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The Harriet Lane is an excellent example of the transition from sail to steam power. The ship was designed and built by William H. Webb in New York in 1857 for the US Revenue Marine. In 1861 she took part in the attempt to relieve the Union forces at Fort Sumter in South Carolina. The Harriet Lane served in the Navy until captured by the confederates in 1863. She was lost off the coast of Brazil in 1884.
Scale is 1/8” = 1′. Solid hull.
Dimensions – 8” W x 22 1/2” L x 13 1/2” H
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