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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 35: operations of the North Atlantic Squadron, 1863. (search)
at all likely; but the enthusiasm of the commander, officers and men kept them at their posts until it became necessary to signal to the Rhode Island for assistance, which was promptly given. The officers and men of the Rhode Island (Commander Stephen D. Trenchard) did not hesitate to jump into their boats in that tempestuous weather and go to the relief of their comrades. The Commander of the Monitor, in order to keep his vessel afloat as long as possible, cut the large cable by which she was 24-pound howitzer. Stepping Stones (light ferry-boat),with a battery of howitzers. The Commodore Barney, Lieutenant W. B. Cushing, was also detached from other duty and sent to Jamestown Island. Commander (afterwards Rear-Admiral) Stephen D. Trenchard. The above list of vessels will show to what shifts the Navy was put to meet the calls made upon it by the Army. Gun-boats were called for everywhere, and these demands were more than the naval commander could comply with. On the 1
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 49: first attack on Fort Fisher.--destruction of the confederate ram Albemarle, etc. (search)
mander T. O. Selfridge; Pequot, Lieutenant-Commander D. L. Braine; Pontoosac, Lieutenant-Commander W. G. Temple; Nereus, Commander J. C. Howell: Vanderbilt, Captain C. W. Pickering; Fort Jackson, Captain B. F. Sands; Santiago de Cuba, Captain O. S. Glisson; Tacony, Lieutenant-Commander W. T. Truxtun; Osceola, Commander J. M. B. Clitz; Chippewa, Lieutenant-Commander A. W. Weaver; Sassacus, Lieutenant-Comlnander J. L. Davis; Maratanza, Lieutenant-Colmmander G. W. Young; Rhode Island, Commander S. D. Trenchard; Mount Vernon, Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant James Trathen; Britannia, Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant Samuel Huse; Quaker City, Commander W. F. Spicer; Iosco, Commander John Guest; Howquah, Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant J. W. Balch; Wilderness, Acting-Master H. Arey; Cherokee, Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant W. E. Dennison; A. D. Vance, Lieutenant-Commander J. Upshur; Moccasin, Acting-Ensign James Brown; Gettysburg, Lieutenant R. H. Lamson; Alabama, Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant Frank Smith; Ke
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
s; Chippewa, Lieutenant-Commander E. E. Potter; R. R. Cuyler, Commander C. H. B. Caldwell; Maratanza, Lieutenant-Commander George W. Young; Rhode Island, Commander S. D. Trenchard; Monticello, Lieutenant W. B. Cushing; Alabama, Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant A. R. Langthorne; Montgomery, Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant T. C. Dunn; Iosco, er J. L. Davis, commanding the Sassacus; Lieutenant-Commander E. E. Potter, commanding the Chippewa; Lieutenant W. B. Cushing, commanding the Monticello; Commander S. D. Trenchard, commanding the Rhode Island; Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant A. R. Langthorne, commanding the Alabama; Acting-Volunteer-Lieutenant T. C. Dunn, commanding th. Gregory and P. H White; Acting-Third-Assistants, O. C. Chamberlain and W. F. Blakemore; Acting-Gunner, V. Peterkin. *Rhode Island Second rate. Commander, Stephen D. Trenchard; Lieutenant, F. R. Smith; Assistant-Surgeon, E. B. Bingham; Assistant Paymaster, W. L. Darling; Acting-Masters, C. O'Neill and Z. L. Tanner; Acting-En