Conyngham's Great Escape

Winkler, David F.
October 2003
Sea Power;Oct2003, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p48
Focuses on the life and works of Gustavus Conyngham, a sea raider of the U.S. Continental Navy. Career and personal background; Contributions to naval force; Details on the escape of Gonyngham from British prison.


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