History of the Confederate States Navy from its organization to the surrender of its last vessel; its stupendous struggle with the great Navy of the United States, the engagements fought in the rivers and harbors of the South and upon the high seas, blockade-running, first use of iron-clads and torpedos, and privateer history. / New York, Rogers & Sherwood, 1887.
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- Physical Description: 2 volumes (824 pages) : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Freeport, N.Y. : Books for Libraries Press, 
- Copyright: [©1886]
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