Screw-propelled ship, historical artwork

Screw-propelled ship, historical artwork

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Credit: Science, Industry and Business Library/NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Screw-propelled ship. 1848 artwork showing the design of the screw propellers used to power the Robert F. Stockton. This ship was designed by the Swedish-American mechanical engineer John Ericsson. In 1839 Ericsson sailed her to the US where he became the designer of the first US Navy screw-propelled warship, USS Princeton.

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