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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 1 1 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Mills, Albert Leopold 1854- (search)
Mills, Albert Leopold 1854- Military officer; born in New York City, May 7, 1854; graduated at the United States Military Academy, and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the 1st United States Cavalry, and selected as military instructor in 1879; Professor of Military Science and Tactics in the South Carolina Academy in 1886; promoted first lieutenant of 1st Cavalry in 1889; adjutant of 1st Cavalry in 1890-94; and promoted captain of the 6th Cavalry, Oct. 8, 1898. In the war with Spain (1898) he was appointed captain and assistant adjutantgeneral of volunteers May 12. He served on the frontier during the war against the Sioux Indians in 1890; was engaged in the Santiago campaign at Las Guasimas and Santiago City, in 1898, where he was wounded; was brevetted major and promoted lieutenant-colonel for gallantry; and was appointed superintendent of the United States Military Academy, Aug. 8, 1898. He is author of Campaigns in 1862 in Virginia.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 28., Old ships and Ship-building days of Medford. (search)
and 1860, from New York or Boston, seventeen were made by thirteen Medford ships as follows:— ShipDaysPort of DepartureDate of Arrival Shooting Star105BostonAug. 17, 1852 Courser108BostonApril 28, 1852 Phantom105BostonApril 21, 1853 Golden Eagle105BostonAug. 25, 1854 Don Quixote106BostonMarch 29, 1855 Ringleader107BostonFeb. 12, 1856 Ringleader110BostonFeb. 8, 1854 White Swallow110New YorkAug. 7, 1860 Herald of the Morning99New YorkMay 16, 1855 Herald of the Morning106BostonMay 7, 1854 Eagle Wing105BostonApril 5, 1854 Robin Hood107New YorkMarch 25, 1859 Ocean Telegraph109New YorkMarch 13, 1860 Electric Spark106BostonApril 9, 1856 Telegraph109BostonApril 9, 1855 He also divides this great race course into five sections, in which four other Medford ships made records, Ocean Express, John Wade, Syren and Living Age. The first section was from Sandy Hook to the Equator. There were twenty-seven ships which made the passage in 20 days or less. The best record wa