||Introduction -- The 42nd Tennessee Infantry Regiment -- The Confederate Naval Academy -- The academic staff -- The diary -- Report to the Academy -- Drewry's bluff -- Assigned to the CSS Savannah -- Attack on the USS Water Witch -- Savannah is lost -- The end approaches -- Some final thoughts -- Appendices -- A. Regulations of the school ship CSS Patrick Henry -- B. A realistic war college -- Johnson's Island expedition -- Initial report of Lieutenant Commander Austin Pendergrast -- Federal commander of the USS Water Witch -- E. Officers assigned to the CSS Savannah through December 1864 -- F. Report of Commander Brent, C.S. Navy, regarding operations connected with the evacuation of the city of Savannah -- G. The gold and silver in the Confederate States Treasury -- H. Confederate naval cadets.
||"This work provides an in-depth look at the realities of life as a cadet at the Southern Naval Academy. The main focus of the work is the diary which Hubbard Minor kept as a cadet requirement. It provides a day-by-day account of Minor's duties as well as his active service on board the CSS Savannah"--Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|ISBN||9780786426454 (softcover : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0786426454 (softcover : alk. paper)|