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Gideon Welles

Lincoln’s Secretary of the Navy

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        StatementOxford University Press
        PublishersOxford University Press
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        LC Classifications1973
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 87 p. :
        Number of Pages96
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        ISBN 100195016939
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He held his post till the close of President Johnson's administration in 1869. That same year Welles was defeated in a bid for the governorship; but he became a Republican national committeeman.

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From to thenumerous inlets allowed small Confederate craft to slip through the Federal blockade. More A great local experience. Despite his misgivings, Welles' efforts to rebuild the Navy and implement the blockade proved extraordinarily effective. In his first report, dated 4 July 1861, he announced the increase of the effective naval force from forty-two to eighty-two vessels.

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The House of Representatives to-day passes a resolution of H. He said with a voice and countenance which I shall never forget, that he had dreaded yet expected this—that there has seemed to him for a full week, a determination that Lee should escape with his force and plunder, and that, my God, is the last of this Army of the Potomac.

1865 — Connecticut Historical Society Born in on July 1, 1802, Welles was the descendent of a family whose roots in colonial Connecticut dated Gideon Welles to 1639. Boston ; New York : Houghton Mifflin Company. His conservative views led to arguments with Gideon Welles of his fellow officers, particularly William H. 3 April 1912 : 631—32. He is remembered as a patriot who possessed determination and a singular devotion to mission and the principles for which the North fought the Civil War.

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