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List of Military Stores Ordered to be Transported to Boston for the Frigate Constitution, 1797-1798
William Bainbridge’s Account of the Engagement with HMS Java
Letter from Charles Stewart to William Tudor, Jr., May 22, 1815
Certificate Presenting the Congressional Gold Medal to William Bainbridge
Letter from Isaac Hull to John Rodgers, September 2, 1812
Admission Ticket and Invitation to a Dinner in Honor of Isaac Hull
Letter from Rachel Bradford to Elias Boudinot, September 26, 1797
Four Flag Fragments from U.S. Navy War of 1812 Victories
Letter from William Sharp Bush to Jabez Caldwell, June 5, 1810
Letter from William Sharp Bush to Jabez Caldwell, March 5, 1811
Brilliant Naval Victory
Letter from William Bainbridge to George Harrison, October 28, 1817
Diagram of Battle between USS Constitution and HMS Java
National Cruise Scrapbook
Letter from William Bainbridge to John Brooks, June 13, 1814
Letter from John Marshall to William Phillips, April 10, 1813
Admission Ticket and Signed Subscription Statement for the Naval Dinner for William Bainbridge
Letter from John Cushing Aylwin to William Aylwin, June 12, 1812
Joseph Severe Emile Beland’s National Cruise Scrapbook
Collection of Isaac Hull Papers, 1791-1962
Biographical Sketch and Services of Commodore Charles Stewart, of the Navy of the United States
Letter from Isaac Hull to Paul Hamilton, July 21, 1812
Letter from Paul Hamilton to Thomas Chew, May 19, 1812
Constitution vs. Java
Letter from Paul Hamilton to Isaac Hull, July 27, 1810
A letter to Wm. Wilberforce, Esq. M. P. on the subject of impressment; calling on him and the philanthropists of this country to prove those feelings of sensibility they expressed in the cause of humanity on negro slavery, by acting with the same ardour and zeal in the cause of the British seamen
Hull’s Victory: or, Huzza for the Constitution.
Wooden Quill Pen and Letter from Samuel A. Allen to John McCarty, June 17, 1862
Seaman’s Protection Certificate for James Reed, Jr., December 21, 1814
The War, September 5, 1812