Hunley crew facial reconstruction
The photograph came down through the family to him from Mary Elizabeth Ridgaway, the crewman's sister. Jeffrey is the great-great-nephew of Joseph Ridgaway. It may be the image of Joesph F. Ridgaway, second in command on the submarine that sank the USS Housatonic, marking the first successful sinking of a ship by a submarine in maritime history. If it is determined that there is a high probability the photo shows a seated Ridgaway, taken just before the outbreak of the Civil War, it would be the only known image of any of the three crewmen who served on the vessel. Of those three crews of 25 men, 21 drowned, including Horace Lawson Hunley, who invented the submarine.
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The Hunley became the world's first successful combat submarine in After making world history, she mysteriously vanished. Lost at sea for over a century, she was finally found in and then raised from the ocean floor in Since then, scientists have been at work to conserve the legendary submarine and solve the mystery of her disappearance. Tours of the Hunley include viewing the Hunley in her 75, conservation tank, facial reconstructions of the crew, and interactive exhibits that tell the submarine's fascinating tale throughout the centuries. Skip to main content.
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Facial reconstruction of George Dixon. The different stages of reconstruction. Twenty-one depth markers were attached to each skull cast at specific locations as a means of estimating average facial thicknesses. Clay was overlaid onto the cast of the skull to reflect the overall shape of the face, including the forehead, profile and outline of the jaw.
They died in the sinking of U. Monitor off Cape Hatteras on December 31, Their remains were found in the turret of that ship, which was recovered from the sea floor years later. Their last moments were probably desperate ones; with the upper deck awash in the cold, black Atlantic, the only way out of the foundering ironclad was up, and up again, through the top of the turret. These two men, and fourteen others, didn't make it.
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