Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Samuel H. Davis” in chapter 4, page 117 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
James E. Sterling, (coal-heaver,) bravery in remaining at his post when wounded, and passing shell until struck down a second time and completely disabled.
Richard Dennis (Boatwain's Mate,) and Samuel H. Davis displayed much courage and coolness, the first in operating the torpedo-catcher, and assisting in working of the bow-chaser, and the latter in acting as a lookout for torpedoes and other obstructions...
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