New Jersey Historical Society
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Legion, Borrell Naval Post, Newark, New Jersey
Mailing list of Borrell Naval Post, Newark; typescript copy of roster and muster roll of First Battalion, New Jersey Naval Militia.
Letters, correspondence, bills, receipts and Naval Department commands pertaining to Thomas Oakley Anderson, a prominent officer in the U.S. Navy from Newton, New Jersey.
Consists of a journal kept on board USS Peacock, St. Louis, and North Carolina.
Carpender, Arthur S.
Letters; commissions; biographical sketches of Carpender; airlog, 1942-1946, kept by this career naval officer.
Diary; correspondence, invitations, legal documents, commonplace books, and other documents.
Jr., Sebastian C.
Includes typed extracts from letters December 12, 1864 in which Duncan explains the naval affair in which he took part, involving the Confederate steamer Ida and the capture of another rebel steamer, Resolute.
Letters written by Gilder as a midshipman at the United States Naval Academy to his family in Newark. He entered the Naval Academy in 1872, but after two years resigned and went to Newark to become a reporter.
Includes logbook of USS Warren.
Includes letters depicting the measures of war against Spain, called the War of Jenkin’s Ear, 1739-1743. Naval strategies against Spain are detailed in Governor Morris’ correspondence with King George II and the Duke of Newcastle.
Includes a record book of Commander Charles Steward for USS Constellation, 1812-1813.
Pierson, Edward A.
Includes diaries and letters documenting his experience as a surgeon in the U.S. Navy, on board the frigate St. Lawrence, and the gunboat Penobscot.
Includes a journal kept by Donald MacLaren from 1865 to 1867 as a Navy chaplain on USS Lancaster.
Includes journals kept during service on USS Constitution, Concord, and Washington.
Correspondence and legal documents, primarily concerning legal and financial matters and appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy.
11 May 2002