The Neosho-class monitors were a pair of ironclad river monitors laid down in the summer of 1862. After completion in mid-1863, both ships spent time patrolling the Mississippi River against Confederate raids and ambushes as part of Rear Admiral David Porter's Mississippi Squadron. Both ships participated in the Red River Campaign in March–May 1864, although Osage supported the capture of Fort DeRussy in March and participated in the Battle of Blair's Landing in April. Osage was grounded on a sandbar for six months after the end of the campaign while Neosho resumed her patrols on the Mississippi. The latter ship supported the Union Army's operations on the Cumberland River and provided fire support during the Battle of Nashville in December.

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  • Мониторы типа «Неошо» (англ. Neosho-class) — два речных монитора, приводимых в движение гребными колёсами, построенные для флота США во время Гражданской войны в Америке. Первые мониторы, построенные инженером Джеймсом Идсом для действий на реке Миссисипи. Принимали участие во многих кампаниях; «Осаги» участвовал в боях под Мобайлом, где и погиб, подорвавшись на мине. «Неошо» списан в 1873 году. (ru)
  • The Neosho-class monitors were a pair of ironclad river monitors laid down in the summer of 1862. After completion in mid-1863, both ships spent time patrolling the Mississippi River against Confederate raids and ambushes as part of Rear Admiral David Porter's Mississippi Squadron. Both ships participated in the Red River Campaign in March–May 1864, although Osage supported the capture of Fort DeRussy in March and participated in the Battle of Blair's Landing in April. Osage was grounded on a sandbar for six months after the end of the campaign while Neosho resumed her patrols on the Mississippi. The latter ship supported the Union Army's operations on the Cumberland River and provided fire support during the Battle of Nashville in December. Osage, after being refloated and repaired, was transferred to the West Gulf Blockading Squadron in early 1865 for the campaign against Mobile, Alabama. During the Battle of Spanish Fort in March 1865 she struck a mine and rapidly sank. The ship was later salvaged and sold in 1867. Neosho was decommissioned after the war and remained in reserve until sold in 1873. (en)
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  • Мониторы типа «Неошо» (англ. Neosho-class) — два речных монитора, приводимых в движение гребными колёсами, построенные для флота США во время Гражданской войны в Америке. Первые мониторы, построенные инженером Джеймсом Идсом для действий на реке Миссисипи. Принимали участие во многих кампаниях; «Осаги» участвовал в боях под Мобайлом, где и погиб, подорвавшись на мине. «Неошо» списан в 1873 году. (ru)
  • The Neosho-class monitors were a pair of ironclad river monitors laid down in the summer of 1862. After completion in mid-1863, both ships spent time patrolling the Mississippi River against Confederate raids and ambushes as part of Rear Admiral David Porter's Mississippi Squadron. Both ships participated in the Red River Campaign in March–May 1864, although Osage supported the capture of Fort DeRussy in March and participated in the Battle of Blair's Landing in April. Osage was grounded on a sandbar for six months after the end of the campaign while Neosho resumed her patrols on the Mississippi. The latter ship supported the Union Army's operations on the Cumberland River and provided fire support during the Battle of Nashville in December. (en)
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  • Мониторы типа «Неошо» (ru)
  • Neosho-class monitor (en)
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