Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Com'r A. M. Pennock” in chapter 13 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

... and the large fleet which grew from the small squadron first put afloat, will wonder why we should require so many navy yards atthe present time when we hardly fit out a dozen vessels in a year. Com'r A. M. Pennock was placed in command of the depot at Cairo, the navy yard being literally afloatin wharf boats, old steamers, tugs, flat-boats, or even rafts, as the government owned no land at that point; but when...

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