Connecticut Courant Supplement-1833

Date:
January 1833

Supplement to the Connecticut Courant, Vol. III, January 8, 1833, No. 21. Contains a report from USF Constellation, then patrolling the Mediterranean Sea, dated 9/22/1832. Article discusses various ports of call in Turkey including Smyrna and Constantinople.

Description (physical):

8 pages, 8.5"x5.5"

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG1-1.1
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

Divisional Course Of Instruction, Us Gunnery Practice Ship Constellation

Date:
February 14, 1905

Divisional Course of Instruction: US Gunnery Practive Ship Constellation. US Government Printing Office, 1872. Small red book outlines the course of instruction for gunnery as taught aboard USS Constellation. Sections include working the gun, targeting, and firing for prizes.

Description (physical):

3.5"x5", 31 pages

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG3-1.09
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

The Continental Monthly: Devoted To Literature And National Policy, Number 18

Date:
June 1863

Issue of "The Continental Monthly: Devoted to Literature and National Policy", June 1863, Number 18. Published by John F. Trow of New York. Price 25 cents. Articles include: The Value of the Union by William H. Muller, A Merchant's Story by Edmund Kirke, May Morning, The Navy of the United States, Three Modern Romances, Mill on Liberty by Hon. F.P. Stanton, Cloud and Sunshine, Is there Anything in It?, The Confederation and the Nation by Edward Carey, Reason, Rhyme and Rhythm by Mrs. Martha Walker, The Buccaneers of America by William L. Stone, Virginia, Visit to the National Academy, Was He Successful? by Richard B. Kimball, How Mr. Lincoln Became an Abolitionist by S.B. Gookins, Cost of a Trip to Europe and how to go Cheaply, Touching the Soul by 1st Lt. Egbert Phelps, Literary Notices, and Editor's Table.

Description (physical):

125 pages, 9.5x6.125

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG2-1.5
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

Nts-newport Christmas Card-1915-1930

Date:
1915-1930

NTS-Newport Christmas Card, with photograph of USS Constellation on the front. 3/4 port bow view of the ship, circa 1915-1930. Text on front reads "With sincere wishes for a/very Merry Christmas and a/Happy New Year". In lower right, "Naval Training Station, Newport, R.I." In lower left there is a small line drawing of a Christmas tree. Reverse is blank.

Description (physical):

5.5"x4.25"

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG4-1.25
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

Summer Training Cruise Logbook Of Midn. Alexander R. Mitchell-1873

Date:
February 15, 1905
Creator:
Midshipman Alexander R. Mitchell

Logbook of Midshipman Alexander R. Mitchell, from the 1873 summer training cruise aboard USS Constellation. Book provides navigational information as well as daily summaries of weather, activities, and drills. Logbook has red and blue patterned paperboard covers, with a leather binding and corner reinforcements. Remenents of a label are visible on the cover. The letters "R. M" and "U.S.S." are visible. 230 pages.

Description (physical):

230 pages, 10.5 x 8 x 0.75

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG3-1.10
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

Constellation Authenticated By Navy As Ship Launched 165 Years Ago-evening Sun-2/15/1963

Date:
February 15, 1963
Creator:
Francis Rackemann

Article from The Evening (Baltimore) Sun, dated 2/15/1963 with headline "Constellation Authenticated By Navy As Ship Launched 165 Years Ago." The article discusses the Navy's investigation of the ship's past and incorrectly asserts that the vessel is in fact the 1797 frigate.

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG5-1.04
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

Sons Of The American Revolution Magazine-october 1957

Date:
October 1, 1957

Sons of the American Revolution Magazine, October 1957, Volume LII, Number 2. Article on Page 4 titled, "Famous Old Ship "Constellation" to be Restored and Preserved as National Monument."

Description (physical):

8.5 x 11

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG5-1.05
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

Sons Of The American Revolution Magazine-october 1968

Date:
October 1, 1968

Sons of the American Revolution Magazine, October 1968, Volume LXIII, Number 2. Article, Page 5 entitled, "A Brief History of the Constellation." This article is a composite history of the frigate and sloop.

Description (physical):

8.5" x 11"

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG5-1.06
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

London Illustrated Times-5/1/1880

Date:
5/1/1880

Page 437 from the Illustrated London Times, May 1, 1880. Top of page features and engraving of USS Constellation at anchor in Cork Harbor. An related article is featured below, which discusses the distribution of the famine relief supplies, as well as lists the officers of the ship. Article continues over to the next page.

Description (physical):

15.75x10.375

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
2004.15.04
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum

United States Frigate Constellation: Welcome Aboard The Oldest Ship Of The U.s. Navy, Flagship Of The Bicentennial-1976

Date:
c. 1976

Pamphlet entitled "United States Frigate Constellation: Welcome Aboard the Oldest Ship of the U.S. Navy, Flagship of the Bicentennial Launched September 7, 1797." Cover features image of USS Constellation (1854) in Baltimore in 1914. Interior contains a composite history of the frigate and sloop, map of the Lesser Antilles, timeline, typical weekly ration, and a membership application. Brochure unfolds and opens to show a cutaway drawing of the ship by R.A. Jones.

Description (physical):

21.75"x17" unfolded. 5.5"x8.5" folded

Location:
301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Identifier:
RG5-1.07
Institution:
USS Constellation Museum