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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2 4 0 Browse Search
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y, I, 366. and her guns were fired to the last, the final shot, discharged by Lieutenant Morris, fatally wounding the Confederate Commander, Captain Buchanan. The final triumph of the Monitor need not be described. In September, 1862, Acting Master Crocker, a Massachusetts officer, was sent up the Sabine River to destroy a railroad bridge, which he did without injury. Soley, p. 143. Commander Downes, a Massachusetts officer, commanded the monitor Nahant in the attack on Fort McAllistmmanding. Staff of General commanding; Chief of Staff, Brig.-Gen. Edward W. Hinks. Aids to General commanding: Col. A. F. Devereux, Col and Brevet Maj.-Gen. George N. Macy; Lieut-Col. Giles A. Rich; Maj. John B. Burt; Maj. James Brown; Capt. Augustus Crocker; Lieut. and Brevet Maj. Linus B. Comins, Jr. Surgeon: Maj. Patrick A. O'Connell. Aids to Chief of Staff: Capt. and Brevet Maj. J. H. Sleeper; Capt. and Brevet Col. William L. Palmer; Capt. Joseph J. Baker. Brevet Col. Francis N.