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Civil War Naval Print Kearsarge Forward Gun Poster
The Eleven Inch Forward Pivot Gun on the Kearsarge in Action against the Alabama. Cherbourg, France, June 19, 1864. by J. O. Davidson, engraving by J.W. Evans.

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