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Maryland In The American Civil War - The Approach of War - Baltimore Riot of 1861
... Mayor George William Brown and Maryland Governor Thomas Hicks implored President Lincoln to reroute troops around Baltimore city and through ... In a letter to President Lincoln, Mayor Brown wrote It is my solemn duty to inform you that it is not possible for more soldiers to pass through Baltimore unless they fight their way at every step ... it looked as if Maryland might join the rebels, but Lincoln moved swiftly to defuse the situation, promising that the troops were needed purely to defend Washington ...
USS President Lincoln (1907)
... USS President Lincoln was a troop transport in the United States Navy during World War I ... Formerly the German steamer President Lincoln of the Hamburg-American Line, was built by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, in 1907 seized in New York harbor ... Having been damaged severely by her German crew, President Lincoln underwent extensive repairs and conversion at Robin's Dry Dock and Repair Company, Brooklyn, New York ...
Mordecai Lincoln - Uncle of President Lincoln
... On several occasions, President Lincoln referred to his uncle as his most important familial influence ... The only Lincoln relative whom Abraham Lincoln knew, Mordecai was a man of considerable wit and great natural gifts ... President Lincoln once remarked that "Uncle Mord had run off with all the talents of the family." ...
John G. Barnard - Civil War
... On September 23, 1861, President Abraham Lincoln appointed Barnard to the grade of brigadier general, U.S ... Lincoln formally nominated Barnard as brigadier general on December 21, 1861 and the U.S ... Army Corps of Engineers, Brigadier General Joseph Totten, on April 22, 1864, President Lincoln nominated Barnard to be the next Chief of the U.S ...
Sewell's Point - A Strategic Civil War Location - Abraham Lincoln and The Bombardment of Sewells Point
... On May 5, 1862, President Lincoln, with his Cabinet Secretaries Stanton and Chase on board, proceeded to Hampton Roads on steamer Miami to personally direct ... The following day, Lincoln directed gunboat operations in the James River and the bombardment of Sewells Point by the blockading squadron in the five days he acted as Commander-in-Chief in the field ... Seminole, and Susquehanna by direction of the President "-shelled Confederate batteries at Sewells Point, Virginia, as Flag Officer L ...

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