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Daniel Ammen, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.2, The Atlantic Coast (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter VIII Hatteras InletRoanoke Island. (search)
sooner was the Civil War fairly begun, and the Navy Yard at Norfolk in the possession of the Confederates, than heavy guns were transported from that point, and the inlets at Hatteras and Ocracoke fortified. From the Sounds of Albemarle and Pamlico through Hatteras and Ocracoke Inlets, small vessels made raids to capture vessels under the National flag that might be passing along the coast, and for a time these efforts were well rewarded. The shoal water extending far out gave these entl be found on p. 573, Vol. IV., of the Rebellion Records, published by the Government. It concludes as follows: I may be permitted to conclude this rapid sketch by stating that we failed to make timely efforts to maintain the ascendancy on Pamlico Sound, and thus admitted Burnside's fleet without a contest; we failed to put a proper force on Roanoke Island, and thus lost the key to our interior coast; and we failed to furnish General Branch with a reasonable force, and thus lost the importan
439 Besides which there were at this time serving in North Carolina the Twenty-third Army Corps and Provisional Army Corps, the aggregate of which was 26,954 men. VI.—Abstract from returns of the Confederate military forces serving in the State of North Carolina, front the close of the year 1861, to February, 1865. compiled from original returns now in the war Department, Washington, D. C. Date.Present for duty.Aggregate present.Commanding general. September, 1861, Dirt, of Pamlico9,01610,743Brigadier-General R. C. Gatlin, to March 19, 1862, October 31, 1861, Newbern8,239 January 31, 1862, in North Carolina6,29012,095 Total enlisted men. March 31, 1862, in North Carolina10,37224,300 April 19, 1862, in North Carolina17,947 Effective total.22,068Brig.-Gen. Joseph B. Anderson, from Mch. 19. 1862, to May 25, 1862. April 30, 1862, in North Carolina 16,25519,822 July 15, 1862, in North Carolina and Southeast Virginia17,50521,196Major-General T. H. Holmes, from May