South Atlantic Blockading articles on Wikipedia
Union blockade
business. Charleston was shut down by Admiral-John-AAdmiral John A. Dahlgren's South Atlantic Blockading Squadron in 1863. Mobile Bay was captured in August 1864 by Admiral
Apr 16th 2017



Atlantic Blockading Squadron
the creation of the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron and the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Main articles: Battle of Hatteras Inlet Batteries
Aug 23rd 2015



Blockade runner
For the book by Jules Verne, see The Blockade Runners. A blockade runner is usually a lighter-weight ship used for evading a naval blockade of a port
Mar 22nd 2017



North Atlantic Squadron
This article is about the U.S. Navy squadron that operated from 1865 to 1902, sometimes informally called the "Home Squadron". For the U.S. Navy Home Squadron
Jan 29th 2016



South Atlantic (disambiguation)
of Nicaragua, now the South Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, see: Union blockade South Atlantic City, New Jersey
Nov 21st 2015



Blockade of Germany
For the blockade during World War II, see Blockade of Germany (1939–45). The Blockade of Germany, or the Blockade of Europe, occurred from 1914 to
Apr 17th 2017



Atlantic campaign of 1806
The Atlantic campaign of 1806 was a complicated series of manoeuvrees and counter-manoeuveres conducted by squadrons of the French Navy and the British
Mar 13th 2017



Battle of the Atlantic
For the Atlantic naval campaign of World War I, see Atlantic U-boat campaign of World War I. The Battle of the Atlantic was the longest continuous
Apr 25th 2017



Blockade Strategy Board
Browning, Robert M., Success is all that was expected : the South Atlantic blockading squadron during the Civil-WarCivil War. Washington, D.C. : Brassey’s, 2002
Apr 14th 2017



Blockade of Africa
The Blockade of Africa began in 1808 after Britain outlawed the Atlantic slave trade, making it illegal for British ships to transport slaves. The Royal
Mar 28th 2017



Brazil Squadron
The Brazil Squadron, the Brazil Station, or the South Atlantic Squadron was an overseas military station established by the United States in 1826 to protect
Mar 12th 2016



USS Conemaugh (1862)
arrived at Port Royal, South Carolina on 30 July to join the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. She patrolled and served as a picket frequently engaging
Apr 16th 2017



USS Fernandina (1861)
from the shore. On 11 June, Fernandina was reassigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron which she joined off Charleston, South Carolina. Aside
Oct 30th 2015



USS Fahkee (1862)
USS Fahkee (1862) was a steamer purchased by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. She was built in 1862 at Williamsburg, New York, purchased by
Oct 30th 2015



Louis M. Goldsborough
squadron was split into the North-Atlantic-Blockading-SquadronNorth Atlantic Blockading Squadron and South Atlantic Blockading Squadron; Goldsborough took command of the North squadron, and
Nov 18th 2016



USS Dawn (1857)
stood out for Port Royal, South Carolina, for service with the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Arriving on station on 14 May, she patrolled the coastal
Oct 30th 2015



Atlantic slave trade
The-AtlanticThe Atlantic slave trade or transatlantic slave trade took place across the Atlantic Ocean from the 15th through the 19th centuries. The vast majority
Apr 25th 2017



Blockade runners of the American Civil War
The blockade runners of the American Civil War were seagoing steam ships that were used to make their way through the Union blockade that extended some
Apr 22nd 2017



USS Braziliera (1856)
and collided with her. On June 27, Braziliera reported to the Squadron South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. While with the Squadron she captured four vessels. She
Oct 8th 2016



USS Hydrangea (1862)
around Richmond, Virginia. Hydrangea was then transferred to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron 23 July 1864, and after repairing reported to Port Royal
Oct 31st 2015



USS Wamsutta (1853)
Lieutenant William L. Stone in command. Wamsutta was assigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron and arrived in Port Royal, South Carolina, harbor on
Jan 30th 2016



Anaconda Plan
Browning, Robert M. Jr., Success is all that was expected: the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron during the Civil War. Dulles, VA: Brassey's, 2002. Dufour
Apr 18th 2017



USS State of Georgia (1851)
Recommissioned on 5 January 1865, State of Georgia was assigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron for the closing months of the Civil War. She proceeded
Oct 10th 2016



USS Chatham (1836)
blockade on 16 December 1863. Chatham was turned over to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron and commissioned on 22 June 1864, Master E. L. Smith
Oct 30th 2015



