(ScSlp: dp. 2,400; l. 250'6"; b. 38')
In 1864, the construction of Talladega—an Algoma- class screw sloop-of-war—was projected by the Navy. Her engines were constructed by the New York Navy Yard, but the Civil War ended before the sloop's keel was laid down. Construction of her hull was postponed
for two years and finally cancelled in 1867. Her engines were later used in another warship. Unfortunately, records identifying the recipient have not been found.