Cornelius Hunt, The Shenandoah; Or The Last Confederate Cruiser
A Scarce, Blockade Running Classic
Cornelius Hunt’s THE SHENANDOAH; OR THE LAST CONFEDERATE CRUISER
During 12 1/2 months of 1864 -1865 the Shenandoah undertook commerce raiding resulting in the capture and sinking or bonding of thirty-eight Union merchant vessels, mostly New Bedford whaleships. The Shenandoah fired the last shot of the American Civil War, across the bow of a whaler in waters off the Aleutian Islands.
This is the story of The Shenandoah. Hunt was an officer on the Shenandoah, the last cruiser of the Confederate States.
Lt. rub along joints; lt. overall wear; A scarce classic.
Hunt, Cornelius E. THE SHENANDOAH; OR THE LAST CONFEDERATE CRUISER. NY: G. W. Carleton, 1867. 2nd; 273p.; frontis.
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