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Text:"... nothing about how Lieut. WilliamBarkerCushing blew up the Confederate warship Albemarle in the Roanoke river in 1864. Cushing, a native of Wisconsin and a page in the national house of representatives..."
Date:Jan 14 1932
Publication:Shiner, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... distinguished officer-father. The ship will enter Puget Sound, Dec. 31, ana be called the Gushing In honor of th late Commander WilliamBarkerCushing. who blew up the Confederate ram Albemarle In the Boanofce..."
Date:Sep 20 1935
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... treo to tree.—St. Nicholas. Cushing's Heroic Deod. In 1801, at the very beginning of our civil war, a young lad named WilliamBarkerCushing entered thè navy as a volunteer officer, though he had..."
Date:July 16 1896
Publication:Ligonier, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Edwards of this city has just finished a bi- ography of Commander WilliamBarkerCushing of Fredonia, the best record of the life of the hero that has yet been published. Edson's Washington Column BY PETER..."
Date:Nov 11 1948
Publication:Dunkirk, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... scampering from tree to tree.—St. Nicholas. Cushing’s Heroic Deed. In 1861, at the very beginning of our civil war, a young lad named WilliamBarkerCushing entered the navy as a volunteer officer, though he..."
Date:July 18 1896
Publication:Monmouth, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... of Commander WilliamBarkerCushing, the first American naval officer to prove the efficacy of the torpedo, has just 'bfen launched at the Staten Island. New York, yard of Bethlehem Steel Company. The new vessel..."
Date:Nov 17 1943
Publication:Brazil, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... has examined more than five hun- dred stories of that period writ- ten between the 1860's and the 1950's. "Lincoln's by Ralph J. Roske and Charles Van Doren, The biography of WilliamBarkerCushing, USN..."
Date:May 11 1957
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... of the late Com mander WilliamBarkerCushing of who received the thanks of Congress in 1864 for his daring exploit in blowing up the Confederate iron clad Albe marle in the Roanoke river with a The portrait..."
Date:May 7 1952
Publication:Dunkirk-Fredonia, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... reader also. But. in the meantime,” Author Ralph Roske remarks, ‘i’m digging around in history to see if I can’t come up with another WilliamBarkerCushing. There aren’t too many fabulous char-. acters..."
Date:Mar 31 1957
Publication:Eureka, California, United States of America
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Text:"... tlie new state of Oregon at Annapolis. He became a companioi! from the start of WilliamBarkerCushing. bOTn in Wisconsin but who was appointed to the Academy in 1857. Both became heroes of the Union..."
Date:June 18 1936
Publication:Bath, Maine, United States of America
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Text:"... to level the piano ami land here for Featured at open house in the historical rooms at the Barker library April from 7 to 9 will be the citation of Midshipman WilliamBarkerCushing for Patriot Fidelity..."
Date:Apr 20 1967
Publication:Dunkirk-Fredonia, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... completion here today, seventy-first anniversary or tho heroic exploit in which her naniesakB, Lieut, WilliamBarkerCushing, Joined the United States navy's immortals. It was the night of Oct. 27, 18..."
Date:Oct 28 1935
Publication:Helena, Montana, United States of America
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Text:"... have been hung on the walls of the county court room at May- ville, under that of the grandfather of the four men, Zattu Cushing, who was the first county judge of Chautauqua. WilliamBarkerCushing won..."
Date:Dec 26 1946
Publication:Dunkirk, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... — not to say un- The long awaited biogruf>hy of 1S!ua{ — career! But no one who WilliamBarkerCushing. I >.N vead Miss Lee’s two very funny Ffc. 2, Sec. 2—THE ROBSTOWN RECORD Julv IS, 1957 “ j bv the quiz..."
Date:July 18 1957
Publication:Robstown, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... WilliamBarkerCushing up the Atbtiiuaric Farragut once said to Gen James Grant Wilson that he deemed the destruction of the Albemarle the most dauntless naval deed ever performed by any young officer..."
Date:Nov 21 1891
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., was of the line of Matthew Cushing who came to Boston in 1638. The Cushing family of Elyria trace their ancestry through Matthew Cushing as far back as 1327 in England. Lieutenant WilliamBarkerCushing, the man..."
Date:Apr 18 1951
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., the late Commander WilliamBarkerCushing who received the thanks of President Lincoln and the con- 60 Notice The persons who stole the bicycle at the Junior High school are known, and to avoid trouble..."
Date:Sep 20 1935
Publication:Bradford, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Finlay and family. |U| ATFA With the presidential election �^10. over on nov 8i 1864i public attention was swung to two naval heroes. WilliamBarkerCushing, of the. Albemarle exploit, preceded Capt..."
Date:Nov 11 1964
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... will be among guests at a ceremony Friday at 11 to unveil a monument to WilliamBarkerCushing in front of Fredonia village Edmund a mem ber of the history depart ment of the state education department..."
Date:June 11 1968
Publication:Dunkirk-Fredonia, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... BarkerCushing, 1842-880, entered the Naval Acad- emy when 14 years of age, "Not a single year during the Civil War did he fail to distinguish himself." He captured a ship of war when nineteen. His most..."
Date:Aug 22 1950
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America