Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Paul L. Beck
When I first thought of writing this paper it seemed like an insurmountable task. I certainly would never have completed the task if it had not been for the capable advice and assistance of several people. I was bewildered in the entanglement of British-American relations seeking a possible thesis topic when I disintered the name of James Dunwoody Bulloch. James Bulloch was a Southern gentleman who had vision and ability. He was as valuable to the Confderate navy as Lee was to the Confederate Army. Bulloch's exploits were not recorded in the history books as arduously as were those of Northern Navel officers such as David G. Farragut and David D. Porer. Fate seems to reserve a grave of obscurity for men who fight on the losing side.
Young, Michael T., "A study of the activities of James Dunwoody Bulloch: Confederate naval agent in Great Britain" (1968). Student Work. 478.
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