1898:
Efficiency of the Revenue Cutter Service
During the Spanish - American War

 Edited by Duane Borchers, Sr.

BK-003, $22.00 (Foreign; $52.00)(8 1/2" x 11" soft cover book, 82 pages)

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Adams, Lieut. Commander, U.S.N., pg. 47
Alcedo, Spanish gunboat, pg. 47
Alexandrino, Luzon insurgent, pg. 26
Alvarez, Cuban insurgent, pg. 47
Amao, Augusto, Lieut. Col., Cuban insurgent, pg. 51
Annapolis, U.S.S., pg. 56
Armas, Colonel, Cuban insurgent, pg. 60
At Lee, William E., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 11
Attu Island, Alaska, pg. 67
Australia, S.S., steamer, pg. 31
Badger, U.S.S., pg. 61
Bagley, Ensign, U.S.N., pg. 10, 17, 36
Bahia Honda, Cuba, pg. 41, 42, 45, 50, 61
Ballinger, J.G., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12, 50
Baltimore Harbor, pg. 16
Baltimore, U.S.S., pg. 23, 25
Banes, John, Honorable United States Minister at Bangkok, pg. 22|
Barcelo, U.S. tender, pg. 31
Barker, Eben, 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Battle of Cardenas, pg. 10, 17
Battle of Cavite, pg. 25
Battle of Manila, pg. 9, 16, 18
Bayard, French warship, pg. 28
Bear, R.C.S., pg. 66, 67
Bella Ynez, sloop, pg. 39
Berryman, Captain, U.S.M.C., pg. 26
Billard, F.C., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Blake, Daniel W., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 12, 46
Blake, Eugene, 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Blanco, Captain General, Spanish Army, pg. 53, 61
Blanco Cay, Cuba, pg. 34, 39|
Blanco Channel, Cuba, pg. 32
Blanco Passage, Cuba, pg. 39
Blasdell, W.G., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Blunt, W.F., M.D., State Health Officer and Surgeon General of Texas, pg. 68
Boca Chica Channel, Philippines, pg. 25
Boca Grande, Manila Bay, pg. 24
Bonarcutura, H.B.M.S., pg. 28
Boston Harbor, pg. 10, 14, 15
Boston, U.S.S., pg. 23, 24, 25, 26
Boyd, H.L., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 12
Brainard, Lieut., U.S.N., pg. 39, 40
Brazos River, Texas, pg. 67, 68
Brian, C.T., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 15
Briggs, J.B., Lieut. Comm., U.S.N., pg. 25
Broadbent, A.L., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Brown, J.B., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Bruix, French cruiser, pg. 25
Brumby, Lieut., U.S.N., pg. 25
Bryan, J.I., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Bryan, L.R., citizen of Texas, pg. 68
Buccleugh, British steamer, pg. 25
Buhner, A., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 15
Bulusan, Philippine insurgent steamer, pg. 28
Butler, H.U., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 12, 46
Cabanas, Cuba, pg. 42, 45, 50
Cairness, C.W., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 66
Caldwell, Ensign, U.S.N., pg. 26
Calkins, Lieut., U.S.N., pg. 29
Calumet, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 13, 20
Camden, B.H., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Canacao Bay, Philippines, pg. 26
Cantwell, J.C., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Cape Cruz, Cuba, pg. 44, 46
Cape Hatteras, N.C., pg. 55
Cape Henry, pg. 47, 58
Cape Nome, Alaska, pg. 67
Carden, G.L., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12, 46, 47
Cardenas Bay, Cuba, pg. 18, 20, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 52
Castine, U.S.S., pg. 54, 61
Cavite, Philippine Islands, pg. 16, 17, 21, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31
Cay Romano, Cuba, pg. 49
Cervera, Admiral, Spanish Navy, pg. 45
Chalker, Chief Engineer, R.C.S., pg. 11, 28
Charleston, S.C., pg. 54, 55, 57, 58, 59
Charleston, U.S.S., pg. 29
Charlotte Harbor, Fla., pg. 63
Chase, U.S.S., pg. 57
Chaytor, E.C., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 15
Chesapeake Bay, pg. 58
Chevers, M.T., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 15
Chiswell, B.M., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Cienfuegos, Cuba, pg. 10, 19, 20, 40, 44, 46, 47
City of Peking, U.S. transport, pg. 29
Clark, R.M., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 15
Cobb, gunner, U.S.N., pg. 61
Coffin, C.F., Chief Engineer, R.C.S., pg. 12
Cojima, Cuba, pg. 52, 54, 56
Concord, U.S.S., pg. 23, 25, 30
Corogal Point, Cuba, pg. 32, 34
Cormorant, German cruiser, pg. 29
Corregidor Island, Philippines, pg. 24, 31
Corwin, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 14, 66, 67
Craig, C.S., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Craig, F.C., seaman, U.S.N., pg. 31
