Fleet passing the fort and obstructions Battle of Mobile Bay August The Battle of Mobile Bay saw a Union fleet commanded by Admiral David Farragut defeat a much smaller Confederate fleet off the coast of Alabama The Union vessels had to pass through a minefield and the guns of two Confederate forts to get into Mobile Bay The Union victory had the effect of shutting down the last blockaderunning port east of the Mississippi on the Gulf coast An engraving from volume II of The War with the South a History of the Late Rebellion by Robert Tomes Benjamin G Smith New York Virtue Yorston Volumes
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