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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., chapter 48 (search)
ommander; John M. Browne, Surgeon; J. A. Smith, Paymaster; Wm. H. Cushman, Chief-Engineer; James R. Wheeler, Eben M. Stoddard and David H. Sumner, Acting-Masters; Wm. H. Badlam, Second-Assistant Engineer; Fred. L. Miller, Sidney L. Smith and Henry McConnell, Third-Assistant Engineers; Edward E. Preble, Midshipman; David B. Sargent, Paymaster's Clerk; S. E. Hartwell, Captain's Clerk; Frank A. Graham, Gunner; James C. Walton, Boatswain; William H. Yeaton, Charles H. Danforth and Ezra Bartlett, Acn, John A. Winslow: Lieutenant-Commander, James S. Thornton; Surgeon, John M. Browne; Paymaster, Joseph A. Smith; Engineers: Chief, William H. Cushman; Second-Assistant, Wm. H. Badlam; Third-Assistants, Fredk. L. Miller, Sidney L. Smith and Henry McConnell ; Boatswain, James C. Walton ; Acting-Gunner, Franklin A. Graham. Steamer Sacramento. Captain, Henry Walke; Lieutenant-Commander, H. D. Todd; Lieutenant, G. P. Ryan; Surgeon, J. S. Kitchen; Assistant-Paymaster, J. P. Woodbury; Ensigns,
e sick-list voluntarily went to their quarters and rendered such service as they were able to perform. The engineer's division was admirably and efficiently conducted, under the command of Chief-Engineer W. H. Cushman. Sidney L. Smith and Henry McConnell, third assistant engineers, were stationed on deck, and their conduct came immediately under my observation. It was distinguished by coolness and vigilance. The other assistants, Mr. W. H. Badlam and Mr. F. L. Miller, were on duty in the eistant Engineer William H. Badlam in the management of the engines, Third Assistant Engineer Frederick L. Miller, in charge of the boilers, Third Assistant Engineer Sidney L. Smith, on deck, at the fire and hot-water hose, and Third Assistant Engineer Henry McConnell, at the engine signal-bell, the efficiency of the engine department is to be attributed. I would also mention first-class fireman Joseph Dugan for his coolness and competency in assisting Mr. Miller in fire-room; first-class fireme