1 edition of Cumberland ballads found in the catalog.
First pub. under title: Ballads in the Cumberland dialectAvailable to OhioLINK librariesElectronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest/Chadwyck Healey, 1992Mode of access: World Wide Web
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|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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] - RBW Last updated in version 5. " Retrieved: 8 July 2009. Britain promptly went one better, with Warrior -- the first all-iron warship ever built Paine, p.
Indeed, both Cumberland Cumberland ballads Congress were thought so vulnerable that tentative orders had been given to withdraw them from Hampton Roads Nelson, p.
The big blade tore a fatal hole in the Cumberlnd, causing her to sink quickly, with her flag famously still flying. 258-260, "The Cumberland Crew" 1 text, 1 tune Silber-SoldierSongsAndHomeFrontBalladsOfCivilWar, pp.
236so she was effectively unable to move. Lomax cites Fuson's Ballads of the Kentucky Highlands. De Marsan New York1861-1864 CROSS-REFERENCES: cf.
The Minnesota runs aground; had Cumberland ballads the Monitor arrived the next day, the Merrimac would have sunk that ship also FOUND IN: US MA,MW,NE Canada Mar,Ont Ireland Britain England Lond REFERENCES 20 citations : Laws A18, "The Cumberland Crew" Doerflinger-SongsOfTheSailorAndLumberman, pp.
25, or even 1000 tons, accoring to Nelson, p. "Cumberland Gap" Recorded June 1924 first recording,Length appx. But he would live, though he carried metal in his face for the rest of his life, and he also recovered his sight -- at least in one eye; Nelson, p. Dana Greene, "We thought we had gained a great victory: In the 'Monitor' Turret," article in Clarence C.
Plus there were many places in Hampton Roads which were accessible to other ships where she simply could not sail -- to some extent Union ships could avoid her or at least her ram by putting a shoal between them. An Exmoor Scolding, between Two Sisters.
After that, the Virginia stopped worrying about Minnesota and went back to slugging at the Monitor. Due, in no small part, to the damage inflicted by the Cumberland. Told he had, and that the Virginia was leaving, he declared, "Then I don't care what happens to me.
73; for their skippers, Konstam, p.
But the ships that were destroyed were of relatively little value.
Small as it was, it inspired little confidence in the Federal naval officers Hoehling, p.
Plus the ship had run into a storm on the way to Hampton Roads the same storm that had delayed the Virginia's sortie , which almost caused the Monitor to go under.