USS Tecumseh 1:200

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USS Tecumseh Paper Model 1:200

USS Tecumseh was a Canonicus-class monitor built for the United States Navy during the American Civil War. Although intended for forthcoming operations against Confederate fortifications guarding Mobile Bay with Rear Admiral David Farragut's West Gulf Blockading Squadron, Tecumseh was temporarily assigned to the James River Flotilla in April 1864. The ship helped to plant obstacles in the river and engaged Confederate artillery batteries in June.

Tecumseh was sunk on 5 August during the Battle of Mobile Bay when she struck a mine. The ship capsized and rests upside down northwest of Fort Morgan.

Paper Model Details: Over 290 parts on three part pages and one page of formers. Display stand, three pages of construction diagrams and photos. Bulkhead-and-joiner-strip construction. Built-model photos included for reference. Degree of Difficulty: 4/5, small parts.


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