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|Contributions||Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress), YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||AC901 .M5 vol. 468, no. 11|
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Download concise statement of the action of Congress, in relation to a navy yard for iron clad vessels
A concise statement of the action of Congress in relation to a navy yard for iron clad vessels: with extracts from reports made on the subject, and the comparative expense of a navy yard at League Island and New London.
A concise statement of the action of Congress in relation to a navy yard for iron clad vessels with extracts from reports made on the subject, and the comparative expense of a navy yard at League Island and New London.
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At the close of last year, a resolution passed both Houses of Congress, calling upon the Secretary of the Navy to communicate all official reports and dispatches and papers in the Navy Department, relating to actions in which any of the armored vessels have been engaged.
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USS Congress () —the fourth United States Navy ship to carry that name—was a sailing frigate, like her predecessor, USS Congress (). Congress served in the Mediterranean, South Atlantic Ocean, and in the Pacific Ocean. She continued to operate as an American warship until the American Civil War Launched: August 16, at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
in relation to the construction of the iron-clad Monitor. JULY 25, —Ordered to lie on the table and be printed. July 25, —Ordered that extra copies be printed for the use of the Navy Department.
NAVY DEPARTMENT, July 25, Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack, also called Battle of Hampton Roads, (March 9, ), in the American Civil War, naval engagement at Hampton Roads, Virginia, a harbour at the mouth of the James River, notable as history’s first duel between ironclad warships and the beginning of a new era of naval warfare.
American Civil War Events. The Secretary of the Navy has given the command of the great iron-clad Puritan, now in course of completion at Greenpoint, and sister ship to the Dictator, to Commodore RADFORD.
This is the most exalted command at the disposal of the Navy Department. The Puritan has twice the offensive power of. Deep within Boston Harbor, Charlestown Navy Yard was birthplace, repair center, outfitting base, and port of refuge for thousands of U.S.
naval vessels. This is the story of the yard, the ships it served, and the people who kept them seaworthy. Inafter counting all the votes for the presidential election, Thomas Jefferson and Aaron burr had the same number of votes.
Jefferson convinced one Federalist that, if elected, he would keep Alexander Hamilton's financial plan. After voting, Jefferson wins. The Navy Yard was burned and destroyed April I9th, two days before our arrival.
We were quartered at the Naval Hospital, and on the day of arrival I visited the Navy Yard and there looked upon the smoking, smouldering remains of the "Merrimac," upon whose hull was subsequently erected the great naval wonder of the world, the Iron-Clad "Virginia.".
USS Monitor was an iron-hulled steam-powered ironclad warship built for the Union Navy (United States Navy) during the American Civil War (–), the first such ship commissioned by the Navy. Monitor played a central role in the Battle of Hampton Roads on 9 Marchwhere, under the command of Lieutenant John L.
Worden, she fought the casemate ironclad CSS Virginia (built on the hull Cost: $, Maj.-Gen. BUTLER has arrived and taken command at Fortress Monroe.
He will immediately form a grand encampment of the regiments now arriving, preparatory to his taking possession of Norfolk and the Navy-yard. Fifteen hundred cannon were left in the Navy-yard at the time of its destruction.
From the Navy Department Library, opposite the White House, to salt water is a distance of twenty-five miles. From the heart of a sailor at sea, whether he be the captain of the Delaware, the greatest battleship afloat, or an enlisted man aboard any smaller ship, the distance to the most interesting library in the United States is but the measure of a thought.
This is true because sailors of. For the restoration, a plan was drawn of the proposed layout for the new copper sheathing. Lieutenant John A. Lord’s “U.S. Frigate Constitution Copper Plan,” #, dated December 12,shows an outboard profile of the ship with perfectly straight lines superimposed on the lower hull, representing the lines of copper sheathing.
COMMUNICATED TO CONGRESS WITH THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE OF THE 6TH OF DECEMBER, Navy Department, December 2, The Secretary of the Navy respectfully submits to the President of the United States the following statements respecting the concerns of the Navy Department.
rebel vessels under way in England. Three iron clad rams are building, two by Mr. Laird at Liverpool, ami the third is a screw steamer at Glasgow, tons imiiron vessels, uot iron clad.
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naval history beginning around the American Revolution period on through the 18th and 19th centuries and includes sources which cover notable naval commanders, Presidents, important ships, major naval.
Book/Printed Material To the Honorable Senate and House of representatives in Congress assembled. The memorial of the undersigned, in behalf of the officers and crew of the iron-clad steamer Monitor, respectfully represents. The project of attempting in this country the construction of iron-clad vessels and heavy ordnance originated in the Navy Department inand the "Monitor" plan, invented by Ericsson, was adopted by naval officers, with the approval of the Navy Department, within three months after the first recommendation of the Department was made.
