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        LC Classifications1897
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        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages72
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On January 10, 1834, he was appointed midshipman in the United States Navy and spent the next several years at sea and ashore at the U.

John's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.on 18 October 1897. The first battle between steam driven, armored ships had ended in a draw.

John L. Worden (1818

A month later, newly promoted Capt. Between 1844 and 1846, Worden was stationed at the in During thehe cruised the west coast, primarily in the store shipbut in other ships as well.

Army Coast Artillery Corps Fort. Naval Academy, during which time he was promoted to Rear Admiral.

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While Port Townsend offered the delights and conveniences of civilization, this Army base offered its residents a self-contained place that offered everything that was needed. He reported to her building site at in on and supervised her completion. Federal Identification Number EIN : 54-1426643. Not long after the Charleston attack, Capt.

At daybreak on the 9th, Virginia emerged once more from behind Sewell's Point to complete her reduction of the Federal fleet at Hampton Roads. From the description of Papers, 1862-1899.