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By: WAR of 1812, William H. Eisele With the ineffectiveness of the U.S. Navy’s gunboat class, Congress authorized the construction of two new 16-18 gun...

By: William H. Eisele - The 18-gun brig Syren was designed by Benjamin Hutton, Jr. and built by Nathanial Hutton at Philadelphia. She was launched...

By: William H. Eisele (1923 - 2000) This replica of the 82’ vessel shown with its minimal armament typical of small merchantman having six four...

By: William H. Eisele British 4th-rate ship of 52 gun, built at Deptford, England in 1686 by John Shish. She was 128’ in length on...

By: William H. Eisele - Beautiful ivory model depicts this well designed British 12-gun ketch, built at Chatham Dockyard and launched on October 21, 1752...

By: William H. Eisele This 8-gun American-built schooner of 1767 was built to a "Marblehead" design, similar to the so-called "heeltapper." Solid cherry hull planked-over...

By: William H. Eisele 86’ Baltimore clipper of 9 guns, built at Washington Navy Yard in 1821 to suppress piracy in the West Indies. Model...

By: William H. Eisele - Halifax was believed to be built in the American Colonies and was purchased by the British in 1768 and altered...

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By: William H. Eisele Represents the 14-gun brig described as a Bermuda-built vessel, meaning either made in Bermuda or to Bermuda-sloop lines, about 1776, and...

By: William H. Eisele Chinese Junk - Luhu Rice Boat c. 1875 This rice boat junk is called after a town on the Tienshan Lake...

By: William H. Eisele - A fine 18th century British 10-gun naval brig originally built at Deptford Dockyard, 1752.  Constructed on the plank-on built-up frame...