'Fighting Bob' Evans served with equal distinction during the Civil War and in the 'steel navy' of the late 19th century

Morgan, Michael
June 2001
Military History;Jun2001, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p20
Presents a biographical profile of United States Navy Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans. His accomplishments during the 1860s Civil War; Details of his exploits during the Spanish-American in 1898; Educational and career background of Evans; Details of his naval encounters at Fort Fisher in North Carolina in 1864 and Valparaiso, Chile in 1891; Cause of his death.


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