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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 50: Second attack on Fort Fisher. (search)
lunteer-Lieutenant-Commander, J. D. Danels; Surgeon, Joseph Wilson; Assistant-Surgeon, L. M. Lyon; Acting Assistant Paymaster, J. E. Tolfree; Captain of Marines, William H. Parker; Acting-Masters, A. M. Keith and L. F. Timmerman; Acting-Ensigns, A. P. Sampson and E. N. Snow; Acting-Master's Mates, F. B. Atkinson, Edw. Thompson, J. B. Strout, E. P. Pope and Edw. Kearns; Engineers: Acting-Chief, John Germain; Acting-First-Assistant, W. H. Golden; Acting-Second-Assistants, William Welles and A. Williams; Acting-Third-Assistants, John Hyslop, Martin Glennon, George Germain, John O'Neil, William Wright and W. H. Garrison; Boatswain, Jasper Coghlan; Gunner, George Sirian; Carpenter, T. H. Bishop; Captain's Clerk, John S. Stodder. *Juniata--Second-rate. Captain, William R. Taylor; Lieutenant-Commander, Thomas S. Phelps, (commanded at Fort Fisher; Lieutenant, F. V. McNair; Surgeon, A. C. Gorgas; Paymaster, Caspar Schenck; Acting-Master, C. H. Hamilton; Ensign, Charles McGregor; Acting E
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Chapter 59: (search)
22, 1864 Stettin. Steamer Antona 136,202 02 4,526 60 131,675 42 New York May 10, 1864 Pocahontas. Steamer Atlanta 350,829 26 789 30 350,039 96 Boston April 23, 1864 Weehawken, Nahant, Cimarron. Boat Alice Waiting for prize list of Annie Williams. 597 62 143 66 453 96 Key West   Annie Williams. Steamer Alonzo Childs 5,000 00 275 91 4,724 09 Springfield Mar. 29, 1864 Baron De Kalb. Schooner Anita 75,489 99 5,650 70 69,839 29 New Orleans April 12, 1864 Granite City. Schooners AAnnie Williams. Steamer Alonzo Childs 5,000 00 275 91 4,724 09 Springfield Mar. 29, 1864 Baron De Kalb. Schooner Anita 75,489 99 5,650 70 69,839 29 New Orleans April 12, 1864 Granite City. Schooners Active and Blue Bell 875 10 172 71 702 39 do April 12, 1864 Owasco, Cayuga. Steamer Alabama 131,364 10 10,412 60 120,951 50 do April 23, 1864 San Jacin to, Eugene, Tennessee. Steamer Alice Vivian 237,300 81 20,240 28 217,060 53 Key West April 12, 1864 De Soto. Steamer Alliance 25,041 96 1,760 22 23,281 74 Boston July 21, 1864 South Carolina, T. A. Ward. Schooner Alma 3,531 00 745 14 2,785 86 New Orleans July 28, 1864 Virginia. Schooner Agnes 74,361 30 3,822 74 70,538 56 do Oct. 7,