4 edition of Journal kept on board the Frigate Constitution, 1812 found in the catalog.
Journal kept on board the Frigate Constitution, 1812
Amos A. Evans
|Statement||by Amos A. Evans.|
|LC Classifications||E360 .E85 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||67007072|
Primary Function: USS Constitution is located on Boston's Freedom Trail of historic sites and is interpreted to the War of era, when the ship received its nickname "Old Ironsides" because of. Summer , Vol. 44, No. 2 Impressment of Seaman Charles Davis by the U.S. Navy By John P. Deeben Enlarge British officers inspect a group of American sailors for impressment into the British navy, ca. , in a drawing by Howard Pyle. The practice angered Americans and was one cause of the War of But American naval officers engaged in the same practice against British sailors. Featured Image: “Action between U.S. Frigate Constitution and HMS Java, 29 December ″Painting in oils by Charles Robert Patterson. It depicts Constitution (at left), commanded by Captain William Bainbridge, exchanging broadsides with the British Frigate Java off Brazil early in the action. New Video Series on the War of May 8, 2 Comments History, News , documentary, film, history, naval, navy, video, war, War of Chase of the CONSTITUTION, July Painting by Anton Otto Fischer, depicting the boats of U.S. Frigate CONSTITUTION towing her in a calm, while she was being pursued by a squadron of British.
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Journal Kept On Board The US Frigate Constitution, (Elkton,Maryland, ) 1812 book, Written by Amos A. Evans, the ship's surgeon. This is his log of the voyage of the U. Frigate Constitution during the first year of the War of 47p. Genre/Form: History Personal narratives: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Evans, Amos A., Journal kept on board the Frigate Constitution, Journal Kept on Board the United States Frigate "Constitution,"by Amos A.
Evans, Surgeon United States Navy (continued) Created Date: Z. Journal kept on board the United States Frigate "Constitution," by Amos A. Evans, Surgeon United States Navy 59 San Francisco Bay and California in Three Maps with Outline Sketches Reproduced in Facsimile from the Original Manuscript Drawn by Pedro Font, Chaplain and Cartographer to the Expedition Led by Juan Bautista de Ansa.
3 August Extract from journal kept on board the U. Frigate Constitution by Captain Edward Preble, U. Navy, Saturday, 4 August Wind E b S. Standing off shore on the Starbord Tack the signal out to come within hail spoke the different Vessels and acquainted their Commanders that it was my Intention to attack the shipping & Batteries,--directed the Gun Boats & Bombs to be.
Bainbridge's Journal Kept. on board the U. Frigate. Constitution. Tuesday 29th December At 9 AM, discovered two Strange Sails on the weather bow, at AM. discovered the strange sails to be Ships, one of them stood in for the land, and the Journal kept on board the Frigate Constitution steered.
Journal kept on board the United States Frigate "Constitution," LAC brd update (1 Journal kept on board the Frigate Constitution Contributor: Evans, Amos A.
Date: Page - It was not long after this before I retired from the quarter-deck to the cock-pit ; of course I saw no more of the action until the firing ceased, but I heard and felt much of its effects ; for soon after I left the deck, the firing commenced on board the Guerriere, and was kept up almost constantly until about six o'clock, when I heard a tremendous explosion from the opposing frigate.
Shortly, after Christmas,Constitution was sailing in the Atlantic just off the coast of Brazil. On the morning of 29 December, sails were sighted on the horizon, and Constitution's new captain, William Bainbridge, altered course to investigate.
The ship proved to be HMS Java, a frigate similar to Guerriere. Both frigates stood for each other and cleared their decks for action. This page paperback book (8 1/2" x 11" / 22 cm x 28 cm format) is without a doubt the most comprehensive work on the rigging of a specific ship I've ever seen.
Eriksen received from Tyrone Martin a complete typewritten copy of the detailed notes by Midshipman Edward Clifford Anderson on board Constitution during her re-masting, re. Log Book of the United States Frigate Constitution from December 1, to Febru Created by the captain and officers of the Frigate Constitution.
This volume is the principle Logbook kept on board Constitution during her first cruises. Entries follow File Size: 72KB. Extract from Commodore Bainbridge's Journal Kept on board the U. Frigate Constitution Tuesday 29th December At 9 AM, discovered two Strange Sails on the weather bow, at AM.
discovered the strange sails to be Ships, one of them stood in for the land, and the other steered off shore in a direction towards us. Gunners on board the Constitution, one of the U.S. Navy's first six frigates, raise a cheer at the commencement of the ship's 19 August duel with HMS.
Journal kept on board the Frigate Constitution,"From the Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography." Contributor: Evans, Amos A. Date: Evans, Amos A. “Journal Kept on Board the United States Frigate ‘Constitution,’ ” The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 19 (): Hanna, David.
Knights of the Sea: The True Story of the Boxer and the Enterprise and the War of New York: NAL Caliper, USS Constitution, also known as Old Ironsides, is a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States is the world's oldest commissioned naval vessel still afloat.
She was launched inone of six original frigates authorized for construction by the Naval Act of and the third constructed. The name "Constitution" was among ten names submitted to President George Cost: $, New York merchant David Lyon delivered 60 pairs of “strong boots” to Purser James Wilson at New York in Januarypresumably for the use of gunboat crews in the harbor.
 InLyon offered “Seamens’ Boots” to the Navy, besides an assortment of lined and bound shoes. "On 17 DecemberCaptain Charles Stewart slipped past the Royal Navy's blockade of Boston and sailed his ship on a sweep through the Atlantic Ocean, capturing merchantmen as he went.
