Hannah (1775)

(reconstruction of first schooner of Washington's navy)

Plans by Harold M. Hahn

 

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Model by Harold M. Hahn
image courtesy Chris Hahn

The schooner Hannah was the first armed American naval vessel of the American Revolution and is claimed to be the founding vessel of the United States Navy. She was a fishing schooner owned by John Glover of Marblehead, Massachusetts and was named for his daughter, Hannah Glover. The crew was drawn largely from the town of Marblehead, with much of the ships ammunition being stored in Glover's warehouse now located at Glover's Square in Marblehead before being relocated to Beverly, Massachusetts.

The plans for the Hannah are drawn at a scale of 1/4" = 1' (1:48) and include

Plate 1 - Hull Lines and Profile
Plate 2 - Master Framing Plan
Plate 3 - Frames (A-N)
Plate 4 - Frames (O-X, I-III)
Plate 5 - Remaining Frames, Frame Jig)
Plate 6 - Rigging Plans

The fully rigged model dimensions:

Length: 25 1/4" - 641mm
Breadth: 6 3/4" - 171.5mm
Height: 21" - 533.5mm

 

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