS Pinta13
USS Saco13
USS Seminole13
USS Severn13
USS Swatara (1865)131865-1871a wooden, screw sloop in the United States NavyWikipedia1
USS Wasp (1865)13
USS Water Witch13
USS Wyandotte13
USS Catskill12
USS Columbia (C12)1USS Columbia (C12)121890-1922a protected cruiser in the USNWikipedia1
USS Monadnock (BM3)121883-1923
USS Montgomery (C9)12
USS Natchez12
USS Porpoise (1820)121820-1833Wikipedia1
USS Saugus12
USC&GS Eagre1USC&GS Eagre111875-1910a survey ship of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, originally the yacht MohawkWikipedia1
USC&GS Patterson11
USS Albatross (1882)11
USS Alleghany11
USS Bainbridge (1842)11
Named for: William Bainbridge
USS Dolphin (1821)111821-1835
USS Fulton (1837)1USS Fulton (1837)111837-1862a steamer that served the USN
Named for: Robert Fulton
Wikipedia1
USS Marblehead (1861)11
USS Mayflower (1866)11
USS Rhode Island11
USS Shawmut11
USS Vesuvius11
USS Ajax (1869)10
USS Alabama (BB8)101898-1921
USS Buffalo (1892)10
USS Dolphin (1836)10
USS Fortune10
USS Huron10
USS Intrepid10
USS Merrimac10
USS Minnesota (BB22)101905-1923
USS Perry (1843)101843-1865a brig commissioned by the USN, tasked for various missions, including those related to diplomatic tensions with Paraguay, the Mexican-American War, the slave trade, and the Civil WarWikipedia1
USS Piscataqua (1866)10
USS Resaca10
USS Sacramento10
CSS Georgia9
CSS Patrick Henry9
Named for: Governer Patrick Henry
CSS Virginia1CSS Virginia91861-1862the first steam-powered ironclad warship built by the CSNWikipedia1Findagrave1
USC&GS McArthur9
USS Alarm9
USS Atlanta9
USS Concord (1828)9
USS Connecticut (BB18)1USS Connecticut (BB18)91902-1923the lead ship of her class of six battleshipsWikipedia1
USS Enterprise (1799)9
USS Kansas (BB21)91905-1923
USS Miantonomah (1863)9
USS Porpoise (1836)9
USS Puritan9
USS Wisconsin (BB9)91898-1922
CSS Chattahoochee8
CSS Richmond8
USS Amphitrite8
USS Arkansas (BM7)81900-1919
USS Augusta8
USS Celtic8
USS Cleveland (C19)1USS Cleveland (C19)81889-1929a USN Denver-class protected cruiserWikipedia1
USS Crusader8
USS Decatur8
Named for: Stephen Decatur
USS Dixie (1893)8
USS Lehigh8
USS Machias8
USS Manhattan8
USS Mohongo8
USS Nebraska (BB14)81904-1923
USS North Dakota (BB29)81908-1931
USS Oneida (1861)81861-1870a screw sloop-of-war in the USN, served in blockade operations, and in the Asiatic SquadronWikipedia1
USS Osceola8
USS Penobscot8
USS Raritan8
USS Virginia (BB13)81904-1923
CSS Louisiana7
CSS Virginia II7
Nyack7
USC&GS Endeavor7
USS Alert (1812)7
USS Annapolis7
USS Aroostook (1861)7
USS Bancroft7
USS Boxer (1832)7
USS Castine7
USS Contocook7
USS De Soto7
USS Delaware (1866)7
USS Florida (BM9)71901-1922
USS Hudson7
USS Katahdin7
USS Maine (1895)1USS Maine (1895)71888-1898an American naval ship that sank in Havana Harbor during the Cuban revolt against SpainWikipedia1
USS Marblehead (C11)71892-1921
USS Maryland (ACR8)71903-1930
USS Massachusetts7
USS Missouri (BB11)71901-1922
USS Nantucket7
USS New Hampshire (BB25)71906-1923
USS New Jersey (BB16)71904-1923
USS Nonsuch7
USS Princeton (1851)7
USS Quaker City7
USS Unadilla7
USS Wateree7
USS Wilmington7
USS Yankee7
CSS United States6
USS Anacostia6
USS Chattanooga (1864)6
USS Cushing6
Named for: William Barker Cushing
