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LOUISVILLE

LOUISVILLE. The Louisville, often called the Striped Pig, was purchased as a tender or watering vessel by navy agent William T. Brannum for the Texas Navy on September 25, 1839. This ninety-five-ton schooner was acquired, complete with sails, rigging, and seven water casks, for $4,000.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 
Alex Dienst, "The Navy of the Republic of Texas," Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association 12–13 (January-October 1909; rpt., Fort Collins, Colorado: Old Army Press, 1987). C. L. Douglas, Thunder on the Gulf: The Story of the Texas Navy (Dallas: Turner, 1936; rpt., Fort Collins, Colorado: Old Army Press, 1973). Jim Dan Hill, The Texas Navy (New York: Barnes, 1962). Tom Henderson Wells, Commodore Moore and the Texas Navy (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1960).
Thomas W. Cutrer

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Handbook of Texas Online, Thomas W. Cutrer, "Louisville," accessed May 28, 2016, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/qtl02.

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