Explorations in Alaska

George M. Stoney
July 1899
INTRODUCTION. In submitting the following pages the writer disclaims any idea of attempting to write a book. His object is to give, in narrative form, an account of the experiences ...

The Sighting of Cervera's Ships

Lieutenant Victor Blue
July 1899
Sunday morning, June 5th, the U.S.S. Suwanee, Lieut.-Comdr Delehanty, joined Admiral Sampson's fleet off Santiago. She had on board arms, ammunition, and supplies which had been taken from the transport ...

The Taking of Ilo Ilo

Lieutenant A. P. Niblack
July 1899
With all the hundreds of islands and the numerous mixed and indigenous people in the Philippine and Sulu archipelagoes, the whole question, political, commercial, geographical, and strategical, may be simplified ...

The Hygiene of the Navy Ration

Henry G. Beyer
July 1899
In recording some observations on the navy ration which the writer had an opportunity of making during last winter, he desires it to be understood at the outset that this ...

Professional Notes

July 1899
Electricity on Board ShipsBy S. Dana GreeneThe modern first-class battleship requires about 2000 indicated horsepower to drive all the auxiliaries at full load, and the first-class cruiser about 1200 indicated ...

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