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Ottawa, Ill. (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 8
eca, Chippewa, Wissahickin July 22WagnerNantucket, Ottawa, (gunboat) July 24Wagner to cover advanceWeehauken Nantucket. July 25WagnerG'bts Paul Jones, Seneca, Ottawa, Daiching. July 28WagnerGunb'ts Ottawa, Dalching, Ottawa, Dalching, Paul Jones July 29WagnerWeehauken., Kaats kill, Ottawa, (gbt) July 30WagnerIronsides, Patapsco, July 31rebeOttawa, (gbt) July 30WagnerIronsides, Patapsco, July 31rebel batteries on Morris IslandIronsides, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Ottawa, (gunboat.) August 1WagnerOttawa, (gbt) AOttawa, (gunboat.) August 1WagnerOttawa, (gbt) August 2WagnerMontauk, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Weehauken, Nahant, Passic, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 4WagnerMaOttawa, (gbt) August 2WagnerMontauk, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Weehauken, Nahant, Passic, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 4WagnerMarblehead, Ottawa, (gunboats,) August 6WagnerMontank, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 8WagnerMarblehead, (gbt) Ottawa, (gunboats,) August 6WagnerMontank, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 8WagnerMarblehead, (gbt) August 11Wagner and vicinityOttawa, Marblehead, Mahaska, (Gbts.) August 13rebel batteries on Morris IslandPaOttawa, Marblehead, Mahaska, (Gbts.) August 13rebel batteries on Morris IslandPatapsco, Kaatskill August 14rebel batteries on Morris IslandGunb'ts Dal Ching, Ottawa, Mahaska, Wissahickin, ROttawa, Mahaska, Wissahickin, Racer August 15Wagnergunboats Wissahickin, Mahaska, Ottawa, Dal Ching, Racer, Dan Smith. August 17rebel bat'r
Montauk (New York, United States) (search for this): article 8
advanceWeehauken, Flag, Ironsides, Kaatskill, Montauk, Patapsco, Nantucket. July 25WagnerG'bts Pau) August 1WagnerOttawa, (gbt) August 2WagnerMontauk, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Weehauken, Nahant, Passgner to prevent assaultWeehauken, Iron sides, Montauk, Nahant, Passaic, Kaatskill, Patapsco; gunboaing August 23SumterWeehauken, Ironsides, gbt Montauk September 1SumterWeehauken, Passaic, Patapsco, Montauk, Nahant. September 5Obstructions bet'n Sumter and GregWeehauken, Nahant, Patapsco. MonMontauk, Passaic, Lehigh. September 6Wagner and GreggLehigh, Nahant. September 7Batt'rs on Sullivan's Isl'd.Ironsides, Wechauken, Montauk, Passaic, Patapsco, Nahantt, Lehigh September 8Batt'rs on Su's Isl'd.Ironsides, Patapsco, Lehigh, Nahant, Montauk, and Weehauken, (ashore.) I shall now br at Ogecheetotal Hits Kaatskill138425862116 Montauk3014781541446214 Lehigh41283636 Passaic11910 Continuous 2.554902.86 Assumed 1.003601.33 Montauk 1.00252.40 It will be perceived that for
Fort Moultrie (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
ry of the Navy, of the services of the monitors before Charleston. The concluding portions of the report are of a general character as to the services and capabilities of the monitors, which we give in full. The accompanying report is from Commodore John Rodgers, who has had more experience with monitors in actual warfare than any other officer of the navy: After conflicts. The operations of the iron-clads against Morris Island were appropriately closed by a severe contest with Fort Moultrie, Batteries Bee, Beauregard, &c., to relieve the Weehawken, which had grounded under their fire, and was finally got off with some severe injuries, owing to the falling tide having exposed the hull under the overhang. There were other occasions when severe conflicts occurred with the rebel works on Sullivan's Island. And besides the principal attacks in force there were few days from the first attack (July 10th) to its evacuation (September 7th ) that some Iron-clads or gunboats wer
Nahant (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 8
