CONFEDERATE NAVAL HISTORY

Presents
Books and CD's documenting the exploits of the
Confederate States Navy
by

R. Thomas Campbell
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     Welcome to the home page of Confederate Naval History featuring my CDs and books detailing the fascinating history of the Confederate States Navy during the American Civil War.
     I have been studying and writing for more than fifteen years about the Southern naval experience during the war. As a result of this effort you will find here books and CDs about Southern cruisers, ironclads, gunboats, torpedo boats, submarines, and the valiant men who served on them.
     Included are the accounts of Admiral Franklin Buchanan and the CSS Virginia, the Virginia's battle with the USS Monitor, Raphael Semmes and the CSS Alabama, John N. Maffitt and the CSS Florida, the around the world cruise of the CSS Shenandoah, the construction and operation of the ironclads Arkansas, Albemarle, Tennessee, and much, much more. Also covered are the Confederate privateers, blockade runners, and the Confederate Naval Academy. The CD, Confederate Navy Data, includes biographical data from the Register of Officers of the Confederate States Navy, 1861-1865 and a register of all known Southern vessels from the Dictionary of American Fighting Ships. These registers are word and phrase searchable.
     Click on any book or CD for a detailed description and discounted prices. All items will be shipped 1 to 2 days after receipt of order.

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