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Military Units and Formations of the American Revolutionary War: Pennsylvania Navy, Virginia State Navy, Connecticut State Navy
by:General Books LLC
Chapters: Pennsylvania Navy, Virginia State Navy, Connecticut State Navy, South Carolina Navy, Yorktown Order of Battle, Rhode Island State Navy, Musketeer Regiment Von Trümbach, Georgia State Navy. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can...
Chapters: Pennsylvania Navy, Virginia State Navy, Connecticut State Navy, South Carolina Navy, Yorktown Order of Battle, Rhode Island State Navy, Musketeer Regiment Von Trümbach, Georgia State Navy. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Pennsylvania Navy (more formally known as the Pennsylvania State Navy) served as the naval force of Pennsylvania during the American Revolution and afterward, until the formation of the United States Navy. The navy's vessels served almost exclusively on the Delaware River, and were active (in conjunction with ships of the Continental Navy) in first defending the approaches to the city of Philadelphia during the British campaign that successfully occupied the city in 1777, and then preventing (at least for a time) the Royal Navy from resupplying the occupying army. When the American Revolutionary War broke out in early 1775, the colony of Pennsylvania's Committee of Safety decided that the colony's capital and seat of the Second Continental Congress, Philadelphia, would need to be protected against the incursions of British naval vessels on the Delaware River. On July 6, 1775 it authorized the purchase and outfitting of ships for that purpose. Two days later it placed its first order for an armed galley. By October thirteen such boats had been built, at a cost of 550 each, and outfitted with a single cannon in the bow, and appointed Thomas Read as commodore of the fleet. The first six were launched by July 19, and another six had been launched by the end of August. Their names were: Bulldog, Burke, Camden, Congress, Dickinson, Effingham I, Experiment, Franklin, Hancock, Ranger and Warren. Additionally, 10 fire rafts were built in late 1775 and early 1776 and placed under the command of Captain John Hazelwood; the...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=1840202
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