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Lincoln's trident : the West Gulf Blockading Squadron during the Civil War by Browning, Robert M., 1955-
DDC/LCC
  447 7 2014 2015
Reports of the naval engagements on the Mississippi River, resulting in the capture of Forts Jackson and St. Philip and the city of New Orleans, and the destruction of the rebel naval flotilla by United States. Navy Department
LCC
  74 4 1862 1862
Letter of the Secretary of the Navy : in answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 22d ultimo, transmitting the official reports and documents conected with the recent engagements on the Mississippi River, which resulted in the capture of Forts Jackson, St. Philip, and the city of New Orleans, the destruction of the Rebel flotilla, &c by United States. Navy Department
DDC/LCC
  48 6 1862 1862
The West Gulf Blockade, 1861-1865 : an evaluation by Glover, Robert W.
LCC
  10 5 1974 1974
The blockade-runner Denbigh and the Union Navy : including Glover's analysis of the West Gulf Blockade and archival materials and notes by Glover, Robert W.
DDC/LCC
  9 1 2015 2015
General Order no. 8 : U.S. Flag Ship Glasgow, New Orleans, La., April 22, 1865. In token of respect to the late Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, all officers of the West Gulf Squadron will wear crape on the left arm for a period of ninety days from this date. Each vessel of the Squadron will fire a salute of minute guns, at meridian, the day after the receipt of this order . by Thatcher, Henry Knox, 1806-1880
LCC
  1 1 1865 1865
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