Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Milo” in chapter 1.11, section c.1.11.65, page 129 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
... at $60,000. These ships were burned.
The following day five vessels were sighted near an ice floe.
The Confederates hoisted the American flag, bore down upon them, and ordered the nearest, the Milo , of New Bedford, to produce her ship's papers.
Her captain complied, but was enraged to find himself thus entrapped.
He declared the war was over.
Waddell demanded documentary evidence which th...
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