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  1. Civil War Navies, 1855-1883 (The U.S. Navy Warship Series) by Paul H. Silverstone, 2006-10-20
  2. Warships of the Civil War Navies by Paul H. Silverstone, 1989-12
  3. Blue & Gray Navies: The Civil War Afloat by Spencer C. Tucker, 2006-08
  4. Autographed Letter Signed by the Civil War Navy officer who became an by Henry Walton (Admiral) GRINNELL, 1901
  5. American Civil War Navies: A Bibliography (American Naval Bibliography) by Myron J. Smith, 1972-06
  6. Battle Flags South: Story of the Civil War Navies on Western Waters by James M. Merrill, 1975-01
  7. Campaigns of the Civil War and the Navy in the Civil War
  8. Battle Flags South: The Story of the Civil War Navies on Western Water by James M. Merrill, 1970
  9. The Navies (CIVIL WAR LIBRARY, Volume 6)
  10. The Rebel Raiders: The Astonishing History of the Confederacy's Secret Navy (American Civil War) by James T. Dekay, 2003-07-29
  11. Under Two Flags: The American Navy in the Civil War (Bluejacket Books) by William M. Fowler Jr., 2001-12
  12. Conrad Elroy, Powder Monkey: The Role of the Navy in the Civil War (Reading Essentials in Social Studies) by Alvin Robert Cunningham, 2003-08-15
  13. NAVY GRAY (Civil War Georgia) by Maxine Turner, 1999-02-01
  14. African Americans in the navy during the Civil War: interview with Steven J. Ramold and William B. Gould IV.(Book Review): An article from: The Journal of African American History by Helen Hannon, 2004-09-22

1. Ironclads And Blockade Runners
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USS Essex near Baton Rouge, 1863
USS Atlanta (ex-CSS Atlanta ) on the James River, 1864 Last updated on 10 January 2003.
The combat of the Merrimac and the Monitor made the greatest change in sea-fighting since cannon fired by gunpowder had been mounted on ships...
├é┬ŚWinston Churchill, History of the English-Speaking Peoples For the navies, the American Civil War began on 12 April 1861 when Fort Sumter was fired upon, and it ended on 23 June 1865 with the official raising of the blockade. However, the first shots of the war were really those fired at the steamer Star of the West as she approached Charleston Harbor on 9 January 1861; and the cruiser CSS Shenandoah did not finally haul down her flag until 7 November 1865. In between these dates occurred more naval actions than in the rest of the world combined in the period between 1815 and 1914. Usually thought of as a land war, the American Civil War was also by far the largest naval war of the era. Action occurred in the English Channel, in the Indian Ocean, and the Bering Sea, as well as along the Southern and Northern coasts and up the rivers. Some hardly qualified as skirmishes; some were wholesale battles with major strategic consequences. At the junction of naval warfare and industrial technology were two very special types of ship, the likes of which had hardly ever been seen before in the world. The ironclads were the advent of the modern armored, self-propelled warship, and the blockade runners took wholesale smuggling to new technological heights. Under the immense pressure of war, technology advanced at a breakneck pace. These pages are dedicated to these fascinating ships, their designers, and the valiant crews of both sides who sailed and fought them.

2. The American Civil War Naval War
Monitor Down, The Official Records about the sinking of the Monitor. . Naval War, An Introduction, A great place to start your study of the civil war navies.
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The American Civil War
"Naval War" This portion of the Home of the Civil War website is designed to provide the reader with a brief insight into a little known aspect of the late Rebellion, The Naval War. While this portion of the Rebellion is little discussed, both the Federal and the Confederate Navies played a vital part in the war. The early establishment of the blockade and Farragut's capture of New Orleans not only brought about the economic strangulation of the South but also killed any hope the Confederates had of French intervention . The Navy also had a critical role in the strategy that split the Confederacy by capturing the line of the Mississippi.
In 1861 the US Navy was in a demoralized condition with its 1,457 officers and 7,600 men scattered all over the globe. Less than half of its 90 ships were ready for active service. Of its meager officer personnel, the following defected to the South: 16 captains, 34 commanders, 76 lieutenants, and 111 regular and acting midshipmen (Miller, VI, 78). Abandonment of the Norfolk Navy Yard, 20-21 Apr.'61, resulted in the loss of 11 ships and 3,000 pieces of ordnance. After Gideon Welles was appointed Sec. of the Navy, he and his assistant Sec., Gustavus V. Fox, built the US Navy in four years from 23 to 641 ships of all types. Birth of The Ironclads Ever thought about how the Merrimac came about? Here's a nice concise history of events that gave birth to the "first" ironclad.