USS Fern (1871)6
USS Illinois6
USS Maine (BB10)61901-1922
USS Marietta6
USS Memphis6
USS Metacomet6
USS Nahant6
USS Nantasket6
USS Pennsylvania6
USS Pocahontas (1852)1USS Pocahontas (1852)61852-1865a screw steamer built at Medford, MA as City of Boston, and purchased by the Navy
Named for: Pocahontas Amonute Matoaka "Lady Rebecca" Powhatan
Wikipedia1
USS Sangamon6
USS Santee6
USS Solace6
USS Spark (1813)6
USS Tacoma6
USS Tacony6
USS Vermont (BB20)61905-1923
USS Wyoming (BM32)6
CSS Sumter1CSS Sumter51859-1867a bark-rigged screw steam cruiser and blockade runnerWikipedia1
HMS Bonaventure5
USC&GS Palinurus5
USC&GS Ready5
USS Albany (1846)5
USS Albany (1869)51864-1870originally USS Contoocook, a screw sloop-of-war built for the USN during the Civil WarWikipedia1
USS Bienville5
USS Chattanooga (C16)5
USS Eagle5
USS Florida (1850)51861-1867a sidewheel steamer in the USNWikipedia1
USS Helena (PG9)5
USS Housatonic5
USS Kennebec5
USS Mayflower (PY1)51896-1931
USS Nashville5
USS New Orleans (CL22)1USS New Orleans (CL22)51896-1930a USN protected cruiser of the New Orleans classWikipedia1
USS Ohio (BB12)51901-1922
USS Paul Jones5
USS President (1800)1USS President (1800)51794-1818a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the USN, nominally rated at 44 gunsWikipedia1
USS Prometheus5
USS Release5
USS Sonoma5
USS South Carolina (BB26)51908-1924
USS Speedwell5
USS St Louis5
USS St Louis (C20)51905-1930
USS Topeka5
USS Vanderbilt5
Named for: Cornelius Vanderbilt
USS Wampanoag5
USS Wheeling5
USS Yorktown (1839)5
Bureau of Navigation4
CSS Florida4
CSS Nashville4
HMS Antelope (1613)4
HMS Garland4
HMS Lion4
HMS Revenge4
USC&GS Silliman4
USS Agawam1USS Agawam41862-1867a double-ended, side-wheel gunboat of the USN that served during the Civil WarWikipedia1
USS Boxer (1815)4
USS Charleston (C22)41904-1923
USS Chocura4
USS Cimarron4
USS Colorado (ACR7)41901-1930
USS Conemaugh4
USS Corwin4
USS Enterprise (1831)4
USS Fishhawk4
USS Fort Jackson4
USS Fredonia4
USS Hetzel4
USS John P. Kennedy4
Named for: John Pendleton Kennedy
USS Mahaska4
USS Maumee4
USS Neptune4
USS New Orleans4
USS Newport (PG12)4
USS Ottawa4
USS Pontiac4
USS Proteus4
USS Rhode Island (BB17)41904-1923
USS Rio Bravo4
USS Saginaw4
USS Sciota4
USS Scourge4
USS Seneca4
USS Shamrock4
USS Supply (1872)4
USS Suwanee (1864)4
USS Truxtun4
Named for: Thomas Truxton
USS Utah4
USS Washington (ACR11)41905-1946
USS Winona4
CSS Alabama1CSS Alabama31862-1864a screw sloop-of-war built for the Confederate States Navy at Birkenhead, EnglandWikipedia1Findagrave1
CSS Baltic3
CSS North Carolina3
CSS Rappahannock3
CSS Savannah3
CSS Shenandoah1CSS Shenandoah31863-1865formerly Sea King, was an iron-framed, teak-planked, full-rigged shipWikipedia1
HMS Antelope3
HMS Happy Entrance3
HMS Vanguard3
Lenapee3
Pontoosuc3
Santiago de Cuba3
Standish3
USS Albany (CL23)31899-1929
USS America3
USS Arago3
USS Black Hawk (1848)3
USS California (ACR6)31904-1918
USS Chenango3
USS Chesapeake (1799)3
USS Chippewa (1815)3
USS Connecticut3
USS Decatur (DD5)31900-1919
USS Delaware (BB28)1USS Delaware (BB28)31907-1923a dreadnought battleship of the USN, the lead ship of her class, laid down at Newport News ShipbuildingWikipedia1
USS Drift3
USS Experiment (1832)3
USS Flirt3
USS Florida (BM30)3