Crisp, R.O., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12, 41
Cruz del Padre lighthouse, Cuba, pg. 33
Cushing, W.H., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Cutchin, N.E., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 13, 38
Cutter, L.T., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Cyrus, British steamer, pg. 30
Daiquiri, Cuba, pg. 43, 45, 46
Dallas, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 15
Daniels, George M., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12, 47
Darmstadt, German steamer, pg. 27
Davis, E.W., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 12
de Otte, D.F.A., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13|
Dennett, John, Captain, R.C.S., pg. 15
Dewey, George, Admiral, U.S.N., pg. 9, 11, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Dexter, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 15
Diana Cay, Cuba, pg. 32, 34, 35
Diaz, General, Cuban insurgent, pg. 51
Dodge, F.G., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 15
Dolphin, U.S.S., pg. 41, 49
Dorry, 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 16
Duffy, John, seaman, R.C.S., pg. 31
Dungan, Thomas M., Captain R.C.S., pg. 7
Dunseath, William, oiler, R.C.S., pg. 31
E. A. Stevens, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 7
Eagle, U.S.S., pg. 40, 41
Eddie, British steamer, pg. 28
Edmunds, S.P., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Egmont Key, Cuba, pg. 56, 57
El Fraile Rock, Philippines, pg. 24
Ellen A. Reed, British steamer, pg. 29
Erben, Admiral, U.S.N., pg. 56
Ericsson, U.S.S., pg. 57
Esmeralda, British steamer, pg. 21|
Falkenstein, F.R., Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 15
Faunce, John R.C.S., pg. 7
Fengar, C.C., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Fish Hawk, U.S.S., pg. 54
Fisher, H.G., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Foley, Daniel P., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 11, 27
Fort Darling, pg. 7
Fort Malate, Philippines, pg. 30
Fort Stuart, British ship, pg. 29
Fortress Monore, pg. 56
Frasier, Chaplain, U.S.N., pg. 25
French, D. McC, Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 13
Frye, William P., Senator, President protempore, from Lewiston, Maine, pg. 69
Gage, L.J., Secretary of the Treasury, pg. 4, 69
Gallinger, Jacob H., Senator from Concord, N.H., pg. 1
Galveston, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 15, 67, 68
Galveston, Texas, pg. 68
Galveston, U.S.S., pg. 15, 67, 68
Gamble, A.L., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Geier, German warship, pg. 45
Giberga. Benjamin, Cuban insurgent, pg. 48
Giberga, Octavia, Lieut. Col., Cuban insurgent, pg. 48
Glover, H.D., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Gooding, G.H., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 15
Goodrich, C.T., Captain, U.S.N., pg. 45
Goudey, F.B., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Grant, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 14, 66, 67
Greene, Joseph B., Asst. Surg., R.C.S., pg. 11
Guantanamo, Cuba, pg. 42, 43, 44
Gussie, transport, pg. 45
Guthrie, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 16
Haines, O.G., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Hall, Paymaster, U.S.N., pg. 57
Hamilton, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 12, 20, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 59, 60, 65
Hammond, Robert R., Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 14
Hand, W.H., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 15
Handy, W.E., Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 13
Harriet Lane, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 7
Harrington, P.F., Captain, U.S.N., pg. 48
Harvey, Urban, 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 13
Hasson, A.R., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13, 66
Hatteras Inlet, Va., pg. 7
Hawk, U.S.S., pg. 59
Helena, U.S.S., pg. 46, 56
Henderson, A.J., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13, 66
Herring, W.J., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 14
Hist, U.S.S., pg. 44, 46
Hodgsdon, D.B., Captain R.C.S., pg. 9, 11, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 27
Hong Kong, pg. 9, 16, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30
Honolulu, British ship, pg. 29
Hooker, J.C., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Hooper, C.L., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 11, 17, 29, 32
