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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)
took place in 1864, when the ram Albemarle made her appearance at Plymouth. This vessel was built at Edward's Ferry, on the Roanoke River. 3, by Lieutenant-Commander Flusser, commanding the naval forces at Plymouth, an officer whose bravery and ability had won recognition both in s were made for a combined movement against the Federal forces at Plymouth. On the 17th and 18th, vigorous attacks were made upon the forts shots were exchanged, but without effect on either side. Next day Plymouth surrendered. It now became a matter of importance to reinforce he Otsego. The Albemarle at this time was lying at the wharf at Plymouth, on the right bank of the river, eight miles from its mouth. The river, the launch came to an open reach upon which lay the town of Plymouth . Here a fire had been kindled on the bank, which reflected a fainThe ram heeled over and sank at her moorings and so remained until Plymouth was finally recaptured. The South Atlantic Blockading Squadron
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), Appendix A. (search)
Squadron (Pensacola). MohawkNew York. CrusaderNew York. Sumter Coast of Africa. MysticCoast of Africa. 3Side-wheel steamersMichiganLake Erie. PulaskiCoast of Brazil. SaginawEast Indies. 1Steam-tenderAnacostiaWashington. — 42 Available, but not in commission. No. of vessels.Class.Name.Station. 1Ship-of-the-lineVermontBoston. 5Sailing-frigatesPotomacNew York. BrandywineNew York. St. LawrencePhiladelphia. RaritanNorfolk. Santee Kittery. 9Sailing-sloopsSavannahNew York. PlymouthNorfolk. JamestownPhiladelphia GermantownNorfolk. VincennesBoston. DecaturSan Francisco. MarionPortsmouth, N. H. DalePortsmouth, N. H. PrebleBoston. 3BrigsBainbridgeBoston . PerryNew York. DolphinNorfolk. 5Screw-frigatesRoanokeNew York. ColoradoBoston. MerrimacNorfolk. MinnesotaBoston. WabashNew York. 1Screw — sloop (1st class)PensacolaNorfolk. 1Side-wheel steamerMississippiBoston. 1Side-wheel steamer (3d class.)Water WitchPhiladelphia. 1Steam-tenderJohn HancockSan Francis