Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Commander John Rodgers” in chapter 13 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...ear Belmont, Ky., and mounting heavy guns there blocked the way for Army transports from Cairo to the sea. Then the Army began to talk of improvising a Navy of their own, and the Navy Department sent Commander John Rodgers to St. Louis to superintend the construction of an army flotilla. While the North had its Ericsson, the West was fortunate in possessing, in the person of Mr. James B. Eads, the very man for the ...
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