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Preface 3.1: the Federal Navy and the South French E. Chadwick, Rear-Admiral, United States Navy
The southern flag floating over Sumter on April 16, 1861--South Carolina troops drilling on the parade, two days after forcing out Anderson and his federal garrison — the flag is mounted on the parapet to the right of the former flagstaff, which has been shattered in the course of the bombardment from Charleston
Beginning of the blockade, 1861-the stars and bars over Barrancas
which, like the mills of God, grinds slowly, but grinds exceedingly small.
It was the command of the sea which finally told and made certain the success of the army and the reuniting of the States.
[To the discussion presented above by Admiral Chadwick may be added the following expression of opinion by one of the foremost military students of modern Europe: The cooperation of the United States navy with their army in producing a decisive effect upon the whole character of the military ope