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Regulations for the Navy of the Confederate States

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Published by Macfarlane & Fergusson, printers in Richmond .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesConfederate imprint.
ContributionsMallory, Stephen R. (Stephen Russell), 1813-1873
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 239 p. incl. forms.
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24473338M

Laws for the Army and Navy of the Confederate States () Laws Enacted by the Provisional Congress and Approved from Feb. 9 to Sept. 3, Regulations . Confederate Navy Index. Search the database. Admiral Augustus O. Wright, at the urging of fellow members of the United Confederate Veterans, led an initiative in to obtain military records of approximately 6, men who served in the Confederate States Navy.


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NAVAL WAR RECORDS Office Memoranda No. 7 UNIFORM AND DRESS OF THE NAVY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES US Office of Naval War Records Washington: Government Printing Office, UNIFORM AND DRESS OF THE NAVY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES UNDRESS (SEA OFFICERS) COAT For a Flag Officer, shall be a frock coat of steel grey cloth, faced with the same.

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They will accordingly be strictly obeyed, and nothing contrary to them will be enjoined or permitted in any portion of the forces of the Confederate States by the officers thereof. JAMES A. SEDDONFile Size: KB. Confederate States Navy Plate showing Starboard "Diagram of the Rebel Ram Atlanta now on exhibition, foot of Washington Street, for the benefit of the Union volunteer refreshment saloon.

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While both the French and British navies had launched large ocean-going iron plated warships with large caliber guns in andthe real potential of armored warships was to be demonstrated most convincingly in America during The War Between The States.

THE CONFEDERATE STEAM NAVY: is the first book devoted to all types of /5(10). Confederate States Navy Department The first of the Navy uniforms were made in dark blue, but with the Southern style of rank insignia for the officers. The Confederate regulations ordered the uniform to be steel gray and lined with a dark black silk serge.

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Navy Department.]. Get this from a library. Uniform and dress, Army and Navy of the Confederate States of America; a facsimile reproduction from the original regulations of the Confederacy and other authoritative sources.

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The Confederate States of America (CSA or C.S.)—commonly referred to as the Confederacy—was an unrecognized republic in North America that existed from to The Confederacy was originally formed by seven secessionist slave-holding states—South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas—in the Lower South region of the United States, whose economy Capital: Montgomery, Alabama (until ).

Facsimile reproduction of the original regulations of the Confederacy and other authoritative sources, generously illustrated with examples of uniforms used by the Confederate Army and Navy. Includes badges, insignia, buttons, etc., as well as full uniforms, and a tailor's plate for the army uniforms.

The Confederate States Naval Academy was an undergraduate academy in Richmond, Virginia of the Confederate States of America that educated and commissioned officers of the Confederate States CS Naval Academy was established by an act of the Congress of the Confederate States on Ap and graduated a number of midshipmen before being disbanded on May 2, in Campus: CSS Patrick Henry.

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The following Regulations for the Medical Department of the Army of the Confederate States are published, by direction of the PRESIDENT, for the government of all concerned. They will accordingly be strictly obeyed, and nothing contrary to their tenor will be enjoined or permitted in any part of the forces of the Confederate States, by any.

Regulations for the Navy of the Confederate States, ARTICLE 1. Constant attention to duty enjoined on all. All persons in the navy are to be constant in their attention to their duties, never absenting themselves therefrom without the consent of their immediate commanding officer, nor remaining out of the vessels to which they may belong during the night, after the watch is set, without.

Confederate Navy Organization. At the outset, in the making up of the Confederate Government, there was formed a Navy Department whose accomplishments, struggling against the difficulties that confronted it, were little short of marvelous, considering the limited time, available for preparation, in a country almost barren of ship-yards and other means of providing and equipping sea-going.

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Rules, regulations, and instructions, for the naval service of the United States: prepared by the Board of Navy Commissioners of the United States, with the consent of the Secretary of the Navy; in obedience to an act of Congress, passed seventh February,entitled An act to alter and amend the several acts for establishing a Navy Department, by adding thereto a board of commissiners.

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Confederate States of America The Statutes at Large of the Confederate States of America, Passed at the Fourth Session of the First Congress; Carefully Collated with the Originals at Richmond. Public Laws of the Confederate States of America, Passed at the Fourth Session of. Alphabetical listing of men who served as officers in the navy for the Confederate States during the Civil War, The listings include available biographical information, including birth and appointment dates, progression of rankings, naval appointments, and surrender or capture dates.

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Contents. History; Creation. Creation. At Montgomery, Alabama, the Confederate Congress created the Navy Department in February Stephen R.

Mallory of Florida was selected by President Jefferson Davis to lead the department and was confirmed by Congress on May 5. It was said that Mallory was capable of leading the new navy due to his service on the U.S. Senate Naval Affairs Committee prior to secession.

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