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Confederate States Navy research guide : Confederate naval imprints described and annotated, chronology of naval operation and administration, Marine Corps and naval officer biographies, description and service of vessels, subject bibliography : specifically compiled for collectors, historians, and librarians

Author: Thomas Truxtun Moebs
Publisher: Williamsburg, Va. (P.O. Box 247, Williamsburg 23187) : Moebs Pub. Co., 1991.
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"This research guide has two purposes. First, it provides the user with the most comprehensive, single-volume body of information on the Confederate States Navy. Second, it directs the user to a huge number of sources from which he or she can flesh out information in the guide.".
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
History
Imprints
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Truxtun Moebs
OCLC Number: 24477660
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xxiv, 578 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: "To accomplish the above purposes, the guide is made up of five parts. The parts, four of which utilize a double-column format and a small type size, are equivalent to at least four separate volumes. These five parts are: Confederate printed naval publications by year ; Chronology of naval administration and operations; Biographical data on marine corps and naval officers; Vessels of the Confederate Navy; Annotated bibliography of subject research sources" --
Purpose, p. vii.
Responsibility: by Thomas Truxtun Moebs.

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"This research guide has two purposes. First, it provides the user with the most comprehensive, single-volume body of information on the Confederate States Navy. Second, it directs the user to a huge number of sources from which he or she can flesh out information in the guide.".

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