CSS Raliegh (1861)

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CSS Raleigh was originally a small, iron-hulled, propeller-driven towing steamer operating on the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal. She was taken over by the State of North Carolina in May 1861, and transferred to the Confederate States the following July.

Her commanding officer during 1861–1862 was Lieutenant Joseph W. Alexander. Her entire service was in coastal waters of North Carolina and Virginia and in the James River as part of the James River Squadron.

Raleigh, renamed Roanoke near the end of the war, was destroyed by the Confederates on April 4, 1865 to prevent capture upon the evacuation of Richmond, Virginia.

This commercial use pack contains 3 full size tubes of this historic vessal for use in digital scrap kits and projects.  Each tube is saved to 300 DPI. Make it perfect for both web and print use.

CU/PU/S4H/S4O okay.

 


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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 14 July, 2017.

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