USS Gem of The Sea3
USS Georgia (BB15)31904-1923
USS Hendrick Hudson3
USS Hist3
USS Idaho (BB24)31905-1914
USS Kanawha3
USS Keystone State3
USS Kineo3
USS Lawrence (1843)31843-1846
Named for: James Lawrence
Wikipedia1
USS Legare3
USS Lexington (1861)3
USS Louisiana (BB19)31904-1923
USS Massachusetts (1845)3
USS Mississippi (BB23)31905-1914
USS Monadnock (1864)3
USS Montana (ACR13)31905-1930
USS Mystic3
USS Nautilus (1838)3
USS New York (BB34)1USS New York (BB34)31912-1948a USN battleship, the lead ship of her classWikipedia1
USS Octorara3
USS Patapsco3
USS Pembina3
USS Pennsylvania (ACR4)3
USS Purveyor3
USS Resolute3
USS Somers (1842)3
USS Southampton3
USS Spitfire (1814)3
USS St Paul3
USS Tahoma3
USS Tennessee (ACR10)31904-1916
USS Tioga3
USS Vicksburg (PG11)3
USS Villalobos3
USS Vixen (1846)3
USS Washington3
USS Weehawken3
USS Westernport3
USS Yankton3
Winooski3
Bibb2
Board of Examiners2
Bureau of Provisions and Clothing2
CSS Arkansas2
CSS Chicora2
CSS Coquette2
CSS Fredericksburg2
CSS Gaines2
CSS Jamestown21853-1862originally a side-wheel, passenger steamer, seized at Richmond, VA in 1861 for the Virginia Navy during the early days of the Civil WarWikipedia1
CSS Macon2
CSS Neuse2
CSS Palmetto State2
CSS Raleigh2
CSS Roanoke2
CSS Sampson2
CSS St Nicholas2
CSS Stonewall2
CSS Tallahassee1CSS Tallahassee21864-1866a twin-screw steamer and cruiser in the CSN, purchased in 1864, and used for commerce raiding off the Atlantic coastWikipedia1
CSS Tennessee2
CSS Tuscaloosa2
Earnest2
Firebrand2
Flag2
HMS Adventure2
HMS Defiance2
HMS Mary Rose (1623)2
Named for: Mary Tudor Queen of France
HMS Merhonor2
HMS Monck (1660)2
Named for: George Monck
HMS Rainbow (1586)2
HMS Repulse2
Malvern2
Mendota2
Onondaga2
Shamokin2
Tramonata (1586)2
USS Alligator (1820)2
USS Asp2
USS Badger2
USS Barry2
USS Bear2
USS Birmingham (CL2)2
USS Boston2
USS Caledonia (1858)2
USS California (BB44)2
USS Cambridge2
USS Cayuga2
USS Choctaw2
USS Cincinnati (1861)2
USS Don2
USS Elk2
USS Epervier2
USS Essex (1856)2
USS Flambeau2
USS Frolic (1892)2
USS Fulton (1816)21815-1829
Named for: Robert Fulton
USS Glasgow2
USS Gloucester2
USS Harriet Lane2
Named for: Harriet Rebecca Lane
USS Hunchback2
USS Isla De Cuba2
USS James Adger-185121851-1865a sidewheel steamer in the USN during the Civil WarWikipedia1
USS Jarvis2
USS Lawrence (1813)21813-1815
Named for: James Lawrence
Wikipedia1
USS Leonidas2
USS M. W. Chapin2
USS Mattabesett2
USS McDonough2
USS Miami2
USS Missouri (1841)2
USS Mohawk2
USS Monitor21861-1862an iron-hulled steamship during the Civil War, the first ironclad warship commissioned by the Union NavyWikipedia1
USS Monticello2
USS Morse2
USS Muscoota2
USS Nereus2
USS Nevada (BM8)2
USS New London2
USS New York2
USS Nina2
USS Norfolk2
USS North Carolina (ACR12)21905-1930
USS Oklahoma2
USS Osage2
USS Paducah2
USS Panther2
USS Pennsylvania (BB38)2
USS Petrel (1846)2
USS Pinola2
USS Port Royal2
USS Princeton (1843)2
USS R. R. Cuyler2
USS Rainbow2
USS Salem (CL3)21907-1930
USS Scoresby2
USS Sebago2
USS Selma2
USS Shawnee2
USS Smith2
USS Somerset2
USS South Carolina2
USS Southern Star2
USS State Of Georgia2
USS Sumter2
USS Suwanee (1897)2
USS Sylph2
USS Tallahassee (BM9)21901-1922
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