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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

Ammen, Daniel

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(1820-1898) Naval officer and author, born Brown County, Ohio; died Washington, D.C. He served with Dupont's fleet during the Civil War, was chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks, 1869-71, and of the Bureau of Navigation, 1871-78. He designed the ram, Katahdin, and a life-raft, Ammen balsa, used in the navy, and made a survey for a Nicaraguan Canal which he strongly advocated. Ammendale, near Washington, was named after him; it is the seat of a Christian Brothers' novitiate. Appointed rear-admiral, 1877, he resigned, 1878. His writings include "Recollections of Grant" and "The Old Navy and the New" (autobiographical).

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Entry for 'Ammen, Daniel'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. 1910.

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