The first USS Arkansas (steamer)[?], a wooden-hulled, barkentine[?]-rigged, screw steamer originally named Tonawanda that saw action in the American Civil War.
The second USS Arkansas (BM-7)[?], the lead ship of her class[?] of single-turreted monitor, was one of the last American monitors.
The third USS Arkansas (BB-33), a Wyoming-class battleship[?], saw action in the Mexican-American War and in World War I.
The fourth USS Arkansas (CGN-41)[?] was a Virginia class[?] nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser.
See also CSS Arkansas[?].
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