CSS Neuse was a steam-powered ironclad ram of the Confederate States Navy that served in the latter part the American Civil War and was eventually scuttled to avoid capture by rapidly advancing Union Army forces. In the early 1960s, she produced approximately 15,000 artifacts from her raised lower hull, the largest number ever found on a recovered Confederate vessel. The remains of her lower hull and a selection of her artifacts are on exhibit in Kinston, North Carolina at the CSS Neuse State Historic Site and Governor Caswell Memorial. The ironclad is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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... A full-size replica of Neuse, called Neuse II, is on grounds display at a separate site in Kinston and contains a fitted-out interior that shows all shipboard details it was constructed from 2002 ... Neuse is the only Confederate ironclad that has a historic, full-size replica on display ... Since April 2002 Neuse's sister ironclad, Albemarle has had a 3⁄8 scale replica, 63 feet (19 m) long, at anchor near the Port O' Plymouth Museum in Plymouth, North Carolina ...