1/200 Union USS Choctaw Sidewheel Steamer Paper Model


1/200 Union USS Choctaw Sidewheel Steamer Paper Model

Ships From: United States (US)

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Choctaw, a sidewheel steamer, was the first ship of the United States Navy to be named for the Choctaw Indian tribe, formerly of Alabama and Mississippi, now resident in Oklahoma. She was built for the merchant service; her keel was laid down at New Albany, Indiana, in 1853. She was launched in 1856. She was purchased by the United States Army in 27 September 1862 and converted into an ironclad ram, then transferred to commissioned into the United States Navy at St. Louis, Missouri on 23 March 1863 with Lieutenant Commander Francis M. Ramsay in command.

PDF version of the publication of the publisher Pro-arte

Paper Model contains 11 Pages including:
Over 150 parts on 7 part pages.
Display stand
Full hull and option waterline model.
3 pages of construction diagrams.
Wire parts.

Degree of Difficulty: 4/5


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