Francis Winslow papers
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Written in English


  • R.R. Cuyler (Ship),
  • Merrimack (Frigate),
  • Dale (Ship),
  • Cruise, 1834-1837,
  • Officers,
  • Blockades,
  • Saratoga (Sloop of war),
  • Harbors,
  • Correspondence,
  • Brandywine (Frigate),
  • Description and travel,
  • Logbooks,
  • Foreign service,
  • United States. Navy,
  • Falmouth (Ship),
  • United States,
  • Water Witch (Steamer),
  • Cruise, 1854-1859,
  • History,
  • Marion (Ship),
  • Erie (Sloop of war),
  • Naval History,
  • Naval operations

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Correspondence, journals, logs, and other papers documenting Winslow"s naval career. Includes journal (1834-1837) kept during his first cruise aboard the frigate Brandywine to South America, subsequent shore duty in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Montevideo, Uruguay, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and aboard the sloop of war Erie; journals and logs recording his experiences aboard the sloops of war Marion and Dale in South American waters (1839-1842) and cruises (1854-1859) on the sloops of war Falmouth and Saratoga and the frigate Merrimack; and letterbook (1861-1862) from his commands of the steamer gunboats Water Witch and R. R. Cuyler during the Civil War blockades of Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana ports. Correspondents include his wife, Mary Sophia Nelson Winslow, and other family members.

The Physical Object
Pagination700 2 1 0.8
Number of Pages700
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25242411M
LC Control Number70022293

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  In addition to the papers in possession of Mr. Francis E. Winslow there have been added a considerable number of letters and documents kindly loaned by other members of the Winslow family, and the editor's obligations are especially due to Mr. Edward Pelham Winslow of Stratford, Ont., and Miss Mary Winslow, of Woodstock, N. by: 1.   Francis Winslow Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Francis Winslow II (–) graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in , and retired as a lieutenant in Cameron McRae Author: Ron Coddington. BOX 20 Military papers, Francis Winslow II, (3 folders) BOX 20 Genealogy, Winslow family history, BOX 21 Financial papers, Winslow family BOX 21 Household account book, Winslow Family, Container . In Winslow's son, Arthur, published Francis Winslow, His Forbears and Life, largely based on these papers. However, material used for the book did not include the earliest and most engaging journal of relating to.

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Correspondence, journal, speeches, writings, military orders, scrapbook, and other papers relating to the Civil War, railroad affairs, national politics, foreign policy, the Spanish-American War, Cuban affairs, and the China Relief Expedition (). Subjects include Civil War campaigns, the postwar Army, the St. Louis and Southeastern Railway Company and railway . Military memoir about the American Civil War, including an account of the siege of Vicksburg and the taking of Jackson, Miss. Episodes contain the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Acquisition Information. Most of the papers in this collection came from members of the Winthrop family over a period of a century and a half. In , Francis Bayard Winthrop, at the urging of his brother Thomas Lindall Winthrop, gave to the Massachusetts Historical Society the first two volumes of the journal of Gov. John Winthrop. His Winslow line runs: Edward, Isaac, Josiah, Edward & Susanna. The silver book notes 5 of Edward Jr.'s 13 children marrying, so there may still be descendants in NB. He died there, intestate, in Image and some info from W. O. Raymond, ed. Winslow Papers, Vol. 2 (St. John: NB Historical Society, ), pp. , , digitized by me.