Mahan: The Life and Work of Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan, U.S.N.

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Illustrations
Captain Alfred T. Mahan in 1894. Sketch made at Gravesend Frontpiece
Professor Dennis Hart Mahan. Painting by Robert Weir8

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House of West Point where Alfred Thayer Mahan was born. Substantially as it was during his boyhood16

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Alfred Thayer Mahan at seventeen17

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U.S.S. Plymouth. The frigate on which midshipman Alfred Mahan made his first cruise24

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Bird's-eye view of the City of Annapolis (ca. 1860). Substantially as it was when Mahan was at the Naval Academy24

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The Naval Academy in 186724

Courtesy of the Naval Museum, the Naval Academy.

U.S.S. Congress. The frigate on which Mahan cruised as passed midshipman. Painting by an unknown artist25

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U.S.S. Pocahontas. The steam sloop on which Lieutenant Mahan was executive officer during the Civil War. Water color by Clary Ray34

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U.S.S. Iroquois. The steam sloop on which Lieutenant Commander Mahan was executive officer during his cruise in the Far East44

Courtesy of the Navy Department

Ellen Evans and Alfred Mahan with friends. From a photograph taken at Sharon Springs during their courtship50
U.S.S. Wachusett. The steam sloop on which Commander Mahan began preparing himself for duty at the Naval War College70

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