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James Russell Soley, Professor U. S. Navy, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.1, The blockade and the cruisers (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 4: (search)
headlands, Cape Hatteras, Cape Lookout, and Cape Fear. The sand-belt is broken at intervals by sh shape of a blockader between Cape Henry and Cape Fear. The force in Hampton Roads was composed ofising off the coast. Hickley did not round Cape Fear on his second cruise; had he done so, he would have found one vessel off the mouth of Cape Fear River. This was the steamer Daylight, which araylight took her station off the mouth of Cape Fear River. With this diminutive force began the fa the blockaders. The town is situated on Cape Fear River, about twenty-eight miles from its mouth.trip of sand and shoal, with the headland of Cape Fear projecting far out at the southern extremity. Continuing the line of Cape Fear, the dangerous Frying Pan Shoals extend out ten miles farther, g force. Smithville, a small town on the Cape Fear River about equidistant from the two entrances,he Monticello was blockading the mouth of Cape Fear River. On the night of the 28th, Cushing fitte[1 more...]
0 et seq.; violation of neutrality by, 190, 200, 225 et seq. Brooke, Lieutenant John M., 22; restores Merrimac, 54 Brooklyn, the, 11, 121, 173 et seq., 195, 198 Buchanan, Captain, Franklin, commands Merrimac, 62; wounded, 68, 76 Cape Fear River, 91 et seq. Chaplin, Lieutenant, bravery of, 86 Charleston, S. C., blockade of, 34, 84 et seq., 87 et seq., 107 et seq.; attempts to raise blockade of, 109, 111 et seq., 158 et seq. Chicora, the, attempts to raise blockade of Charlefficer, Wm. W., relieves Commodore Mervine, 123 Maffitt, Captain, 137 et seq.; commands the Florida, 184 Mallory, Confederate Secretary of Navy, 22 Manassas, the, 129 Maps, the Blockaded Coast, 36; Hampton Roads, 50; entrances to Cape Fear River, 92; entrances to Charleston Harbor, 106; passes of the Mississippi, 127; entrance to Mobile Bay, 133; Galveston Harbor and entrance, 145 Marston, Captain, John, 60, 67 Mason, Confederate commissioner, seized, 177 et seq. Massachusett