"…that on October 4th, 1861, the U.S. Navy authorized construction of its first ironclad warship (later named the Monitor)? "
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John Merryman holding Ex parte decision.
Subject:American Civil War; 1861-1865; Photograph; Portrait male; Occupation--Military--Soldier; Portrait male--Occupation--Politician
Description:Carte-de-visit of John Merryman (1824-1881.) Ex Parte Merryman, 17F. Cas. 144 (1861.) A well-known U.S. Federal court case, which arose out of the American Civil War. Gift of the family of Julian Sangston Clarke in memory of Julian Sangston Clarke, Jr. Actual donor for the family was Beatrice Griffith. From photograph album containing 47 cartes-de-visite of mostly Confederates and Confederate-sympathizers.
Date of Original:ca. 1861
Collection:Special Collections Department
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