Admiral Franklin Buchanan, fearless man of action by Charles Lee Lewis

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Statementby Charles Lee Lewis ...
LC ClassificationsE183 .B93 1929
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi p., 1 .□, 285 p.
Number of Pages285
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Open LibraryOL16597970M
LC Control Number30009603

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He was named the first superintendent of the United States Naval. Photos. Career: Midshipmanfirst Superintendent of Naval Academyaction against Caribbean Pirates, Mexican War, sailed with Commodore Perry to Japanservice in the Confederate navy as Captain of the Merrimac & CO of naval forces in Battle of Mobile Bay.

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Buchanan's resignation from the U.S. Navy in April as the nation teetered on the brink of Civil War is one of. Franklin Buchanan, first superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. (–47), and senior naval officer of the Confederacy during the American Civil War (–65).

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Following the conflict, Buchanan lived in Maryland, then was a businessman in Mobile untilwhen he again took up residence in Maryland. He died there on 11 May Three U.S. Navy destroyers have been named in honor of Admiral Franklin Buchanan, including Buchanan DD, Buchanan DDand Buchanan DDG Yes, Admiral Franklin & An Apology for Printers, Signed Benjamin Franklin private press, keepsake books, signed, limited editionsPrivately Printed for The Book Craftsmen Associates Inc.; andA Keepsake, privately printed by John DePol, Endgrain Press etal.

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Franklin Buchanan was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on 13 September In at the age of 14 he entered the Navy as a Midshipman on board the frigate JAVA.

He was promoted to Lieutenant into Commander in and to Captain in Over the four and a half decades of his U.S. Navy service, Buchanan had extensive and worldwide sea duty.

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