A classic image from Zazzle's extensive collection of historic American Civil War photographs and lithographs. This commemorative card features a reproduction of a watercolor done by Navy Ensign D.M.N. Stouffer in 1864, of two ironclad ships. The Alexandria was built in Louisiana in 1862. She was captured in July 1863, and placed in federal service. The General Sterling Price was a wooden steamer built in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1856. The vessel first served as a Confederate ram. She was then assigned to the Mississippi Squadron. She served briefly as Admiral Porter's flagship during the Red River Campaign of 1864.
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