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Rear-Admiral A. H. Foote.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Naval affairs, Foote, A. H., Rear-Admiral|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
Fort Foote was named in honor of Rear Admiral Andrew H. Foote, who distinguished himself in the actions against the confederate forts on the Mississippi Rivers and died of wounds on J The first unit to garrison Fort Foote was four companies of the 9th New York Heavy Artillery that arrived on Aug Andrew Foote, Jr was born circa , at birth place, Kansas, to Andrew Foote and Laura Foote. Andrew had 3 siblings: Cecil H Foote and 2 other siblings. .
The Rear-Admiral was nominated a C.B. 4 June, , and a K.C.B. 4 July, He married, 9 Aug. , Georgiana, second daughter of the late Thos. Raikes, Esq., and by that lady has issue a son and three daughters. Union Rear Admiral Andrew Hull Foote died June 26 th Andrew Hull Foote was born September 12 th at New Haven, Connecticut the son of Senator Samuel Augustus and Eudocia (Hull) Foote. He was a good student and received an appointment to the United State Military Academy at West Point in June
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FOOTE Issued New York: Fine original antique Rear-Admiral A. H. Foote. book century engraved portrait of this American Civil War figure. Signature facsimile printed below image. Printed on quality period heavy paper which shows light signs of age, but still retains its inherent structural flexibility and soundness.
This illustration, titled "Rear Admiral Andrew H. Foote" was produced by George E. Perine. The paper is generally clean and bright, with no major tears or stains.
Original tissueguard is included. Title page from the original book shown for informational purposes and Seller Rating: % positive. Perhaps because he only served eight months as flag officer of western naval forces in the Civil War before dying in JuneAndrew Foote's naval career has been little remarked on, despite his collaboration with Brig.
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Rear Admiral Andrew Foote - Letter from Andrew H. Foote to Commander Walke of USS Carondelet Rear Admiral John C. Howell - A Register of His Papers. Captain Isaac Hull, USN - Autograph Signed Letter dated 12 May Rear Admiral John C.
Howell was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 24 November He was appointed midshipman on 9. Full text of "Life of Andrew Hull Foote rear-admiral United States Navy" See other formats. The front bottom border of the matt has identification penciled, in period, "Ad Foote" in a different unknown H.
Foote was born on 12 September & died on 26 June Foote was an American naval officer who was noted for his service in the American Civil War and also for his contributions to several naval reforms in the years.
Charles H. Bell (Aug – Febru ) was a rear admiral in the United States Navy who served during the War ofthe Second Barbary War, and the American Civil War.
Born in New York, Bell served as a midshipman on LakeBell served on the Macedonian, under the command of Stephen Decatur, against Algiers.
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When the war came, he was appointed to command of the Western Gunboat Flotilla, predecessor of the Mississippi River Squadron. In that position, he Awards: Thanks of Congress. lifeof andkevhullfoote, rear-admiralunitedstatesnavy. by jamesmasonhoppin, professorinyalecollege.
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[Admiral Andrew H. Foote, head-and-shoulders portrait, in military uniform] Summary Portrait (possibly posthumous) of naval officer, who rose to the rank of rear admiral during the Civil War. Created / Published [between and ].
Andrew H. Foote received the thanks of Congress and promotion to Rear Admiral, but it was also his last combat success. Given Washington desk duty, his declining health and unexpected death in June prevented him from taking up his longed-for sea duty commanding the South Atlantic Blockade Squadron.
Foote, Andrew H. (Andrew Hull) () Book. Title: Africa and the American Flag. By Commander Andrew H. Foote. U.S. Navy, Lieutenant commanding U.S. Brig. Perry on the Coast of Africa, A.D. Signed by Rear Admiral Semmes on the inner front cover. pages of text followed by 18 pages of advertisements.
Full text of "Life of Andrew Hull Foote: Rear-admiral United States Navy" See other formats. Rear Admiral John L. Worden died in Washington, D.C., on 18 October The Navy has named four ships in honor of Rear Admiral Worden: USS Worden (Torpedo Boat Destroyer # 16) of ; USS Worden (Destroyer #later DD) of ; USS Worden of ; and USS Worden (DLG, later CG) of UNION NAVAL OFFICERS.
Charles H. Davis, U.S.N. Life of Charles Henry Davis: Rear Admiral (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin and Company, ). James Mason Hoppin. Life of Andrew Hull Foote: Rear-Admiral United States Navy (New York, NY: Harper & Brothers, ). Peter C. Luebke, Editor.On 16 July Foote was promoted to Rear Admiral.
He spent the winter of as chief of the bureau of equipment and recruiting. In the summer of he felt he was fit to return to active service, and was appointed to replaced Admiral Du Pont .