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|Collection Reference Number
|From Archive Folder
|Maury papers including CSS Georgia list of prizes
|Alexandre- Marie Ducrest de Villeneuve to the commander of the C.S.S. Georgia regarding William Cullen [in French]
|26 November 1863
|Villeneuve, Alexandre-Marie Ducrest de (1813-1893)
|No. 2367. Signed as a Major General of the French Navy. Believes that William Cullen is a French sailor named Bouvier. Cullen claims that the North American (United States) commercial vessel he was on was sunk by the Georgia. Villeneuve asks that the man's story be confirmed and requests to know the name of the vessel and the state of its origin.
|Civil War Military History Confederate General or Leader Confederate States of America Navy France Desertion Global History and Civics Foreign Affairs Commerce
|Villeneuve, Alexandre-Marie Ducrest de (1813-1893) Nillenum, A. Deuritt (fl. 1850-1863) Maury, William Lewis (1813-1878)
|The American Civil War; Naval & Maritime; Foreign Affairs
|Papers and Images of the American Civil War
|The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
|Civil War, Reconstruction and the Modern Era: 1860-1945
|Civil War: Unit