t) August 2WagnerMontauk, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Weehauken, Nahant, Passic, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 4WagnerMarblehead,18Wagner to prevent assaultWeehauken, Iron sides, Montauk, Nahant, Passaic, Kaatskill, Patapsco; gunboats Canandalgua Mahaskk September 1SumterWeehauken, Passaic, Patapsco, Montauk, Nahant. September 5Obstructions bet'n Sumter and GregWeehauken, Nahant, Patapsco. Montauk, Passaic, Lehigh. September 6Wagner and GreggLehigh, Nahant. September 7Batt'rs on Sullivan's INahant. September 7Batt'rs on Sullivan's Isl'd.Ironsides, Wechauken, Montauk, Passaic, Patapsco, Nahantt, Lehigh September 8Batt'rs on Sullivan's Isl'd.Ironsides, Patapsco, Lehigh, Nahant, Montauk, and Weehauken, (ashore.) I shall now briefly comment on the various qualities of the muk3014781541446214 Lehigh41283636 Passaic11910790359134 Nahant1702766936165 Patapsco17823096471144 Weehauken26464313453 Of the eight monitors, one was always absent at Warsaw (Nahant or Nantucket) to blockade the rebel ram. The Lehigh d
Passaic, N. J. (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 8
th. August 18Wagner to prevent assaultWeehauken, Iron sides, Montauk, Nahant, Passaic, Kaatskill, Patapsco; gunboats Canandalgua Mahaska, Ottawa, Cimerone, Wissa hickin, Dal Ching Ladona. August 19WagnerIron sides, Passaic, Weehauken, gunboats Wissahickin, Mahaska, Dal Ching, Ladona, Ottawa. August 20rebel batteries on Morris August 23SumterWeehauken, Ironsides, gbt Montauk September 1SumterWeehauken, Passaic, Patapsco, Montauk, Nahant. September 5Obstructions bet'n Sumter and GregWeehauken, Nahant, Patapsco. Montauk, Passaic, Lehigh. September 6Wagner and GreggLehigh, Nahant. September 7Batt'rs on Sullivan's Isl'd.Ironsides, Wechauken, Montauk, Passaic, Patapsco, Nahantt, Lehigh September 8Batt'rs on Sullivan's Isl'd.Ironsides, Patapsco, Lehigh, Nahant, Montauk, and Weehauken, (ashore.) I shall now heetotal Hits Kaatskill138425862116 Montauk3014781541446214 Lehigh41283636 Passaic11910790359134 Nahant1702766936165 Patapsco17823096471144 Weehauken264643134
Marblehead (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 8
t 1WagnerOttawa, (gbt) August 2WagnerMontauk, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Weehauken, Nahant, Passic, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 4WagnerMarblehead, Ottawa, (gunboats,) August 6WagnerMontank, Marblehead,Marblehead, Ottawa, (gunboats,) August 6WagnerMontank, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 8WagnerMarblehead, (gbt) August 11Wagner and vicinityOttawa, Marblehead, Mahaska, (Gbts.) August 13rebel batteries on Morris IslandPatapsco, Kaatskill August 14rebel batteries oMarblehead, (gunboat.) August 8WagnerMarblehead, (gbt) August 11Wagner and vicinityOttawa, Marblehead, Mahaska, (Gbts.) August 13rebel batteries on Morris IslandPatapsco, Kaatskill August 14rebel batteries on Morris IslandGunb'ts Dal Ching, Ottawa, Mahaska, Wissahickin, Racer August 15Wagnergunboats Wissahickin, Mahaska, Ottawa, Dal Ching, Racer, Dan Smith. August 17rebel bat'rs on Morris Island to divMarblehead, (gbt) August 11Wagner and vicinityOttawa, Marblehead, Mahaska, (Gbts.) August 13rebel batteries on Morris IslandPatapsco, Kaatskill August 14rebel batteries on Morris IslandGunb'ts Dal Ching, Ottawa, Mahaska, Wissahickin, Racer August 15Wagnergunboats Wissahickin, Mahaska, Ottawa, Dal Ching, Racer, Dan Smith. August 17rebel bat'rs on Morris Island to divert fire from our batteries, which opened on SumterMortar boats Racer, Dan Smith. August 18Wagner to prevent assaultWeehauken, Iron sides, Montauk, Nahant, Passaic, Kaatskill, Patapsco; gunboats CanaMarblehead, Mahaska, (Gbts.) August 13rebel batteries on Morris IslandPatapsco, Kaatskill August 14rebel batteries on Morris IslandGunb'ts Dal Ching, Ottawa, Mahaska, Wissahickin, Racer August 15Wagnergunboats Wissahickin, Mahaska, Ottawa, Dal Ching, Racer, Dan Smith. August 17rebel bat'rs on Morris Island to divert fire from our batteries, which opened on SumterMortar boats Racer, Dan Smith. August 18Wagner to prevent assaultWeehauken, Iron sides, Montauk, Nahant, Passaic, Kaatskill, Patapsco; gunboats Canandalgua Mahaska, Ottawa, Cimerone, Wissa hickin, Dal Ching Ladona. August 19WagnerIron sides, Passaic, Weehauken, gunboats Wissahickin, Mahaska, Dal Ching, Ladona, Ottawa. August 20rebel batteries o
Morris Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
