3 edition of chase of the Rebel steamer of war Oreto found in the catalog.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E595.F6 P9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||03031197|
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The Chase of the Rebel Steamer of War Oreto: Commander J. Maffitt, C. N., Into the Bay of Mobile, by the United States Steam Sloop Oneida, Henry Preble, U. N., September 4, Paperback – Febru Author: George Henry Preble. The chase of the Rebel steamer of war Oreto Paperback – Decem by George Henry Preble Author: George Henry Preble [from old catalog].
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The chase of the rebel steamer of war Oreto, Commander J.N. Maffitt, C.S.N., into the Bay of Mobile, by the United States steam sloop Oneida, Commander Geo. Henry Preble, U.S.N., September 4, [George Henry Preble].
The chase of the rebel steamer of war Oreto: Commander J.N. Maffitt, C.S.N., into the Bay of Mobile, by the United States steam sloop Oneida, Commander Geo. Henry Preble, U.S.N., September 4, Preble, George Henry, The Chase of the Rebel Steamer of War, Oreto, Commander J.
Maffitt Into the Bay of Mobile, by the United States Steam Sloop, Oneida, Commander G. Preble George Henry PREBLE. The Chase of the Rebel Steamer of War Oreto, Commander J. Maffitt, C. N., Into the Bay of Mobile, by the United States Steam Sloop Oneida.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. George Henry Preble (Preble, George Henry, ) Books from the extended shelves: Preble, George Henry, The chase of the Rebel steamer of war Oreto, (Cambridge, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
The chase of the rebel steamer of war Oreto, Commander J. Maffitt, C. N., into the Bay of Mobile, by the United States steam sloop Oneida, Commander Geo. Henry Author: George Henry Preble. Included are published articles and letters to and from George Henry Preble; photographs of Preble and Capt.
Maffitt; clippings; and Preble's The Chase of the Rebel Steamer of War Oreto, Commander J. Maffitt, C.S.N. into the Bay of Mobile, by the United States Steam Sloop Oneida, Commander Geo.
Henry Preble, U.S.N. September 4, The New Rebel Pirate The Chase of the Steamer Franconia. Sept. 19, and there is no English man-of-war at present known to be in that vicinity.
Southern sympathizers claim that four of. Selected by Civil War Interactive as One of the Top Civil War Books of All Time On Ap —one year to the day after Confederate guns opened on Fort Sumter and started the Civil War—a tall, mysterious smuggler and self-appointed Union spy named James J.
Andrews and nineteen infantry volunteers infiltrated north Georgia and stole a steam engine called the by: 4. Capt. TERRY, of the steamship Northern Light, arrived at this port, informs us that news had been received at Key West that the Confederate steamer Oreto had got out of Mobile, and captured a.
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Chase of the Rebel Steamer of War "Oreto" (Cambridge, ) A genealogical Sketch of the First Three Generations of Prebles in America (Boston, ) First Cruise of the United States Frigate "Essex Born: FebruPortland, Maine, U.S.
HAVANA, Saturday, Sept. The famous Oreto, now called the Florida, a wooden screw-steamer built for the rebels, left Nassau on the 6th ult. for Green Key, where her guns were got out and mounted. The Miller Family, Shipbuilders. Information about the building and deployment of CSS Florida from the book Lelia by Chris Michael (with permission) - see here.
Thomas Miller had been with his father William in the office off Sefton Street of their Liverpool shipbuilding company in June when they received an attractive proposition. Chase of the Rebel Steamer of War Oreto: Commander J.N. Maffitt, C.S.N., 1 copy; Early ship-building in Massachusetts 1 copy; Genealogical Sketch of the First Three Generations of Prebles in America: 1 copy; The Chase of the Rebel Steamer of War Oreto, Commander J.N.
Maffitt, C. 1 copy; The Mariners' Compass (United service) 1 copy. The Release of the Pirate Steamer Oreto Trade with the Rebel Ports, &c. British Queen has been the decision of the pirate steamer Oreto's case in the Court of Admirally.
the term of the war. The chase of the rebel steamer of war Oreto, Commander J.N. Maffitt, C.S.N., into the Bay of Mobile, by the United States steam sloop Oneida, Commander Geo.
Henry Preble, U.S.N., September 4, Preble, George Henry, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries. The rebel steamer Oreto, which has been lying in Mobile Bay for some months, succeeded in escaping to sea in the presence of seven blockading vessels.
The R.R. Cuyler, one of the fastest steamers.On the 22d of March the vessel sailed from Liverpool. At the same time the steamer Bahama left Hartlepool for Nassau, carrying the Oreto's battery. The new cruiser arrived at Nassau April 28th, consigned to Adderly & Co., the Confederate agents at that port, and a .of the Massachusetts Order of the Loyal Legion.
He was the author of “Chase of the Rebel Steamer of War ‘Oreto’ ();” “The Preble Family in America,” ; “First Cruise of the United States Frigate Essex,” ; “History of the American Flag,” ; and “Steam Navigation,”