From the August 11, 1884 New York Times (via the St. Louis Globe-Democrat). Click on the link below to download the PDF file about one of the most famous pieces of artillery during the “Civil War”. Deemed “unfit for service” at the beginning of hostilities, it saw action on both sides of the Mississippi River and was instantly recognizable by its unique sound. What happened to Old Sacramento? Click on the link and find out!
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