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Recollections of a naval officer, 1841-1865.
William Harwar Parker
|Statement||By Capt. William Harwar Parker.|
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 411, no. 4152.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 372 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||372|
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Recollections of a Naval Officer, Craig Lee Symonds (born 31 Decemberin Long Beach, California) is the Distinguished Visiting Ernest J.
King Professor of Maritime History for the academic years at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode is also Professor Emeritus at the U. Naval Academy where he served as chairman of the history department.
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Last year, however, it started a series, Classics of Naval Literature, that includes ''The Sand Pebbles'' by Richard McKenna, ''Recollections of a Naval Officer: '' by Capt. William. Recollections of a Naval Life, Including the Cruises of the Confederate States Steamers "Sumter" and "Alabama", recounting his experience as an officer in the U.S.
and Confederate navies, and revealing much of the inner history and secret marine service of the late civil war in America. C.S. NAVY Research Library, Mobile, Alabama, It is listed as the companion book to the TNT movie. *Beers, Henry Putnam. The Confederacy. A guide to the Archives of the Government of the Confederate States of *Parker, William H.
Recollections of a Naval Officer Annapolis, Naval Institute Press, The state legislature successfully pressured him to resigm by threatening to deny state aid.
Four years later, he served briefly in Korea as minister resident/consul general for the United States. Parker also authored several books, including "Recollections of a Naval Officer, ," which he wrote while president of the college.
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Craig Lee Symonds (born 31 Decemberin Long Beach, California) is a retired professor and chairman of the history department at the United States Naval Academy. He is a distinguished historian of the American Civil War. The son of Lee and Virginia Symonds, Craig Symonds attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Going on to Born: Decem Long Beach, California.
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Vessels of the US Navy's North Atlantic Blockading Squadron engaged the Confederate Navy's Mosquito Fleet, which was supported by a shore-based battery of four guns at Cobb's Point (now called Cobb Point), near the.
I feel I must begin by saying that I hold Alan Weinberg in very high esteem and greatly respect his knowledge and experience. Also, this is one of the few opportunities I’ll have to publicly thank him for his generous permission to include the Davis Flight Medal images from his fabulous collection in my forthcoming book.CSS Richmond, an ironclad ram, was built for use in the American Civil War at Gosport (Norfolk) Navy Yard to the design of John L.
Porter with money and scrap iron collected by the citizens of Virginia, whose imagination had been captured by the ironclad CSS Virginia. Consequently, she was sometimes.BIBLIOGRAPHY. A NOTE ON SOURCES.
The Lincoln literature is vast. The bibliography of the Civil War is bigger. Thus, the bibliography that follows is selective, not comprehensive. It represents little more than the several hundred books on my own library shelves that .