4 edition of A volunteer"s reminiscences of life in the North Atlantic blockading squadron, 1862-"5 found in the catalog.
A volunteer"s reminiscences of life in the North Atlantic blockading squadron, 1862-"5
Francis Preston Blair Sands
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Companion Acting Francis P.B. Sands ... and read at the stated meeting of April 4, 1894.|
|Series||Military order of the loyal legion of the United States. Commandery of the District of Columbia. War papers -- 20, Library of American civilization -- LAC 40064., War papers (Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Commandery of the District of Columbia) -- 20.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||87719269|
The Pequot departed Boston Harbor on 5 February and joined the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. She captured the notorious British blockade runner the Don off Beaufort, North Carolina, on March 4, , and helped the Army beat back a Confederate attack on Wilson's Wharf at James River, Virginia, on 24 May. Nine-Month Volunteers (1) no (1) Norfolk Naval Yard. Merremack (3) Norfolk Virginia (3) North Atlantic Blockading Squadron (3) North Carolina () North Carolina Civil War History Center (3) North Carolina Summer (1) North Dakota (1) North Grove School Sycamore Ill. (9) Northern Illinois (1) Not Good for Us (1) Notre Dame (1) NRHP (6.
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With Sampson Through the War: Being an Account of the Naval Operations of the North Atlantic Squadron during the Spanish American War of New York: Doubleday and McClure, pp. Goode was a correspondent for the Associated Press on board Sampson's flagship, USS New York. The book contains chapters on specific topics contributed by. A small collection of printed general orders, , Admiral John A. Dahlgren to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, is also included in this collection of Rodgers Family Papers. Purchased.
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Sands A Tribute to Tom; or, The "Servant Question" Among Volunteers - By J. Bradford With The Army of the Potomac From the Defences of Washington to Harrison's Landing - BY John W. Donn. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
"A volunteer's reminiscences of life in the North Atlantic Blockading squadron, '5" by Sands, Francis P. (Francis Preston Blair), b. texts. A Volunteer’s Reminiscences of Life in the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron, ‘5: Sands, Frances P.
1: District of Columbia: A Tribute to Tom; or, The “Servant Question” Among Volunteers: Bradford, J. 1: District of Columbia: AotP: With The Army of the Potomac From the Defences of Washington to Harrison’s Landing: Donn.
Reported April 8, —Apply to Col. Biggs, Army Quartermaster at Fortress Monroe, for transportation to Newbern, and then report to Captain Davenport in the sounds of North Carolina.
Lee, Acting Rear Admiral, Commanding North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Transportation will be given by first steamer bound for North Carolina. book; official records of the union and confederate navies in the war of the rebelliongovernment printing office.
hardback, dark blue cover, published under the direction ofthe hon. william h. moody, secretary of the navy, series 1, vol this volume coversthe south atlantic blockading y: hs 1 rm b Full text of "The records of living officers of the U.
navy and Marine corps: with a history of naval operations during the rebellion ofand a list of the ships and officers participating in the great battles" See other formats. Squadron Letters. reels. 35 mm. Microfilm Only Collection. These are letters received by the U.S.
Secretary of the Navy from commanding officers of squadrons, ; Brazil Squadron and Mississippi Squadron, ; South Atlantic Blockading Squadron and North Atlantic Blockading Squadron, ; West Gulf Blockading Squadron and.
While I haven't read the award-winning From Cape Charles to Cape Fear: The North Atlantic Blockading Squadron during the Civil War (U. of Alabama Press, - softcover reissue Fire Ant, ), its follow-up, Success Is All That Was Expected: The South Atlantic Blockading Squadron During the Civil War (Potomac Books, ), is superb.
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The work of blockade, and of harassing the Confederates on the coast and the rivers of the Atlantic seaboard, called for much service in boats, and entailed a great deal of exposure. Cushing was distinguished by his readiness to volunteer, his indefatigability, and by his good fortune, the reward of vigilance and intelligence.
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Congress from the 4th Congressional District of remains the second longest-serving U.S. Representative from Maine, the first being his colleague. From Cape Charles to Cape Fear: The North Atlantic Blockading Squadron During the Civil War.
Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Univ. of Alabama Press, pp. Browning, Robert M., Jr. Lincoln's Trident: The West Gulf Blockading Squadron during the Civil War. Naval War College Henry E. Eccles Library Cushing Road Newport, RI The Naval Historical Collection, the depository for the Naval War College archives, manuscript materials, and special collections, was established in as a division of the Naval War College Library.
From the beginning, two types of documents were collected: the primary topic is the history of naval warfare as. Commanding North Atlantic Blockading Squadron.
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In these diaries, he describes his service with the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron under Admiral Samuel Phillips Lee; other military actions in the United States Civil War; his work and travels for the firm of Morris & Cummings, New York; dredging rivers and harbors at New York harbor, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, South Carolina, and.
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Tuscaloosa, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, ISBN Browning, Jr., Robert M. Success Is All That Was Expected: The South Atlantic Blockading Squadron in the Civil War. Washington, D.C.: Brassey's Inc., Campbell, R. Thomas. One hundred fifty years ago, the United States experienced its last holiday season of the Civil War.
For the past three Decembers, President Abraham Lincoln had been frustrated by defeats on the battlefield and the continuation of a seemingly endless war. This Christmas of.
The only excuse I offer for publishing this little book of reminiscences is that a story half told is better than a story not told at all. J. M. B. 73 Sixth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa., May 8, REMINISCENCES OF TWO YEARS IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY. By JOHN M. BATTEN, B.E., M.D., Late Acting Assistant Surgeon United States Navy, Pittsburgh, Pa.It was sent to the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron at Wilmington, NC, where it ran aground off Masonboro Inlet and became a wreck Janua very short Naval career.
It's commander and 40 men were captured by Confederates. I came across no mention of Esrom Morse. I'll do some research. Interesting Story. --Old B-R.Browning, Robert M., Jr.
Success Is All That Was Expected: The South Atlantic Blockading Squadron during the Civil War. Dulles, Virginia: Brassey's, Inc., and the Editors of Time-Life Books.