Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Commander John Rodgers” in chapter 8 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...connoitre the enemy's positions up the river and along the coast. The larger vessels were sent to perform blockade duty, which at that moment, owing to the paucity of vessels, was very arduous. Commander John Rodgers was sent with the Seneca and Paulina to examine the enemy's defences on Tybee Island, in the Savannah River, and ascertained that all the works in that quarter had been abandoned, except those at Sto...
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