USS Huron (1861)
Navy Yard, Lieutenant John Downes in command. Huron joined the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron in February to take part in Union strangulation of Confederate
Oct 8th 2016



USS Cambridge (1860)
Blockading Squadron from 9 September 1861-5 October 1864, and to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron from 9 February 1865 until the close of the war, Cambridge
Jan 20th 2016



USS Sebago (1861)
ascended the James escorting Army transports. Transferred to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron later that month, Sebago departed Hampton Roads on 25
Jan 29th 2016



USS Percy Drayton (1863)
City Prize Court for $331, 12 November 1863. Assigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron she performed tender duties at North Edisto, South Carolina
Oct 31st 2015



USS Whitehall (1850)
Acting Master Francis P. Allen in command. Assigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, Whitehall sailed for Port Royal, South Carolina; but
Apr 16th 2017



USS Advance (1862)
For other ships with the same name, see USS Advance and USS Frolic. USS Advance, the second United States Navy ship to be so named, was later known as
Nov 23rd 2016



USS Young Rover (1861)
USS Young Rover (1861) was a bark with auxiliary steam motor acquired by the Union Navy during the American Civil War. She was used by the Union Navy as
Oct 30th 2015



USS Bibb (1853)
November. Assigned to the Coast Survey contingent attached to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, Bibb steamed to Port Royal, South Carolina, and reported
Oct 8th 2016



USS Florida (1850)
Florida stood out of New York Harbor on 19 October 1861 to join the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron in patrolling the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia,
Oct 26th 2016



USS South Carolina (1860)
Recommissioned on 16 June, the steamer was reassigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron; departed Boston four days later; and joined the blockade
Oct 8th 2016



John Ortega
Carolina, and report to Rear Admiral Dahlgren for duty in the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron in what is known as the Union blockade. This was a massive
Apr 27th 2017



Blockade of Germany (1939–45)
The Blockade of Germany (1939–1945), also known as the Economic War, was carried out during World War II by the United Kingdom and France in order to restrict
Feb 2nd 2017



Lower Seaboard Theater of the American Civil War
Union navy selected this location as a coaling station for the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. In attempting to capture Charleston, the Union military
Apr 23rd 2017



USS Susquehanna (1850)
Navy with an important base for the future operations of the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Susquehanna served in this important squadron until
Apr 20th 2017



USS Dacotah
USS Dacotah (1859) — the only United States Navy ship to be so named — was a large (996 long tons (1,012 t)) steam sloop that served the United States
Oct 25th 2015



USS Thunder (1862)
Court on 9 December 1863. Renamed Thunder, the sloop joined the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron for use as a ship’s tender. During October 1864, she
Nov 17th 2015



USS James Adger
later was ordered to Port Royal, South Carolina for duty in the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. Rear Admiral Samuel Francis Du Pont ordered Comdr. Marchand
Oct 27th 2015



USS R. B. Forbes
operated in the Chesapeake Bay area until ordered to join the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron in late October. Sailing on the 29th, she participated
Sep 5th 2016



USS O. M. Pettit (1857)
a tug at the New York Navy Yard, the side-wheeler joined the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron early in 1862, and performed similar services at Port
Jul 7th 2016



USS Hope (1861)
Acting Master M. S. Chase in command. Hope spent the war with the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron based at Port Royal, South Carolina. She acted as a dispatch
Oct 31st 2015



USS Home (1862)
Garfield commanding, and name changed to Home. Assigned to the South-Atlantic-Blockading-SquadronSouth Atlantic Blockading Squadron, Home sailed after commissioning for Charleston, South
Apr 9th 2017



USS St. Lawrence (1848)
Atlantic coast was divided in two, St. Lawrence was assigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. On 6 November, she captured British schooner, Jenny
Apr 17th 2016



USS Henry Andrew (1847)
commanding officer was Acting Master S. W. Mather. Assigned to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, Henry Andrew arrived on her blockading station in November
Oct 30th 2015



USS Water Witch (1851)
recommissioned and ordered to join Rear Admiral Samuel F. du Pont's South Atlantic Blockading Squadron. She arrived at Port Royal, South Carolina, on 18 September
Mar 10th 2017



USS Mercedita (1861)
Victoria and Ida on 12 July. September In September, she transferred to the South Atlantic Blockading Squadron and arrived at Charleston, South Carolina on 19 September
Nov 22nd 2016



USS Alabama (1850)
For other ships with the same name, see USS Alabama. The USS Alabama was a 1,261 long tons (1,281 t) wooden side-wheel steamer, built at New York City
Aug 19th 2016





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