Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Louisiana” in chapter 31 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
... and it was not until after the fall of Port Hudson, when the navigation of the river was once more free, that the smaller vessels could be spared.
All this time the Confederates on the coasts of Louisiana and Texas kept up active operations with their blockade-runners, which had nothing to interfere with them until August, 1862, when Farragut sent down a small force of sailing-vessels and one small st...
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