3. U.S. Civil War Navies.
US civil war navies. A Collection of Articles, Muster Rolls and Images of the Union and Confederate Naval Services. Research Guide civil war navies,
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U.S. Civil War Navies.
A Collection of Articles, Muster Rolls and Images of the Union and Confederate Naval Services.
USS Agawam on the James River, Virginia, 1864.
(Image courtesy, Naval Historical Center collection.) CSS Florida at Brest, France.
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Click on image to view a larger version. by Terry Foenander. All images, transcriptions and other items have been reproduced from sources as noted at the appropriate page and any similarities to items contained in other publications or on other Internet sites is purely coincidental and unintentional. Any material copied from other publications or Internet sites is used with the express permission of the original author, and is stated as such. United States Navy. Loss of the USS Lavender Crew of the USS Tecumseh ... U.S.S. Mackinaw
An examination of a photograph of what is described as the USS Agawam , but in actual fact, is another vessel, in that class of gunboats. U.S. Naval Officers' Pay Table. Naval Skirmishes 1: Capture of a Crew from the USS Cambridge, November 17, 1862. ... General Courts Martial and Courts of Inquiry of the Navy Department.
Includes links to several cases from these microfilmed transcripts. More transcripts will be added at a later date. Charles E. Chenery, Assistant Paymaster,

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A Collection of Articles, Muster Rolls and Images of the Union and Confederate Naval Services.
USS Agawam on the James River, Virginia, 1864.
(Image courtesy, Naval Historical Center collection.) CSS Florida at Brest, France.
(Image No. #NH49994, Naval Historical Center collection.)
Click on image to view a larger version. by Terry Foenander. All images, transcriptions and other items have been reproduced from sources as noted at the appropriate page and any similarities to items contained in other publications or on other Internet sites is purely coincidental and unintentional. Any material copied from other publications or Internet sites is used with the express permission of the original author, and is stated as such. United States Navy. Carrying Dispatches Through Enemy Lines.
Summary of Civil War Decklogs, Available at the National Archives.
List of officers and men of the USS Morning Light ... U.S.S. Mackinaw
An examination of a photograph of what is described as the USS Agawam , but in actual fact, is another vessel, in that class of gunboats.

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US civil war navies, A Collection of Articles, Muster Rolls and Images of the Union and Confederate Naval Services Includes official reports, eyewitness
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    Call Number: NONFIC 973.75 CALORE Coombe, Jack D. Gunfire Around the Gulf: The Last Major Naval Campaigns of the Civil War. New York: Bantam Books, 1999.
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17. Civil War Navies, 1855-1883
civil war navies, 18551883. civil war navies, 1855-1883 by Authors Paul H. Silverstone Released February, 2001 ISBN 1557508941 Hardcover Sales Rank 246,878,
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Civil War Navies, 1855-1883 > Customer Review #1: Excellent supplementary book

This book is an ideal companion to other histories of the Civil War. Its title, however, is a bit misleading. It is a book about ships, not about navies. It gives the vital statistics and brief service records for all the Union and Confederate ships but contains little else. Its real value is that it "puts a face" to the ship names in most civil war histories.
Civil War Navies, 1855-1883 > Related Products Mississippi River Gunboats of the American Civil War 1861-65 (New Vanguard, 49) The Sailing Navy, 1775-1854 Union River Ironclad 1861-65 Union Monitor 1861-65 (New Vanguard 45) ... history of military

18. Civil War Navy Bibliography
Silverstone, Paul H. Warships of the civil war navies. Annapolis MD Naval Institute Press, 1989. * . civil war navies, 18551883.
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Civil War Navy Bibliography
Union Admiral David Glasgow Farragut Following is a listing of books that I've used in my study (along with the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion , of course). An asterisk (*) indicates a book in my possession. A Diamond ( ) indicates the book is particularly recommended (IMHO). Last updated on 13 March 2003. * Amadon, George F. Rise of the Ironclads. Missoula MT: Pictorial Histories Publishing, 1988. * Ammen, Daniel. The Atlantic Coast. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1883. Reprint by Broadfoot Publishing, Wilmington NC, 1989. * Anderson, Bern. By Sea and By River: The Naval History of the Civil War. New York: Knopf, 1962. Reprint by Da Capo, 1989. * Baxter, James Phinney III. The Introduction of the Ironclad Warship. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1933. Reprint by Archon Books, 1968. * Bearss, Edwin C. The Fall of Fort Henry . Dover TN: Eastern National Park and Monument Association, 1989. Hardluck Ironclad . Baton Rouge LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1966. Revised edition, 1980.

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