September 1928

The Confederate States Marine Corps

Volume 13, Issue 3

ON February 14, 1861, the Confederate Congress passed a resolution authorizing the Committee on Naval Affairs to procure the attendance at Montgomery of such persons as they thought advisable to consult with. Upon the passage of this act the Chairman of the Naval Committee sent telegrams to numerous officers in the naval service, requesting them to repair to Montgomery at their earliest convenience.

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