|Statement||illus. by John O"Hara Cosgrave II.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||185|
I read and reread The Monitor and the Merrimac when I was young. It is an engaging story of the people surrounding the Union and Confederate navies during the Civil War. It starts with the development of the Iron Clads and talks about how John Ericsson came to suggest the revolutionary design of the Monitor/5(4). The Monitor and the Merrimac book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is a pre historical reproduction that was cur /5. Author: Avi Iron Thunder By Nick Nourse This book takes place in the mid late s during the Civil War. On a naval ship called the Monitor. This book is based on eye witness accounts and there really was a Tom Carroll on the monitor. The two main characters in /5. Monitor Merrimac District - Colonial Virginia Council (Unofficial) has members. This is an unofficial page for the Monitor Merrimac District -.
The Merrimac could not follow the Monitor into those shallow waters, so thinking the Monitor was retreating, she withdrew toward Sewell's Point. Seeing this, Greene thought the Merrimac was retreating. Topps Civil War News baseball card Destruction at Sea: Monitor vs. Merrimac--Mar. 9, . The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Iron Thunder: The Battle between the Monitor & the Merrimac by Avi, Unknown | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or /5(8). THE MERRIMAC AND THE MONITOR. II. Told by H. Ashton Ramsay, Major C.S.A., Chief Engineer of the "Merrimac" The Merrimac was built in as a full-rigged war-frigate, of thirty-one hundred tons' burden, with auxiliary steam power to be used only in case of head winds. She was a hybrid from her birth, marking the transition from sails to steam as well as from wooden ships to ironclads. On the way to Virginia, the Monitor encounters a harrowing storm which almost sinks the ship. The Monitor and her crew arrive to find the Merrimac has destroyed the Union ships the Congress and the Columbia. When the southern ironclad threatens the remaining Union ship, the Minnesota, the Monitor prepares for combat.
By Arthur Mokin, Amazon Digital Services LLC, Original Publisher, Presidio Press, Novato CA, () Reviewed by Robert P. Largess. Searching “Monitor and Merrimac” on Amazon brought up twenty-five books of popular history or historical fiction, seventeen of which were in print or available on Kindle, including Arthur Mokin’s novel, Ironclad. USS Monitor was an iron-hulled steam-powered ironclad warship built for the Union Navy (United States Navy) during the American Civil War (–), the first such ship commissioned by the Navy. Monitor played a central role in the Battle of Hampton Roads on 9 March , where, under the command of Lieutenant John L. Worden, she fought the casemate ironclad CSS Virginia (built on the hull Speed: 6 knots (11 km/h; mph). Congress played an active role during the Civil War (–) through legislation, appropriations, and oversight. In , Congress encouraged development of the ironclad warship the U.S.S. ed by Swedish-American engineer John Ericsson, it was tested in an epic encounter with the Merrimac, a Union ship the Confederates had captured, fitted with iron armor, and renamed the . History >> Civil War The Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack is famous because it was the first clash between ironclad warships. This battle changed the future of naval warfare. It took place on March 8, and March 9, First Battle of Iron Ships of War by Henry Bill.