Hottel, J.B., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 15
Hough, J. Spencer, Surgeon, pg. 12
Howell, J.A., Rear Admiral, U.S.N., pg. 10, 20, 52, 53, 61
Howell, W.B., Asst. Secretary of the Navy, pg. 22
Howison, A.J., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Howison, J.W., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 16
Hudson, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 10, 13, 17, 18, 20, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 52
Humphrey, seaman, U.S.N., pg. 31
Hunker, Captain, U.S.N., pg. 56
Immortalite, British man-of-war, pg. 30
Indiana, U.S.S., pg. 43, 48, 50
Iphegenia, H.B.M.S., 28
Irene, German Cruiser, pg. 28
Irene Incident, pg. 28
Jack, E.A., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 16
Jacobs, W.V.E., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Jacobsen, Iver, seaman, R.C.S., pg. 31
James, Jr., Charles H., Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 12
Jones, Moses, R.C.S., pg. 38
Josefita, sloop, pg. 39
Joynes, Walker W., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 11
Jucaro, Cuba, pg. 44, 46
Kaiserine Augusta, German cruiser, pg. 30
Kanlung Bay, China, pg. 26
Key West, Fla., pg. 32, 33, 37, 40, 41, 42, 43, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65
Kilgore, W.F., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 14
Kindleberger, surgeon, U.S.N., pg. 25
Kotzebue Sound, Alaska, pg. 67
Kotzschmar, Jr., Herman, 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 12, 46
Kwonchoi, U.S. transport, pg. 30
Lancaster, U.S.S., pg. 65
Landrey, S.M., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Laurada, steamer, pg. 67
Leong, transport, pg. 43
Levis, F.A., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Lewton, T.G., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 13, 40
Leyte, Spanish gunboat, pg. 28
Linnet, H.B.M.S., pg. 27
Little Cayo Blanco, Cuba, pg. 39
Lobos Cay, Cuba, pg. 48, 49
Long, John D., Secretary of the Treasury, pg. 18, 22
Lopez, Diego, Cuban insurgent, pg. 60
Lopez, Felix, Lieut., Cuban insurgent, pg. 51, 60
Ludlow, W.L., Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 14
Luzon Island, Philippines, pg. 26
Lynnhaven Roads, pg. 55, 57
Maccoun, William E., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 11
Machias, U.S.S., pg. 33, 34, 37, 57
Maguire, S.E., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 10, 12, 19, 20, 41
Malibon, Philippines, pg. 28, 29
Malibon River, Philippines, pg. 27, 29
Mangrove, U.S.S., pg. 49, 59
Manila Bay, Philippines, pg. 16, 21, 23, 24, 27
Manila, Philippines, pg. 9, 11, 16, 18, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 68
Mann, George H., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12, 46
Manning, R.C.S., cutter, pg. 10, 12, 19, 20, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 49, 59
Manzanillo, Cuba, pg. 44, 46
Maple, U.S.S., pg. 49
Marblehead, U.S.S., pg. 40
Mariel, Cuba, pg. 45, 50, 51
Marivales Bay, Philippines, pg. 28, 29
Matsisluma, Japanese warship, pg. 30
Maxwell, W.L., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Mayflower, U.S.S., pg. 54
Maynard, Captain, U.S.N., pg. 41
McAdory, Robert, Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 14
McConnell, Edward F., Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 13
McCulloch, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 66
McKinley, William, President of the United States, pg. 19
McLane, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 13, 20, 62, 63, 65, 66
McLellan, C.H., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12, 45, 47
Mead, E.E., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13, 38, 39, 40
Mel, John, 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 11, 23
Miami, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 7
Miles, General, U.S.A., pg. 51
Miller, James M. Commander, U.S.N., pg. 39
Mirs Bay, China, pg. 23
Mississippi River, pg. 15
Mitchell, A.T., Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 12, 46
Mobile Bay, Louis., pg. 10, 14, 15
Montgomery, U.S.S., pg. 49, 51
Montserrat, Spanish steamer, pg. 57
Morrill, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 12, 20, 54, 55, 56, 57
Morro Castle, Cuba, pg. 51, 52, 54, 60, 61, 62
Morro light, Cuba, pg. 59, 60, 61
Munger, F.M., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 10, 12, 19, 42, 43, 44, 47
Munroe, C.W., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Myers, William C., 1st Asst Eng., R.C.S., pg. 11
Nanshan, U.S.S., pg. 23, 24, 25
