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- Essay, 1891, entitled "Echoes from Hampton Roads." Consists of a handwritten account describing the Battle of Hampton Roads on 9 March 1862 by R.C. Foute, midshipmen on the CSS Virginia. Also recounts an aborted attempt on 11 April 1862 to attack and capture the USS Monitor. Located on microfilm frames 503-505
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- Robert Chester Foute was born 14 April 1841 in Greenville, Tennessee to Mary Amanda Broyles and George Washington Foute. Before the Civil War Foute served in the U.S. Navy and enlisted in the Confederate Navy 11 June 1861. By the end of the war Foute attained rank of 1st Lieutenant. Foute married Mary Stewart Dekantzow 19 September 1866. In 1874 he was ordained a priest in the Protestant Episcopal Church and 1883 elected rector of Grace Church, San Francisco, California. He died 28 July 1903 in San Francisco, California.
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- Filming funded by The Library of Virginia Foundation with the support of The Roller-Bottimore Foundation and The Robins Foundation.
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