Browsing named entities in a specific section of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore). Search the whole document.
Found 231 total hits in 67 results.
Doc. 6.-expedition to Jacksonville, Fla. Report of Brig.-General Brannan. headquarters ex
with his gunboats, proceeded immediately to Jacksonville, for the purpose of destroying all boats an command, I proceeded up the river as far as Jacksonville, in the Ben Deford, with 785 infantry.
I transport Cosmopolitan.
I ascertained at Jacksonville that the enemy commenced evacuating the blu The vessels then ascended the St. John's to Jacksonville, and there learned that the rebel forces ha in possession of St. John's River as far as Jacksonville.
I have the honor to be, sir, very respe atteries, which brought down a steamer from Jacksonville, and she soon went back with what looked to le at once steamed without opposition up to Jacksonville, where they anchored, remaining all night.
very jealous of the more prosperous town of Jacksonville.
It is thought by the people of JacksonvilJacksonville that he got up the batteries and made show of fighting in order to provoke the destruction of the