Narcissus, British frigate, pg. 6
Nash, C.F., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Nashville, U.S.S., pg. 40, 41, 49
Naugatuck, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 7
Neguerro, Cuba, pg. 46
New Orleans, Louis., pg. 10, 14, 15, 50
New York Herald, newspaper, pg. 25, 26, 60
New York, New York, pg. 48
New York, U.S.S. pg. 56, 63
New Harbor, Singapore, pg. 22
Newcomb, F.H., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 10, 13, 17, 18, 20, 33, 37, 38, 40
Newport, R.I., pg. 15
Newport, U.S.S., pg. 56
Newport News, Va., pg. 7
Newton, J.D., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 12
No. 31, transport, pg. 43
Noonan, E.J., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 13
Norfolk, Va., pg. 44, 48, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 62
Nunivak, R.C.S., cutter, pg. 66
Nyanza, British steamer, pg. 29
Ohio, U.S. transport, pg. 29
Olympia, U.S.S., pg. 16, 17, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30
Oneida, U.S.S., pg. 53, 54
Osceola,. U.S.S., pg. 46
Owens, Paul G., U.S.N., pg. 31
Oxus, British steamer, pg. 31
Paine, Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 7
Paraguay expedition, pg. 7
Parorel, Joseph, seaman, R.C.S., pg. 31
Pascal, French cruiser, pg. 27
Pasig River, Philippines, pg. 25, 28, 30
Paul, George F., 2nd Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 15
Peckham, H.L., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Pedrick, W., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 66
Penrose, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 16
Pensacola, Fla., pg. 16
Perry, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 14, 66
Peters, Lieut., U.S.N., pg. 61
Petrel, U.S.S., pg. 23, 30
Phillips, W.J., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 15
Piedras Cay, Cuba, pg. 34, 39
Pigmy, British gunboat, pg. 28
Piney Point, Tampa, Fla., pg. 57
Plover, British gunboat, pg. 28
Point Barrow, Alaska, pg. 66, 67
Pompey, U.S.S., pg. 39, 40, 52
Porcher, G.S., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 15
Port Niquero, Cuba, pg. 44
Pratt, E. Spencer, United States Consul General, Singapore, pg. 22
Prince, P.C., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12, 46
Punta Gorda, Fla., pg. 63
Punta Rassa, Fla., pg. 63, 64
Puritan, U.S.S., pg. 48
Quenos, Cuba, pg. 46
Raleigh, U.S.S., pg. 23, 26, 30
Randall, Francis B., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 11, 25
Reed, B.L., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Reina Christina, Spanish warship, pg. 26
Reliance, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 7
Remey, George C., Commodore, U.S.N., pg. 10, 20, 40, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 65
Resolute, U.S.S., pg. 56
Reynolds, W.E., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13, 66
Ridgely, Jr., Randolph, 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 11, 26
Roath, W.D., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 12, 20, 50, 51, 53, 54
Roberts, W.H., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 13
Robinson, William, 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 12
Rock, S.M., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Rogers, H.B., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 13, 20, 62
Romero Cay, Cuba, pg. 34
Ross, T.W., 2nd Asst Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Ross, W.G., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13, 62
Rush, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 13, 66
Saku, Kondo, steward, U.S.N., pg. 29
Sampson, W.T., Rear Admiral, U.S.N., pg. 9, 11, 43, 63
San Francisco, Calif., pg. 28, 29
San Francisco, U.S.S., pg. 20, 53, 61, 62
San Carlos Bay, Fla., pg. 63
San Mariel, Cuba, pg. 45, 50, 51, 61
San Nicholas Channel, pg. 49
San Nicholas Shoal beacon, Philippines, pg. 31
San Roque, Philippines, pg. 29
Sanibel Island, Fla., pg. 63, 64, 65, 66
Santa Clara battery, pg. 56
Santa Cruz del Sur, Cuba, pg. 44, 46
Santiago, Cuba, pg. 43, 45, 64, 68
Santiago de Cuba, pg. 45
Satterlee, Charles, 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Saturn, coal ship, pg. 40
Schoenborn, Henry E., 2nd Asst. Eng. R.C.S., pg. 11
Schwartz, E.G., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 13
Scorpion, U.S.S., pg. 46
Scott, J.H., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13, 38, 40
Scott, P.H., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 15
Sedgwick, W.J., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg.
