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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 34: (search)
and sea, the American flag was hoisted over the fort. The naval part of the expedition consisted of the following vessels under the command of Commander Samuel Lockwood: Steamer Daylight (flag-ship). Steamer State of Georgia.--Commander J. F. Armstrong. Steamer Chippewa.--Lieutenant-Commander A. Bryson. Bark Gemsbok.--Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant Edward Cavendy. Steamer Ellis.--Lieutenant-Commander C. L. Franklin. The gun-boats attacked the fort by passing it in an ellipse . D. Wood; Acting-Ensign, A. B. Axtell; Acting-Master's Mate, Peter Faunce. Steamer Stars and Stripes. Lieutenant-Commander, Reed Werden and Lieutenant, R. S. McCook [commanding at different times]. Steamer State of Georgia. Commander, J. F. Armstrong; Acting-Masters, A. D. Littlefield and J. J. Rogers; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, J. W. Hamilton; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, T. H. Haskell; Acting-Engineers, James Wilkinson, David Pyke, Wm. H. Miller, Thomas Nesbitt and J. D. Rogers; Act
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 35: operations of the North Atlantic Squadron, 1863. (search)
mer Maratanza. Commander, Gustavus H. Scott; Lieutenant-Commander, Chas. S. Norton; Assistant Surgeon, Job Corbin; Assistant Paymaster, C. S. Perley; Acting-Masters, Chas. Courtney, Jacob Kimball and J. B. Wood, Jr.; Acting-Ensigns, J. C. Gibney and Geo. Smith; Acting-Master's Mate, Henry Wheeler; Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, C. L. Carty; Second-Assistant, Edward Scattergood; Third-Assistants, W. H. Kilpatrick, L. R. Harvey and R. L. Webb. Steamer State of Georgia. Commander, James F. Armstrong; Acting-Assistant Surgeon, W. W. Myers; Acting-Assistant Paymaster, T. H. Haskell; Acting-Masters, J. S. Rogers and A. D. Littlefield; Acting-Ensigns, David Mason and N. Broughton; Acting-Master's Mates, Isaac Halleck, J. W. Buck and Wm. B. Mix, Engineers: Acting-First-Assistant, James Wilkinson; Acting-Second-Assistant, David Pyke; Acting-Third-Assistants, J. D. Rodgers, Thomas Nesbit and E. F. Maxfield; Acting-Gunner, Andrew Hannen. Steamer Cambridge. Commander, Wm. A. Pa
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
at could be sent against them. They were wonderful specimens of engineering skill, and a credit to the Confederate engineers who planned and constructed them. Any one seeing them would suppose that the whole Southern Confederacy had been at work throwing up fortifications. The following is a list of the guns mounted in these works: Reeves' Point, three 10-inch guns; Smithville, four 10-inch guns; above Smithville. two 10-inch guns; Fort Caswell, ten 10-inch guns, two 9-inch guns, one Armstrong rifled gun, four rifled 32-pounders, two 32-pounder smooth-bores, three 8-inch guns, one Parrott 20-pounder. three rifled field-pieces and three 8-inch guns — total 29; forts Campbell and Shaw, six 10-inch, six 32-pounder smooth-bore, one 32-pounder rifled, one 8-inch, six field-pieces and two mortars; Smith's Island, three 10-inch guns, six 32-pounder smooth-bores, two 22-pounders rifled, four field-pieces, 2 mortars and six other guns. Grand total, 83 guns. When General Grant went t