Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Essex” in chapter 1.7 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33.:
...icer Farragut, was to do the same, and attack the lower batteries; the Essex was to push on, strike the rebel ram, deliver her fire, and then fall behind the lower fleet. This armored ram, the Essex was held to be the strongest vessel of war in the Federal fleet. She was, in appearance, unlike the Arkansas, having sloping sides and shields fore and aft, pierced and carrying three heavy guns ea...
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