3 edition of Stephen R. Mallory: Confederate Navy chief. found in the catalog.
Stephen R. Mallory: Confederate Navy chief.
Joseph T. Durkin
|LC Classifications||E596.M3 D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 446 p.|
|Number of Pages||446|
|LC Control Number||54012567|
The navy department was organized with Stephen R. Mallory, secretary of the navy: Commodore Samuel Barron, chief of the bureau of orders and detail; Commander George Minor, chief of ordnance and hydrography; Paymaster John DeBree, chief of provisions and clothing; Surg. W. A. W. Spottswood, bureau of medicine and surgery; Edward M. Tidball. Mallory, Stephen Russell, ; usage: Stephen R. Mallory) found: NUCMC data from Univ. of West Fla., Spec. Coll. Dept. for Fisher family. Papers, (volume of ms. poems attributed to Stephen Russell Mallory ()).
Confederate States Navy Research Center, Mobile, Alabama, * Items for Sale * If you pay at least $ for a book your name or the name of your ancestor will go on a reel as a donor. Stephen R. Mallory, Confederate Navy Chief Author: Jos. T. Durkin $ Photographic History of the Civil War: The Navies. I think Mallory had the right idea. What let him down in terms of ironclad construction is that his constructors tried to be too clever. The casemate ironclad got it's huge boost over all other types simply because of the "success" of the Virginia. Thus the more effective simple fighting designs.
History. The Department of the Navy was established by an act of the Provisional Confederate Congress in Montgomery, Alabama which passed into law on Febru This act also established the position of Secretary of the Navy which was according to the act authorized to handle all affairs related to the navies of the Confederacy. President Jefferson Davis nominated Stephen Mallory and. Stephen Mallory became Secretary of the Navy for the Confederate States of America when Florida seceded from the Union in Before secession, Mallory spoke to the Senate, conveying the rationale of slaveholders in their unwillingness to accept majority rule. Mallory campaigned for flogging in the Navy.
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[Confederate Navy Chief also] throws much light on the larger subject of the successes and failures of Jefferson Davis." --The Journal of Southern History. About the Author.
Joseph T. Durkin, S.J., was a Professor of History at Georgetown University and editor of John Dooley, Confederate Soldier: His War by: 6. Confederate Navy chief: Stephen R. Mallory. [Joseph T Durkin] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library The book tells of Stephen R. Mallory's support of naval inventions, strategy, and ideas.
It also sheds light on the the successes and failures of. Stephen R. Mallory: Confederate Navy Stephen R. Mallory: Confederate Navy chief. book. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Stephen R Mallory; Stephen R Mallory: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph T Durkin; Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana (Library of Congress).
Rodman L. Underwood’s biography of Stephen R. Mallory expands our appreciation for the accomplishments and character of the Confederate naval secretary, particularly during his Senate years frombut Joseph T.
Durkin’s yearold biography Confederate Navy Chief: Stephen R. Mallory remains the standard. Book Reviews EDITED BY CHARLES T. MILLER B-Il University Hall Iowa City, Iowa Stephen R.
Mallory: Confederate Navy Chief. By Joseph T. Durkin, SJ. (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press.
xi, $) the mtlitary history of. Stephen R. Mallory: Confederate Navy chief by Joseph T. Durkin; 1 edition; First published in The book tells of Stephen R.
Mallory's support of naval inventions, strategy, and ideas. It also sheds light on the the successes and failures of Jefferson Davis. Durkin gives a well-balanced biography of Mallory and his life in the Confederate navy.
show more. The book tells of Stephen R. Mallory's support of naval inventions, strategy, and ideas. It also sheds light on the the successes and failures of Jefferson Davis. Durkin gives a well-balanced biography of Mallory and his life in the Confederate navy. The act of the Confederate Congress that created the Confederate Navy on Febru also appointed Stephen Mallory as Secretary of the Department of the Navy.
Mallory was experienced as an admiralty lawyer and had served for a time as the chairman of the. This book was originally published in by the University of North Carolina Press. The subject of this book, Stephen R. Mallory () was Secretary of the Navy for the Confederacy.
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Originally published as Stephen R. Mallory. Underwood, Rodman L. Stephen Russell Mallory: A Biography of the Confederate Navy Secretary and United States Senator.
Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, Whitfield, James B. "Some Legal Phases of the Senatorial Contest Between David L. Yulee and Stephen R. Mallory, Sr., in ''. Perhaps historians, like the Davis administration itself, have been too land-oriented.
Two recent re- BOOK REVIEWS87 prints of chapters in Confederate naval history may help to redirect our assessment. Joseph Durkin's biography of Davis's secretary of the navy, Stephen Mallory, was first published in.
And he revolutionized warfare in perfecting electronically detonated mines. Maury's eagerness to go to the public on the questions of the day riled powerful men in business and politics, and the U.S., Confederate and Royal navies.
He more than once ran afoul of Jefferson Davis and Stephen R. Mallory, secretary of the Confederate States Navy. The decisions of Jefferson Davis, Stephen R. Mallory, and three Confederate secretaries of war, he holds, were as much to blame for the fall of New Orleans as David Farragut's warships.
Hearn also scrutinizes the role of Major General Mansfield Lovell and. Author of General Sherman's son, Confederate Navy chief, Georgetown University, Hope for our time, William Matthews, Armorer of the Confederacy, Secretary Mallory, Stephen R.
Mallory: Confederate Navy chief, Stephen R. Mallory. Stephen Mallory has appeared in the following books: War on the Waters: The Union and Confederate Navies,Lifeline of the Confederacy: Blockad. The Confederate Navy: The Ships, Men and Organization, Trailer Í The Confederate Navy: The Ships, Men and Organization, PDF by ☆ William N.
Still Jr. BOOK REVIEWS Stephen R. Mallory: Confederate Navy Chief. By Joseph T. Durkin, S. (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, pp.
xi, $) The role of sea power in the Confederacy is one of the neg-lected phases of Civil War history. Though writers of reputation have endeavored to explain why the South failed to achieve.
Confederate States of America Navy Department Richmond, Jan. 10th Hon. C. M. Conrad Chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs Sir, In view of the difficulty of pro- curing seamen, I deem it of very great importance that authority should be given to allow a bounty to seamen on their en- listment.
The amount of the bounty may have reference to that granted by the United States which is, as.Stephen R. Mallory of Florida was a United States senator and Confederate secretary of the Navy.
The collection, in part microfilm, includes diaries, andof Stephen R. Mallory.To defend the river and to prevent Union forces from advancing, the South would require a strong naval force. There was only one problem with the strategy: The Confederacy had no navy.
On FebruConfederate president Jefferson Davis nominated Stephen R. Mallory to be secretary of the newly formed Confederate States Navy.