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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 34: (search)
34: Further operations of Flag-officer Goldsborough in the sounds of North Carolina. ime Navy. attack on Sewell's Point by Flag-officer Goldsborough. evacuation of Sewell's Point and Cces of the North Atlantic Squadron. Flag-officer Goldsborough and Commander Rowan receive the thanby the North Atlantic Squadron under Flag-officer Goldsborough. As soon as Flag-officer Goldsbort quarter. About the 7th of June, Flag-officer Goldsborough was ordered by the President to makeand the vessels at Hampton Roads. Flag-officer Goldsborough, supposing that Sewell's Point and Core effectively. On May 18, 1862, Flag-officer Goldsborough reports to the Department an engagemon July 16, 1862, taking the place of Flagofficer Goldsborough, who was promoted to the rank of Rear and afterwards that of Commander Rowan. Goldsborough was a Southerner by birth, and although no gun-boats. During the command of Flag-officer Goldsborough all the sounds had been taken posses[2 more...]