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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 34: (search)
esident considered that his services in the sounds of North Carolina entitled him to a vote of thanks from Congress and sent in his name, and afterwards that of Commander Rowan. Goldsborough was a Southerner by birth, and although no officer deserves particular credit for standing by the Government that had taken care of him for fifty years, yet he showed an example of live patriotism which entitled him to respect and to any honors his country had to bestow. From July 11th up to November 30th, 1862. there was little done by the North Atlantic squadron except in the sounds of North Carolina. which for a time were under the control of Commander Rowan. The operations in the sounds, after the time mentioned, were not of a very important nature, but as they form part of the history of the war we will give a brief sketch of them. There was great danger in some of the expeditions, and good judgment and gallantry shown in all. Lieutenant C. W. Flusser, who has already figured a