Seminole War, pg. 7
Severns, James A., Chief Engineer, R.C.S., pg. 12
Sewells Point, pg. 7
Seymour, H.J., Pilot, R.C.S., pg. 66
Shoemaker, C.F., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 21
Siboney, Fla., pg. 43, 45
Sjoburg, quartermaster, U.S.N., pg. 31
Slamm, J.A., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 14
Slayton, H.O., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 15
Smith, D.A., Pay Inspector, U.S.N., pg. 25, 26
Smith, F.W., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 15
Smith, H.D., Captain, R.C.S., pg. 12, 55, 58
Smith, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 15
Snyder, F.G., 2nd Asst. Eng., pg. 12
Soto, Donato, Maj., Cuban insurgent, pg. 51, 60
St. Louis, U.S.S., pg. 45
St. Michaels, Alaska, pg. 67
St. Nicholas Channel, Cuba, pg. 49
St. Petersburg, Fla., pg. 57, 65
Stickney, of the New York Herald, pg. 25, 26
Still, J.L., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 13
Sturdevant, R.M., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Subic Bay, Philippines, pg. 23
Surveyor, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 6, 7
Sydney, U.S. transport, pg. 28
Tacoma, U.S. tug, pg. 64, 65
Taylor, S.T., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 15
Taylor, Waller, 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Thetis, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 66
Thompson, P.W., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Todd, C.C., U.S.N., pg. 10, 19, 44, 46
Travis, Captain R.C.S., pg. 6
Travis, John C., Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 13
Treaty of 1818, pg. 7
Turner, J.B., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 14
Uberroth, P.H., 2nd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 14
Uncas, U.S.S., pg. 39, 40, 52
Velasco, Texas, pg. 67, 68
Vicksburg, U.S.S., pg. 52, 55, 56, 57
Wadsworth, F.G.F., 1st Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Wanderer, American steamer, pg. 61
War with Mexico, pg. 7
Watson, John C., Commodore, U.S.N., pg. 42, 45, 49, 50, 51, 56, 59, 60
Webber, E.P., Chief Engineer, R.C.S., pg. 12
Wheeler, C.A., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 13, 66
Whitaker, F.W.H., Chief Eng., R.C.S., pg. 15
Whitworth, H.C., Chief Engineer, R.C.S., pg. 12, 46, 47
Whyte, Stephen, Surgeon, R.C.S., pg. 14
Wild, J.V., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg. 12
Wiley, W.A., 3rd Lieut., R.C.S., pg, 12, 46
Wilmington, U.S.S., pg. 19, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 44, 46
Windom, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 10, 12, 19, 20, 36, 40, 41, 49, 52, 61, 65
Winona, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 15
Winslow, Lieut., U.S.N., pg. 41
Winslow, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 10, 17, 18, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38,
Woodbury, R.C.S. cutter, pg. 13, 20, 49, 51, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 65
Wotau, German steamer, pg. 29
Wright, R.E., 2nd Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 13
Yankton, U.S.S., pg. 47
Yokohama, Japan, pg. 25
Young, Lieut., U.S.N., pg. 44
Yucatan Channel, pg. 41
Yuen San, British steamer, pg. 28
Zafiro, U.S.S., pg. 23, 24, 27
Zapadnie Bay, Alaska, pg. 67
Zastrow, C.W., 1st Asst. Eng., R.C.S., pg. 12

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