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3 edition of Confederate States navy register for 1862. found in the catalog.

Confederate States navy register for 1862.

Confederate States of America. Navy.

Confederate States navy register for 1862.

by Confederate States of America. Navy.

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Published by Enquirer book and job press, Tyler, Wise, Allegre and Smith in Richmond .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Confederate States of America. Navy -- Registers.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers.

    • Edition Notes

      GenreRegisters.
      ContributionsMallory, Stephen R. 1813-1873., Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsV11.C8 A5 1862
      The Physical Object
      Pagination12 p.
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6281909M
      LC Control Number32031056

      -- SHIPS of the CONFEDERATE STATES --CSS Virginia (), ex-USS Merrimack. On 20 April , when Virginia authorities took over the Norfolk Navy Yard after its evacuatuation by Federal forces, they found, among other valuable items, the hulk of the steam frigate USS Merrimack. Though burned to the waterline and sunk, the big ship's lower. In May , 37 year-old Lt. William Harwar Parker, CSN, took command of Richmond. Parker was born on 8 October in New York City and became a US Navy midshipman at the age of After the Southern states began seceding in , he joined the Virginia State Navy and, in June , the Confederate States Navy.

      Navy Ensigns, Pennants, and Jacks, Navy Ensigns, Pennants, and Jacks, Navy Rank Flags CS Navy Signal Flags Ensigns of the Confederate States Revenue Service CS Navy Regulations Involving Flags Return to the Confederate Flags Home Page.   Regulations for the Navy of the Confederate States, ARTICLE 1. Constant attention to duty enjoined on all. All persons in the navy are to be constant in their attention to their duties, never absenting themselves therefrom without the consent of their immediate commanding officer, nor remaining out of the vessels to which they may belong during the night, after the watch is set, without.

      The Navy of the Confederate States (CSN) was the Navy of the Confederate States of the Confederacy established itself in , the elected president, Jefferson Davis appointed Stephen Mallory as his Secretary of the Confederate Navy. At the time the South had no ships capable of challenging the United States Navy's did not have the shipbuilding capability or the raw. The medical needs of the Confederate States Navy were partially met by an act of organization (Ma ) which provided for the appointment of five surgeons and five assistant surgeons; such personnel would become officers in the naval program.


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Confederate States navy register for 1862 by Confederate States of America. Navy. Download PDF EPUB FB2

United States. Office of Naval Records and Library. Register of Officers of the Confederate States Navy,book, ; Washington D.C. (://metapth/: accessed May 4, ), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, ; crediting UNT Libraries.

Register of Officers of the Confederate States Navy, Page: 6 p. ; 23 cm. This book is part of the collection entitled: War of the Rebellion and was provided to The Portal to Texas History by the UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.

Get this from a library. Confederate States Navy register for [Confederate States of America. Navy Department.]. Virginia Myers McBlair papers, Manuscript Collection No. linear ft. (1 box) Papers of Virginia Myers McBlair and her husband William McBlair who served in the Confederate States of America Navy during the Civil War.

The collection also contains letters to Virginia from her parents, Samuel Myers and Louisa Marx Myers of Norfolk. Register of the commissioned and warrant officers of the Navy of the Confederate States, to January 1, by Confederate States of America.

Navy; Mallory, Stephen R. (Stephen Russell), ; Confederate States of America. Navy. Laws of the Navy p. Pages: France and the Confederate navy, An international episode; (New York, Harper & brothers, ), by John Bigelow (page images at HathiTrust) Laws for the Army and Navy of the Confederate States.

(Richmond, Ritchie & Dunnavant, ), by Confederate States of America and Confederate States of America. Provisional Congress (page images. Special Report: Confederate States of America Navy Department, J (Richmond, VA, ).

Signals for the Use of the Navy of the Confederate States, (Richmond, VA: Enquirer Book and Job Press, ). Navy Department. Regulations for the Navy of the Confederate States (Richmond, VA: Macfarlane & Fergusson, Printers, ). Order books, –, of French Forrest (–), commandant of the Confederate States Navy Yard at Gosport, Virginia, containing orders and correspondence concerning the day-to-day operations of the Navy Yard and the Naval Hospital, including movement of supplies and personnel, coordination of efforts with the army and civilian authority, and patrols to watch the Union navy.

33) Insignia of ranks for Line officers: 34) Insignia of ranks for Civil officers: table A 35) Insignia of ranks for Civil officers: table B 36) Insignia of ranks for Civil officers: table A 37) Insignia of ranks for Civil officers: table B 38) Flags of Confederate States Revenue Cutter Service.

History of the Confederate States Navy from Its Organization to the Surrender of Its Last Vessel: Its Stupendous Struggle with the Great Navy of the United States; the Engagements Fought in the Rivers and Harbors of the South, and Upon the High Seas; Blockade-running, First Use of Iron-clads and Torpedoes, and Privateer History.

Regulations for the Navy of the Confederate States Chapter III – General Regulations. Article – Tattoos to be beaten and colors to be hoisted, when. When the sun sets at or after six o’clock, tattoo shall be beat at nine o’clock in the evening, and the colors be hoisted at eight o’clock in the morning; and when it sets before six o’clock, tattoo shall be beat at eight o.

Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., scanned book at Indiana Iowa.

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Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Navy of the Confederate States, to January 1, (Richmond, VA: Macfarlane and Fergusson, ), by Confederate States of America Navy multiple formats at The collection consists of records of the Savannah River Squadron, Confederate States of America Navy from The records contain official papers and correspondence concerning the Squadron's vessels plus the Atlanta, Oconee, Amazon, and the Leesburg.

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Published in by the U.S. Naval War Records Office with title: Officers of the Confederate States navy, Description: [20], pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Other Titles: Naval officers, CSN. Officers of the Confederates States Navy, Responsibility.

It fell into Confederate hands when the Norfolk Gosport Navy Yard was captured from the Union at the outset of The War Between The States. During the morning of 20 Aprilthe commander of the navy yard, Commodore C.S. McCauley, ordered his forces to spike the navy yard's guns and scuttle the ships rather than allow them to be captured.5/5(2).The act of the Confederate Congress that created the Confederate Navy on Febru also appointed Stephen Mallory as Secretary of the Department of the Navy.

Mallory was experienced as an admiralty lawyer and had served for a time as the chairman of the Country: Confederate States.