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Roy Rawlinson, September 2009.


The Ships

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Related articles, pictures and events.

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The Alabama, June 19 1864

Beautifully painted by Raphael Semmes daughter Electra.

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In January of 2001, a unique event happened in Liverpool England.

The first official gravemarking for two Confederate Naval Officers buried in the United Kingdom.

The events of that day, are recorded here for your perusal.

The Commemoration

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2006, Official grave restoration ceremony for Lt John Low.CSN.

The Ceremony

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The 2009 Irvine Stephens Bulloch Grave Event


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Report & Photographs.

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Descendants Pages.

I have been contacted by descendants of a number of the men featured on this site. As a consequence of which, I produced this page for them.

Descendants page

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Awards, Citations,Etc

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The Liverpool Heritage Trail

Visit more than 50 American Civil War related sites around Liverpool, England, and elsewhere.

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Visit Bulloch Hall, Roswell, Georgia, USA
The Bulloch family home from 1839

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Rebel With A Cause Exhibition.

The Exhibition, about the exploits of James Dunwoody Bulloch, was first displayed in August, 2001, at Crosby Library, Liverpool.
The exhibition also appeared at two other Liverpool Libraries, Central and Maghull.

The full exhibition is now the property of Bulloch Hall, Roswell, Georgia, where it now resides.

The Exhibiton as seen at Buloch Hall, Roswell Georgia, USA.

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Available now, the story of how James Dunwoody Bulloch,
built and then equipped the Confederate Cruiser the Alabama.

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The Most Perfect Cruiser

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Available, NOW, an excellent new book
concerning the life and times of Cammander James I Waddel,
Captain of the CSS Shenandoah.


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