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Fort Gaines (Alabama, United States) (search for this): entry parker-foxhall-alexander
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Annapolis (Maryland, United States) (search for this): entry parker-foxhall-alexander
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Foxhall Alexander Parker (search for this): entry parker-foxhall-alexander
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
Parker, Foxhall Alexander 1821-1879 Naval officer; born in New York City, Aug. 5, 1821; graduated at the Naval Academy in 1843; served through the Civil War with distinction; was promoted commodore in 1872. His publications include Fleet tactics under steam; Squadron tactics under steam; The naval howitzer afloat; The naval howitzer ashore; The battle of Mobile Bay and the capture of forts Powell, Gaines, and Morgan, under the command of David G. Farragut and Gordon Granger, etc. He also contributed naval biographies to Johnson's universal Cyclopaedia. He died in Annapolis, Md. June 10, 1879.
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