US Frigate Potomac collection 1844-1847 1844-1845 Potomac, US Frigate collection

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US Frigate Potomac collection 1844-1847 1844-1845 Potomac, US Frigate collection

The US Frigate collection is made up of a letter book and logbook concerning the ship's service along the Atlantic coast, in the Gulf of Mexico, and in the Caribbean in the mid-1840s. The letter book contains correspondence between Captain John Gwinn and various navy officials from 1844-1847, and the log chronicles daily incidents onboard the from 1844-1845. Potomac Potomac

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Conner, David, 1792-1856

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David Conner (1792-1856) was a United States naval officer. He served as Navy Commissioner; chief of the Bureau of Construction, Equipment and Repair; commander of the U.S. naval force in the Gulf of Mexico during the war with Mexico; and commandant of the naval base at Philadelphia. From the guide to the David Conner papers, 1816-1856, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Navy officer. From the description of ALS : Philadelphia, to R...

Potomac (Frigate)

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Gwinn, John, 1791-1849

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Bancroft, George, 1800-1891

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