ts. The operations of the iron-clads against Morris Island were appropriately closed by a severe contest wirIronsides, Patapsco, July 31rebel batteries on Morris IslandIronsides, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Ottawa, (gunboat.d, Mahaska, (Gbts.) August 13rebel batteries on Morris IslandPatapsco, Kaatskill August 14rebel batteries on Morris IslandGunb'ts Dal Ching, Ottawa, Mahaska, Wissahickin, Racer August 15Wagnergunboats Wissahickin, Mahasing, Racer, Dan Smith. August 17rebel bat'rs on Morris Island to divert fire from our batteries, which opened ng, Ladona, Ottawa. August 20rebel batteries on Morris IslandIronsides. August 21Sumter and WagnerIronsides, I. Endurance.--During the operations against Morris Island, the nine Iron-clads fired eight thousand projecrequently inconvenient in attacking the works on Morris Island, for at certain stages of the tide vessels tall annel, and present bow and stern to the beach of Morris Island. So that sometimes it was necessary to delay pl
Sullivan's Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
rfare than any other officer of the navy: After conflicts. The operations of the iron-clads against Morris Island were appropriately closed by a severe contest with Fort Moultrie, Batteries Bee, Beauregard, &c., to relieve the Weehawken, which had grounded under their fire, and was finally got off with some severe injuries, owing to the falling tide having exposed the hull under the overhang. There were other occasions when severe conflicts occurred with the rebel works on Sullivan's Island. And besides the principal attacks in force there were few days from the first attack (July 10th) to its evacuation (September 7th ) that some Iron-clads or gunboats were not engaged in firing at the enemy's works, so as to facilitate the labor of our troops ashore, as will be perceived by the following sample from the record: Date --1863ObjectVess's engaged. July 18assault on WagnerMontank, Flag, Kaats kill, Nantucket, Weehauken, Patapson; gunboats Paul Janes, Ottawa, Sene
John A. Dahlgren (search for this): article 8
The Yankee Iron-Clad Navy--Admiral Dahlgren's opinion of monitors. We have before us a copy of Rear Admiral Dahlgren's report to the Secretary of the Navy, of the services of the monitors before Charleston. The concluding portions of the report are of a general character as to the services and capabilities of the monitors, Rear Admiral Dahlgren's report to the Secretary of the Navy, of the services of the monitors before Charleston. The concluding portions of the report are of a general character as to the services and capabilities of the monitors, which we give in full. The accompanying report is from Commodore John Rodgers, who has had more experience with monitors in actual warfare than any other officer of the navy: After conflicts. The operations of the iron-clads against Morris Island were appropriately closed by a severe contest with Fort Moultrie, Batteries Bhastily and under great pressure of business, which will; I hope, excuse such imperfections as may have inadvertently occurred. With more leisure I could do full justice to this interesting subject. I have the honor to be, &c. John A. Dahlgren, Rear Admiral, Commanding S. A. B. S. Hon. Gidson Weles, Secretary of the Navy.
at the enemy's works, so as to facilitate the labor of our troops ashore, as will be perceived by the following sample from the record: Date --1863ObjectVess's engaged. July 18assault on WagnerMontank, Flag, Kaats kill, Nantucket, Weehauken, Patapson; gunboats Paul Janes, Ottawa, Seneca, Chippewa, Wissahickin July 22WagnerNantucket, Ottawa, (gunboat) July 24Wagner to cover advanceWeehauken, Flag, Ironsides, Kaatskill, Montauk, Patapsco, Nantucket. July 25WagnerG'bts Paul Jones, Seneca, Ottawa, Daiching. July 28WagnerGunb'ts Ottawa, Dalching, Paul Jones July 29WagnerWeehauken., Kaats kill, Ottawa, (gbt) July 30WagnerIronsides, Patapsco, July 31rebel batteries on Morris IslandIronsides, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Ottawa, (gunboat.) August 1WagnerOttawa, (gbt) August 2WagnerMontauk, Kaatskill, Patapsco, Weehauken, Nahant, Passic, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 4WagnerMarblehead, Ottawa, (gunboats,) August 6WagnerMontank, Marblehead, (gunboat.) August 8WagnerMarblehead, (gb
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