Alabama (Screw sloop)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Historical documents relating to the Geneva Award claims
Abstract Photograph album containing forty-seven Cartes de Visite belonging to Edward Maffitt Anderson, midshipman on board the CSS Alabama.
Overview Photocopies of the 1861 Proof of Ownership and Registration forms for the Bark Conrad which was later captured by the C.S.S. Alabama and recommissioned as the Tuscaloosa
Overview Documents discussing the C.S.S Alabama digital project.
Dates: circa 1995
Overview Partial muster roll of the CSS Alabama.
Dates: after 1864 June 19
Overview Portions of the logs for the C.S.S. Alabama and the C.S.S. Tuscaloosa. The logs document the daily weather, longitude and latitude as well as information about engagements with enemy ships. There is also a list of ships captured by the Alabama from 5 September 1862 to 20 June 1863 and copies of the correspondence between Lieutenant John Low as captain of the C.S.S. Tuscaloosa and various authorities of the British colony of the Cape of Good Hope.
Abstract A letter dated 9 July 1862, to S. Price Edwards, Collector of Customs at Liverpool, regarding a gunboat (C.S.S. Alabama) being built in the yard of Mssrs. Laird. Holograph copy.
Dates: 1862 July 9
Overview Genealogy and family history of this C.S.S. Alabama sailor
Item — Box: SC0067 Oversize, Folder: 3762.01
Scope and Contents The collection contains a print of a photograph of a highly detailed - and "sea-worthy" - model of the C.S.S. Alabama built in Cornwall, United Kingdom, by Raymond Hunt in July 1999. He inscribed the photo with "Best wishes to all at The Alabama University from Raymond Hunt." His handwritten caption under the picture reads "The C.S.S. Alabama off the Cornish Coast 14 July 1999" and "Built by Raymond Hunt."