Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Island No.10” in chapter 16 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...owever, fell where it was due, to Pope and Foote, for their harmonious co-operation, and to Commander Walke and Lieut.-Com. Thompson, who so gallantly passed the enemy's batteries. The victory at Island No.10 , although a bloodless one, was as important as the battle of Shiloh. It opened a long stretch of the Mississippi River, down which our forces were continually working their way toward the sea. By t...
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