USS Constitution: 1803-1807

Constitution was called out of ordinary in 1803 and recommissioned in order to fight against the collected Barbary States, leading the third squadron to the Mediterranean in what would be known as the First Barbary War.

CONSTITUTION Barbary War Infographic

 

Once again, one dimension of geography (this time latitude) is abandoned in favor of providing time as an axis. To learn more about the design of this chart and catch up on Constitution’s adventures from its previous engagements please see the InfoWeTrust post on the Quasi-War. Stay tuned to join Constitution on her heroic victories in the War of 1812.

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One comment on “USS Constitution: 1803-1807
  1. […] Design The timeline of action the ship saw is read from left to right. Trace the vertical position of each event to the map at left to see where the event occurred – one dimension of geography (this time longitude) is abandoned in favor of providing time as the horizontal axis. To learn more about the design of this chart and catch up on Constitution’s adventures from its previous engagements please see the InfoWeTrust posts on the Quasi-War and Barbary War. […]

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