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PHOTOGRAPHY > United States Navy

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CDV, Masters Mate David King Perkins, U.S. Navy

Served on the U.S. Steamer Seminole

(1843-93) He enlisted on January 30, 1863 at Boston, Massachusetts, as Masters Mate, and was assigned to duty onboard the U.S. Steamer Seminole. He remained serving on this vessel until November 15, 1865, and during the last year of the war, he was promoted to rank of "Acting Ensign." The U.S.S. Seminole was a steam sloop-of-war launched in the Pensacola, Florida Navy Yard in 1859, and was used early in the war on the eastern seaboard. At the time David had this photograph taken he was at the...  

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CDV, Lieutenant Commander William B. Cushing, U.S. Navy

He destroyed the Confederate ram Albemarle on October 24, 1864, in the Roanoke River, N.C. with a torpedo-tipped spar, one of the most daring feats of the Civil War

(1842-74) Born in Delafield, Wisconsin, he was appointed to the United States Naval Academy in 1857, and was obliged to resign in his fourth year on March 23, 1861, for his irreverent attitude, and practical jokes. At the start of the Civil War, Cushing appealed to the Secretary of the Navy, Gideon Welles, to be given a second chance to redeem himself, and he was appointed...  

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CDV, Commodore Charles Wilkes, U.S. Navy

He became a Northern hero after arresting Confederate diplomats Mason & Slidell in what became known as the famous "Trent Affair"

(1798-1877) Born in New York City, he was a very distinguished United States naval officer. He entered the U.S. Navy as a midshipman in 1818, was prominent in the department of charts and instruments, and in 1838 he commanded a squadron of 6 ships and scientists to Antarctica, where an area there is named "Wilkes Land." Promoted to captain in 1855, at the outbreak of the Civil War, he was...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item AP674: Photograph, Admiral David G. Farragut, U.S. Navy

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Photograph, Admiral David G. Farragut, U.S. Navy

Coined the famous phrase, "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!" at the Battle of Mobile Bay in 1864!

(1801-1870) He entered the navy as a Midshipman in 1810 after having been virtually adopted by Commodore David Porter. The friendship between the two families began when Porter's father was buried on the same day as Farragut's mother in New Orleans. He fought in the Mexican War and was awaiting orders at his Norfolk, Va. home when the Civil War broke out. Told that a person with Union sentiments could not live in Virginia, he...  

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Photograph, Union Warship, U.S.S. Juniata

This sloop of war was launched on March 20, 1862, at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, and served in the U.S. Navy during the Civil War. Assigned to the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron, the "Juniata" was first stationed at Norfolk, Va., where her guns protected the navy yard. Ordered to join the West Indies Squadron, she departed Hampton Roads on April 26, 1863, and captured the schooner "Harvest" loaded with Confederate cotton that was bound for Nassau. Joining the squadron on May 5th, she continued to play havoc on Confederate...  

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CDV Admiral David G. Farragut

(1801-1870) He entered the navy as Midshipman in 1810 after having been virtually adopted by Commodore David Porter. The friendship between the two families began when Porter's father was buried on the same day as Farragut's mother in New Orleans. He fought in the Mexican War and was awaiting orders at his Norfolk, Va. home when the Civil War broke out. Told that a person with Union sentiments could not live in Virginia, he packed up his family and Virginian wife and moved north. He was given command of the New Orleans expedition in December 1861, and...  

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CDV Admiral David D. Porter

(1813-91) He sailed with his father, Commodore David Porter, to the West Indies to suppress piracy in 1824, and joined the U.S. Navy in 1829. He served in the Gulf during the Mexican War. On April 22, 1861, he was named commander, and with his mortar fleet joined his foster brother, David G. Farragut, in March 1862 for the capture of New Orleans. He took command of the Mississippi River Squadron in Sept. 1862 with rank of Acting Rear Admiral and in cooperation with Gen. W.T. Sherman captured Arkansas Post in Jan. 1863. He was present during the Vicksburg...  

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