||Bulloch -- The Florida -- Semmes -- The "290" -- The Alabama -- The castigation of Mr. Lancaster -- The Georgia and the Rappahannock -- The Alexandra and the Pampero -- Laird's rams and French rams -- The Tallahassee and the Chickamauga -- The Shenandoah -- Blockade-runners -- The men and the ships that ran the blockade -- Tales of old men -- Appendix: the sinking of the Alabama.
||"British seamen were at the center of a diplomatic and strategic struggle during the Civil War in the United States. Journal accounts of Commander James Dunwoody Bulloch of the Confederate Navy, U.S. Ambassador Charles Francis Adams, and Thomas H. Dudley, U.S. Consul in England, who sought alliance with the British fleet, shed light on the issues"--Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|ISBN||9780786445301 (softcover : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0786445300 (softcover : alk. paper)|