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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
ast, had united, and did all that was possible to impede Sherman's march; but, although the Confederate forces had swelled to a considerable army, they could not withstand the Federal advance, and from desertions and other causes they soon began to melt away. Still Sherman was not master of the situation until he had driven Johnston's army, from which he had experienced the strongest resistance, back to Smithfield. The junction of Schofield with Sherman's army was made next day, the 23d of March, 1865, at Goldsborough, and General Johnston and his forces were held as in a vise until the final surrender. These movements had changed the whole state of affairs in North Carolina. The Confederate troops along the various rivers, including the Roanoke, had either joined General Johnston or had moved off to Richmond, and Admiral Porter, taking advantage of the situation, had directed Commander Macomb to advance up the Roanoke with a naval force, destroy or capture all the enemy's depot
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 59: (search)
delphia Jan. 7, 1865 Keystone State.   Cotton, 61 1/2 bales     20,823 45 do Jan. 7, 1865 Keystone State.   Cotton, 235 bales, etc.     69,239 66 do Jan. 7, 1865 Keystone State.   Cotton, 19 bales 6,227 29 907 48 5,319 84 New Orleans Mar. 23, 1865 Tallahatchie.   Cotton, 10 bales 2,138 00 638 90 1,499 10 do Mar. 23, 1865 Tallahatchie. Schooner Cora Smyser 6,877 92 1,073 12 5,864 80 do April 22, 1865 Sciota.   Cotton, 60 bales and 2 bags     12,655 66 do Feb. 21, 1865 Mobile. Mar. 23, 1865 Tallahatchie. Schooner Cora Smyser 6,877 92 1,073 12 5,864 80 do April 22, 1865 Sciota.   Cotton, 60 bales and 2 bags     12,655 66 do Feb. 21, 1865 Mobile.   Cotton, 38 bales     8,487 62 do Feb. 21, 1865 Arostook.   Cotton, 83 bales     16,388 07 do Feb. 21, 1865 Sciota.   Cotton, 67 bales 27,034 89 2,270 83 24,764 06 Key West Mar. 22, 1865 Clyde. Schooner Caroline and Gertrude. 16,437 87 1,219 33 15,218 54 do Mar. 22, 1865 Stars and Stripes.   Coffee, Whiskey, etc 773 66 172 06 601 60 New Orleans Oct. 4, 1865 Elk. Steamer Cumberland 153,461 29 18,943 50 134,517 79 Key West April 21, 1865 De Soto. Sloop Caroline