His capture of HMS Cyane and HMS Levant off the Madeira Islands was a spectacular success." "Humphreys was fortunate to be a crew member during the Constitution's most successful war cruise towards the end. USS Constitution and the War of The forty-four gun frigate didn’t originate with the nascent U.
Navy, but in the s it was a rare bird. The American version, the product of an innovative design by Quaker Joshua Humphreys, stemmed from the decision that, since the new, all-frigate USN would be minuscule, its units ought to be. The Amos A. Evans collection is comprised of 3 volumes: a page "Prescription book of the U.S.
Frigate Constitution" (March Aug ); a page "Daily Report of Cases in the Marine Barracks at the Navy Yard" at Charlestown, Massachusetts (); and a page "Reefer's Log" written by Evan's son, Alexander Evans, during a trip from Maryland to Boston in The documents that follow are excerpts from Captain Edward Preble's journal as well as the log book kept by Nathaniel Haraden, Constitution's sailing master, detailing the attacks of August 3, 7, as well as the final action on September 3.
3 August Extract from journal kept on board the U. Frigate Constitution. Constitution vs Guerriere Took the Frigate Guerriere (38) Constitution vs Java Took the Frigate Java (38) off the coast of Brazil Took the Sloop Pictou (16) taken and burnt Action of Took the Post Ship Cyane (22) off Madiera TRN4.
Journal (23 Jan May ), kept by Alexander S. Wadsworth, of the U.S. Navy frigate President, commanded by William Bainbridge; journal (13 May June ), kept by Wadsworth, also of frigate President, commanded by Charles Morris; and journal (17 June Feb. ), kept by Wadsworth, of the U.S.
Navy frigate Constitution, commanded. USS Constitution is a large and complex sailing warship, and during her active combat years it took to crew to keep her at sea. Today, there are 75 enlisted sailors and three commissioned officers assigned to USS Constitution. From toa total of.
Myself and a boy were taken on board of the frigate ; the remainder of my officers and men were left in the Betsey, and sent into Halifax, N. S., as a prize to the Guerriere. On the 19th of the same month, when in latitude 41° 41' North, longitude about 55° 40' West, the wind being fresh from the northward, the Guerriere was under double.
Journal Kept Board the US Frigate Constitution by Amos Evans War of Navy Documentary History in 3 volumes (zip file link to my dropbox account) Other. Evans, Amos A. “Journal Kept on Board the United States Frigate ‘Constitution,’by Amos A. Evans, Surgeon United States Navy.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 19 (): –69, –86, – Farragut, Loyall, and David Glasgow Farragut.
The Naval War of A Documentary History, vol. 1, Washington: Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, Washington: Naval Historical Center, Department of the Navy, Evans, Amos A.
Journal Kept on Board the United States Frigate "Constitution," The story begins with the bill that Congress passed to construct six frigates to deal with the Barbary pirates, and the book follows the ships' design, construction, and notable actions throughout their careers, which included the Quasi-War with France, the war against the Barbary pirates, and the War of /5.
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The United States Congress authorized the original six frigates of the United States Navy with the Naval Act of on Maat a total cost of $, These ships were built during the formative years of the United States Navy, on the recommendation of designer Joshua Humphreys for a fleet of frigates powerful enough to engage any frigates of the French or British navies yet Built: – Philadelphia: Joseph Dennie, - Hardcover.
With an article titled Masonic Oration, a tribute to a Marine William S. Bush, who was killed on Aug on board the USS Constitution, Old Ironsides, in the naval battle with the H.M.S.
Guerriere. The Port Folio was a Philadelphia literary and political magazine, published – by Joseph Dennie, one of the leading scholars. About the history of the United States inthe War of with the British, Louisiana is admitted.
--Antiwar Federalists gained strength in Congress. --The 1st life insurance company was formed in the U.S., in Philadelphia. Apr. 30 Louisiana was admitted as the 18th State with a constitution. Journal with a companion volume of watercolour illustrations, kept by Edward Pritchard, recording his service on board the Shannon in the Arctic and during the War ofincluding her duel with the Chesapeake in Boston Bay, comprising: (i) "Memorandum kept by Edward Pritchard on Board HMS Shannon", with his ownership inscription "Edward Pritchard ", the entries recording his service on.
Log Book US Frigate Constitution, August Aug entry for Aug Naval History Society Collection—Hull, vol. A complete log of the Constitution does exist at the National Archives, but even without the famous battle pages, the New-York Historical Society’s logbook well describes the routine of a man o’ war.
|a The female marine, or, The adventures of Miss Lucy Brewer |h [electronic resource]: |b who served three years on board the U.S. frigate Constitution during the late war with Great-Britain / |c written by herself. |a 4th ed. |a United States: |b Printed for the author, |c |a p.
USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship afloat, is as much a symbol of early America as the Betsy Ross flag and the bald eagle. Launched inthe wooden-hulled sailing frigate played vital roles in a young nation’s fledging naval fleet – from the Quasi War with France, the Barbary Wars with pirates, to the War of The Political Constitution of the Spanish Monarchy (Spanish: Constitución Política de la Monarquía Española), also known as the Constitution of Cádiz (Spanish: Constitución de Cádiz) and as La Pepa, was the first Constitution of Spain and one of the earliest constitutions in world history.
It was established on 19 March by the Cortes of Cádiz, the first Spanish orial extent: Spanish Empire.Captain David Porter, USN, of U.S.
frigate Essex reported the capture of HM brig Alert on 13 August in these words: "He avoided the dreadful consequences that our broad side would in a few moments have produced by prudentially striking his colours." On 19 AugustU.S. frigate Constitution chased a large vessel.