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Civil War naval chronology, 1861-1865

compiled by Naval History Division, Navy Department
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Washington, D.C. : United States. Government Printing Office, 1971
xxvii, 1089 p. : ill., maps

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Includes index.

This book has been divided into 6 parts. Parts 1 thru 5 each cover one year of the conflict. Part 6 contains a summary of significant events & 12 appendices: (1) The Navy in the defense of Washington; (2 The positive identification of John Wilkes Booth; (3) President Lincoln & the Navy; (4) The journal of Private Charles Brother, USMC; (5) an August morning with Farragut at Mobile Bay; (6) shipboard life; (7) Naval sheet music; (8) Confederate forces afloat; (9) Blockade runners; (10) Ships salvaged or memorialized; (11) Quotations relating to seapower; (12) Table of Illustrations.

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