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USS Watauga (1864)

Career (United States)
Name: USS Watauga
Namesake: The Watauga River in North Carolina and Tennessee
Laid down: Never
Commissioned: Never, although carried on Navy List 1864
Fate: Construction contract cancelled 1866
General characteristics
Type: Frigate
Propulsion: Steam, one screw

USS Watauga was a proposed United States Navy screw frigate that was never built.

Projected as a screw frigate, Watauga was intended to be similar to, but somewhat larger than, the Java-class frigates (USS Antietam, USS Guerriere, USS Minnetonka, and USS Piscataqua).[1]

Although first carried on the Navy List in 1864, Watauga was never laid down. The contract for her construction was cancelled in 1866.

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  • Chesneau, Roger, and Eugene M. Kolesnik. Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860–1905. New York: Mayflower Books, Inc., 1979. ISBN 0-8317-0302-4.
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