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Condor: This 300-ton Side-wheel steamship was built in Scotland for the Confederate government. On October 1, 1864, while approaching New Inlet, Condor was chased by the steamship USS Nipon. The captain was able to escape, but ran his ship aground near New Inlet. One of the passengers, Rose O'Neal Greenhow, a Confederate spy, was carrying a bag of gold around her neck. She insisted on being taken ashore so she could deliver it to the Confederate government. A large wave upset the boat, and Mrs. Greenhow drowned, dragged under by the weight of the gold. The Condor was a total loss.
Full color. 18.75" x 20"
Frame adds 2" (single) to 3" (double) all the way around
Enjoy our North Carolina Cape Lookout to New River Inlet shipwreck chart with either a beautiful single driftwood frame (main image), double driftwood frame (image below), or a whitewashed wooden...
This chart contains over 300 shipwrecks along the North Carolina coast. Included on the chart are several drawings of famous shipwrecks and historical events interpreted by the artist: The Carrol...
This chart contains over 240 shipwrecks along the North Carolina coast. The print highlights many different Civil War ships and includes several drawings of shipwrecks and historical events as interpreted...