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May 29, · OUR NAVY IN THE JAMES RIVER. U.S. IRON-CLAD “ONONDAGA,” DUTCH GAP, JAMES RIVER, VA., August 29, To the Editors of the Irish-American: Gentlemen- The past week has closed in greater quietude than I anticipated at the commencement, as the appearance of affairs at that time warranted me in predicting.
The Construction of Iron-Clad Vessels of Viar. Correspondence with the Rebel States. Court Calendar THIS DAY. Secretary of the Navy. STATEMENT OF VESSELS PURCHASED.
Resolutions in the Assembly. The Rutland and Washington Railroad. SAD CASE OF SUICIDE BY A YOUNG LADY, THE SIGEL DEMONSTRATION.; Strike at the Philadelphia Navy-Yard. What ship has the distinction of being the U.S. Navy's first flagship. Alfred. The Second Continental Congress approved the purchase of how many vessels.
Two. What date commemorates the birthday of the United States Navy. 13 Oct Jul 28, · On the 3d August,the Congress of the United States enacted a law directing the Secretary of the Navy to appoint a board of three naval officers to investigate plans and specifications for iron-clad steamships or batteries, and in case of a favorable report by the board, the Secretary was authorized to cause one or more armored steam.
The Battle of Hampton Roads, also referred to as the Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack (or Virginia) or the Battle of Ironclads, was a famous and arguably most important naval battle of the American Civil wrcch2016.com was fought over two days, March 8–9,in Hampton Roads, a roadstead in Virginia where the Elizabeth and Nansemond rivers meet the James River just before it enters Chesapeake.
Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4. Statements in relation to the number and condition of the vessels in ordinary, and building, at the respective navy yards; quantity of materials collected at the several depots, means taken for their preservation, &c.
Nos. 1, 2, and 3. Statement in relation to cotton canvas. H.). Jul 23, · SHIP, wrcch2016.com first real armored vessels were floating batteries used at the siege of Gibraltar in The first proposal to build an armored steam vessel seems to have been made by Colonel John Stevens of New Jersey, who, inprepared plans for such a craft.
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The chambers of both the House and especially the Senate were proving to be too small, so new plans were drawn up by Philadelphia architect Thomas U. Walter to build two new wings, clad in marble. As the proportions of these new wings dwarfed the existing copper-clad wooden dome, a new foot cast-iron dome was planned to replace wrcch2016.com: Arcadia Publishing SC.
Sep 21, · SKHTCH OF THF: wrcch2016.com that the Confederates were constructing a great iron-dad liattory at the Gos])ort Navy Yard soon reached the North, and shortly thereafter the subject of construction of iron vessels was taken up by Congress.
On the 3rd of August,that body made an appropri- ation for iron-clads. The Statutes at Large of the Provisional Government of the Confederate States of America, from the Institution of the Government, February 8,to its Termination, February 18,Inclusive; Arranged in Chronological Order.
Together with the Constitution for the Provisional Government, and the Permanent Constitution of the Confederate States, and the Treaties Concluded by the. Mar 26, · "Without the navy's assistance," wrote Grant, "the campaign could not have been made." Abraham Lincoln praised the role of the navy in opening the Mississippi so that "the Father of Waters again goes unvexed to the sea." The president offered this general assessment: "Nor must Uncle Sam's Web-feet be forgotten.
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Feb 04, · Today in Naval History - Naval / Maritime Events in History 3 February - HMS Raisonable (64) lost of Martinique. Raisonnable was a gun ship of the line of the French Navy, launched in at Rochefort.
On 29 Mayshe was captured in the Bay of Biscay by HMS Dorsetshire and HMS Achilles at the Action of 29 Apriland commissioned in the Royal Navy as. I shah first instance the oaptmre of the Confederate iron-clad Atlanta by the Weehawken. I have before ms a drawing of these vessel The Weehawken is a Monitor with one turret; the Atlanta, a vessel eat down, carrying her guns in a square box on tho oestre of the vessel, of a similar type to several vims I now beu»g constructed for our navy.
Jun 12, · An appropriation for $2, was made at the second session of Congress, per act No. approved May 10,to purchase or construct in France or England, one or more ironclad vessels-of-war for the Navy, and Lieut. James H. North, an officer of high standing in the service, was at once sent abroad to procure them if possible.May 17, · By then, the Mississippi Marine Brigade was a pariah to both the Army and Navy.
Personal feuds within the Ellet family (which provided not only the commander but also three other officers) and the inability of military officials to control its lawless activities made the brigade ineffective in actually fighting rebels.Author/Presenter: U.S.
Congress Date: 28 June PUBLIC LAW Chapter 82nd Congress 2nd Session (s) REF STATEMENT COMMENT AN ACT Approved June 28 To fix the personnel strength of the United States Marine Corps, and to establish the relationship of the Commandant of the Marine Corps to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.