Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Ossabaw Sound” in chapter 32 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:
...he 7-inch rifles in the bow and stern of the Merrimac, neither of which, it is clear, ever struck the Monitor in hull or turret.
To determine this point.
Commander John L. Worden was sent down to Ossabaw Sound to operate up the Great Ogeechee River and capture, if he could, a fort at Genesee Point, under cover of which the steamer Nashville was lying, fitted out as a privateer, and only waiting an opportun...
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