Model Of The Ship Of The Line USS Vermont

Seventy four-gun model. The original ship was designed by William Doughty, built at the Boston Navy Yard from 1818-1848, and launched September 14, 1848. Read more »

Description (physical):

Scale of model: 1/4" to 1'. Original ship dimensions: Length 196' 3"; Moulded Beam 53' 6"; Depth of Hold 21' 7"; Displacement 2,633 tons.

Location:
805 Kidder Breese Street SE,District of Columbia,Washington,20374
Identifier:
2011.0672.0001
Institution:
National Museum of the U.S. Navy

Gate 1 Drawing

A drawing of the front gate of the Charlestown Navy Yard (now known as the Boston Navy Yard), which was in operation from 1801 to 1974. The Navy Yard now forms a part of the Boston National Historical Park. The USS Constitution is currently anchored there.

Location:
Charlestown Navy Yard Boston, MA 02129
Identifier:
2010.0001.0001
Institution:
Boston National Historical Park

Gate 1 Photograph

A photograph of the front gate of the Charlestown Navy Yard (now known as the Boston Navy Yard), which was in operation from 1801 to 1974. The Navy Yard now forms a part of the Boston National Historical Park. The USS Constitution is currently anchored there.

Location:
Charlestown Navy Yard Boston, MA 02129
Identifier:
2010.0001.0002
Institution:
Boston National Historical Park

Main Entrance, West

Date:
August 10, 1899

A photograph of the front gate of the Charlestown Navy Yard (now known as the Boston Navy Yard), which was in operation from 1801 to 1974. The Navy Yard now forms a part of the Boston National Historical Park. The USS Constitution is currently anchored there.

Location:
Charlestown Navy Yard Boston, MA 02129
Identifier:
2010.0001.0003
Institution:
Boston National Historical Park