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The Brooklyn at the passage of the forts. Commander John Russell Bartlett, U. S. N. Aspect of Fort Jackson in 1885. from the summit of the levee looking South from the River. From February 2d to March 7th, 1862, the United States steamer Brooklyn, Captain Thomas T. Craven, was engaged in blockading Pass a l'outre, one of t
cables along each side, abreast of the engine and
Section of chain armor placed on the side of the Brooklyn to protect her boilers.
From a sketch lent by Commander Bartlett. boilers.
A jack-stay, or iron rod, was fastened by means of eye-bolts to the ship's side about eight feet above the water, and one of the chain-cables in deck since midnight to see that everything about the deck and guns was
The course of the Brooklyn in the passage of the forts.
From a drawing lent by Commander J. R. Bartlett.
B--Brooklyn, and course taken.
M--Manassas ramming the Brooklyn. ready for action, and when the decks were wet down and s