BOOKS ABOUT THE C.S.S ALABAMA
                 The following books about the Alabama are online at Google Books.

First-hand Accounts

John M. Kell. Recollections of  Naval Life (1900).

Narrative of the Cruise of the Alabama and a List of Her Officers and Crew by One of the Crew (1864).

Raphael Semmes.  The Cruise of the Alabama and Sumter (1864).

Raphael Semmes. The Log of the Alabama and Sumter (1865).

Raphael Semmes. Memoirs of Service Afloat, During the War Between the States (1869).

Arthur Sinclair. Two Years on the Alabama (1896).

Second-hand Accounts

Charles C. Beaman. Alabama Claims and Their Final and Amicable Solution (1871).

George Bemis. The Alabama Negotiations, and their Just Repudiation by the Senate of the United States (1869).

Francis B. C. Bradlee. The Story of the Kearsarge and Alabama (1921)

A. K. Browne. The Story of the Kearsarge and the Alabama. (1868).

Frederick M. Edge. An Englishman’s View of the Battle between the Alabama and the Kearsrage (1864).

John M. Ellicott. The Life of John Ancrum Winslow (1905).

Albert M. Goodrich. Cruise and Captures of the Alabama (1906).

P. D. Haywood. The Cruise of the Alabama (1886).

James Magee. The Story of the Battle between the U.S. Steam Sloop-of-War Kearsarge and the Rebel Cruiser Alabama (1873).

Colyer Meriweather. Raphael Semmes (1913).


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