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Savannah (Georgia, United States) (search for this): entry cottineau-denis-nicholas
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
United States (United States) (search for this): entry cottineau-denis-nicholas
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
Denis Nicholas Cottineau (search for this): entry cottineau-denis-nicholas
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
September 23rd, 1779 AD (search for this): entry cottineau-denis-nicholas
Cottineau, Denis Nicholas 1746-1798 Naval officer; born in Nantes, France, in 1746; became a lieutenant in the French navy; and in the battle between the American squadron under Paul Jones and the British fleet under Sir Richard Pearson, Sept. 23, 1779, commanded the American ship Pallas. Cottineau is mentioned in high terms by James Fenimore Cooper in his History of the Navy of the United States. He died in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 29, 1798. cotton, John
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