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Confederate Military History - 1899 - Volume 12.djvu

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

CAPT. WILLIAM HARWAR PARKER.
The Confederate States Navy 1-115

CHAPTER I. Personnel of the Confederate Navy-Injustice of the Federal Naval Secretary-Sacrifices of the Confederate Naval Officers

3

CHAPTER II. The Genesis of the Confederate Navy-Organization of the Navy Department-Assignment of Officers Early Operations in Virginia Waters

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CHAPTER III. Hollins' Attack on the United States Vessels at the "Head of the Passes"-Hatteras Inlet-Hilton Head

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CHAPTER IV. The James River Squadron-Evacuation of the Norfolk Navy Yard by the Federals- Construction of the Merrimac-Officers of the Merrimac-The Patrick Henry, Jamestown, Teaser, Beaufort and Raleigh.

28

CHAPTER V. Battle of Hampton Roaás Sinking of the Cumberland-Destruction of the Congress-The Work of the Wooden Gunboats.

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CHAPTER VI. Battle of the Merrimac and the Monitor--The Monitor Declines a Renewal of Combat- Evacuation of Norfolk-Destruction of the Merrimac-Battle of Drewry's Bluff.

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CHAPTER VII. The Mississippi River Fleet-Defenses of New Orleans—Farragut Runs the River Forts-Part of the Navy in the Combat.

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CHAPTER VIII. The Ram Arkansas-Her Completion on the Yazoo River-Her Daring Dash through the Federal Fleet.

63

CHAPTER IX. The Ironclads Palmetto State and Chicora New Orleans-Their Fight off Charleston-Attack on Fort Sumter-Torpedo Expedition The Ram Atlanta.

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CHAPTER X. Capture of the Satellite and Reliance-Torpedo Attack on the U. S. Ironclad New Ironsides-Capture of the U. S. S. Underwriter-Torpedo Attack on the U. S. S. Minnesota Capture of the U.S.S. Waterwitch.

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CHAPTER XI. The Ram Albemarle-Her Battles and Victories Wreck of the Raleigh.

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CHAPTER XII. Defense of Mobile Bay-The Ram Tennessee-Her Gallant Battle with Farragut's Fleet-First Attack on Fort Fisher.

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CHAPTER XII. Operations on the James River, 1864-65-Attempted Expedition against City Point-The Naval Brigade The Ram Webb

92

CHAPTER XIV. The Confederate Naval Academy–The Corps of Instructors–Splendid Service of the Midshipmen–Character of the Young Officers.

96

CHAPTER XV. The Cruisers–Their Status in War.

99

CHAPTER XVI. Conclusion–The Confederate States Ironclad Fleet–Memorable Achievements.

107

APPENDIX. Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Navy of the Confederate States of America.

110
The Morale of the Confederate Armies 117–193

Enthusiasm of all Classes for the Southern Cause–College Students in the Front–Great Campaigns and Valorous Achievements–Humanity toward the Enemy–Religion in the Camp–Incidents of Personal Heroism–The Veteran in Civil Life

119
An Outline of the Confederate Military History 195–265
The South Since the War 267–568

DOCUMENTAL AND STATISTICAL APPENDIX 369–Constitution of the Confederate States, 371–Members of the Provisional and Regular Congresses of the Confederate States, 384–Chronological List of Engagements by States, 389–Statistics, 499–Index, 513–Illustrations

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

facing page.
Barron, Samuel 112
Brooke, John M. 112
Brown, I. N. 112
Buchanan, Franklin 112
Cooke, J. W. 112
Flags, Confederate 369
Hollins, George N. 112
Ingraham, D. N. 112
Jones, J. William 117
Lee, Stephen D. 267
Maffitt, J. N. 112
Parker, William H. 1
Semmes, Raphael 112
Tattnall, Josiah 112
Tucker, John R. 112
Wood, John T. 112