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AUTOGRAPHS > U.S. Naval Autographs

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Autograph, Admiral Samuel F. Du Pont

War Period Signature With Rank

(1803-65) Appointed a midshipman in 1815. He fought prominently during the Mexican War, operating on the Pacific coast where he quickly showed his skill as a naval combat commander, taking or destroying thirty enemy ships and clearing the Gulf of California in the process. Du Pont transported Major John Fremontís troops to San Diego, where they captured the city. Du Pont then continued operations along the Baja coast, including the capture of La Paz, and burnt two enemy gunboats in the harbor of Guaymas under...  

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Autograph, Admiral Charles H. Davis

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(1807-77) Entering the navy as a Midshipman in 1823, he served in the Pacific, the Mediterranean, and the South Atlantic. Promoted to Captain in November 1861, he was Chief of Staff and Fleet Officer in the Port Royal expedition. He was promoted to Flag Officer of the Mississippi flotilla, in May 1862, fighting at Fort Pillow, Memphis, Vicksburg, and the Yazoo River. As Commodore, in July 1862, Davis was made chief of the Bureau of Navigation and promoted to Rear Admiral in Feb. 1863. Staying in the U.S. Navy after the...  

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Autograph Admiral John M.B. Clitz

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(1821-97) Born in Sackets Harbor, New York, he entered the U.S. Navy as a midshipman in 1837, and was promoted to passed midshipman in 1843. During his long naval career he served in the West Indies Squadron, the Mediterranean Squadron, the Home Squadron, the U.S. Coast Survey, the East India Squadron, and the Pacific Squadron. During the Mexican War, he participated in the siege of Isla de Sacrificios off Vera Cruz, the surrender of the Castle San Juan de Ulua, was on patrol in the Gulf of Mexico, and took part in the...  

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Autograph Rear Admiral Sylvanus W. Godon

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(1809-79) Born in Philadelphia, he entered the U.S. Navy as a midshipman in 1819, and was promoted to passed midshipman in 1827. Promoted to lieutenant in 1836, he served on the Ohio, the flagship of Commodore Issac Hull's Mediterranean Squadron, 1839-41. He saw action in the Mexican War in command of the Vesuvius at the reduction of Vera Cruz in 1847. Promoted to commander in 1855, he commanded the steam sloop of war Mohican in the African Squadron, and captured the slaver Erie on August 8, 1860, off the Congo, and...  

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Autograph Rear Admiral Louis M. Goldsborough

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(1805-73) Born in Washington, D.C., he was the son of a chief clerk of the U.S. Navy Department. He received his lieutenant's commission in 1825, and saw service during the Seminole and Mexican Wars. Upon the outbreak of the Civil War, he was appointed commander of the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. He earned the Thanks of Congress in 1862 for the capture of Roanoke Island and the closing of the North Carolina sounds. He was promoted to Rear Admiral in August 1862. In June 1865, he was appointed as the first...  

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Autograph Rear Admiral Earl English

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(1824-93) A native of New Jersey, he joined the U.S. Navy on February 25, 1840. After sailing around the world aboard the U.S.S. Constellation, he entered the U.S. Naval Academy where he graduated in 1846. He served during the Mexican War aboard the U.S.S. Independence and was at the capture of Mazatlan in 1847. He was wounded in China's Canton River in 1856. During the Civil War, he was a lieutenant commander and his principal service was in the Gulf of Mexico and in North Carolina waters where he captured the C.S.S....  

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Autograph Rear Admiral Louis M. Goldsborough

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(1805-73) Born in Washington, D.C., he was the son of a chief clerk of the U.S. Navy Department. He received his lieutenant's commission in 1825, and saw service during the Seminole and Mexican Wars. Upon the outbreak of the Civil War, he was appointed commander of the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. He earned the Thanks of Congress in 1862 for the capture of Roanoke Island and the closing of the North Carolina sounds. He was promoted to Rear Admiral in August 1862. In June 1865, he was appointed as the...  

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Autograph Admiral Bancroft Gherardi

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(1832-1903) Born in Jackson, Louisiana, he was appointed an Acting Midshipman on June 26, 1846, and served on the Ohio during the Mexican War. He entered the U.S. Naval Academy in 1851, and graduated the next year. At the outbreak of the Civil War he served on the steam sloop Lancaster and later became the executive officer of the Chippewa in the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron. He later commanded the gunboats Chocura and Port Royal, and was commended for his gallant conduct in the battle of Mobile Bay, under Admiral David...  

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