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" Young Sailors " 

" Young Sailors " 

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manfromjapan:

One of the four “black ships” from Commodore Perry’s squadron entering Tokyo Bay.

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" Matelot "  …  Definition:  A Sailor

 Origin:  Mid 19th century (nautical slang): from French, variant of matenot, from Middle Dutch mattenoot ’bed companion’, because sailors had to share hammocks in twos

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" The Father of the Modern Submarine "  … John Philip Holland [1840 -1914], Irish Engineer who designed the first submarines for the US Navy and the Royal Navy.

" The Father of the Modern Submarine "  … John Philip Holland [1840 -1914], Irish Engineer who designed the first submarines for the US Navy and the Royal Navy.

(Source: Wikipedia)

" Russian Subs — Abandoned "  …  Near Alexandrovsk-Sakhalinsky, Russia

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" Navy Frigate — Jylland "  ….  Museum ship in Denmark, built in 1860.

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" Young German Sailor " 

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" US Frigate Congress — Rio de Janeiro "  ….  [Circa 1852]  

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" NRP Sagres — Pierside At Night “  …  Portuguese Naval Training Ship

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navyhistory:

On 20 May 1844 United States Frigate Constitution sailed from New York to begin a 32,279 mile round the world cruise. This painting of Constitution under sail is by Marshall Johnson, circa 1843-46. NHHC image KN 10996.

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" Ship Model — Fragata Dom Fernando "  ….  Ship Model, Museu de Marinha, Lisbon, Portugal

More info about this Frigate:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dom_Fernando_II_e_Gl%C3%B3ria 

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" Navy Week — 1938 "

" Navy Week — 1938 "

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USS Chesapeake “  …  Artist:  F. Muller  …..  One of the U.S. Navy’s original “Six Frigates, having been built at the Gosport Shipyard, U.S. Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va and commissioned on 22 May 1800.

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navyhistory:

On 22 December 1841 USS Mississippi, the first U.S. ocean-going side-wheel steam warship, was commissioned at Philadelphia. This 1895 drawing by Clary Ray depicts Mississippi during the Civil War. NHHC image NH 60655.

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