CSS Muscogee (1864-1865).
Also known as CSS Jackson
CSS Muscogee , an ironclad ram screw steamer, was built at Columbus, Georgia, beginning in late 1862. She was launched in December 1864, but was not completed. In April 1865, Muscogee (or Jackson , as she was also called) was burned on the Chattahoochee River by Union Army forces. Her remains were recovered during the 1960s and placed on exhibit at Columbus.
Confederate Ironclad Ram
Photographed soon after her launching at Columbus, Georgia, circa December 1864. She was not completed and was destroyed in April 1865
Ship's hull on exhibit at the Confederate Naval Museum, Columbus, Georgia, circa the middle 1960s.
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