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    • Commander Powell to Storer, acknowledgement of orders to prepare for sea 

      (1849-08-22)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Navy Department to Commodore Storer, Orders to send the USS John Adams to the coast of Africa 

      (1849-07-28)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, reporting the ship ready for sea 

      (1849-10-20)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer report of problems with the storage tanks for beans and rice aboard ship 

      (1849-10-21)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, acknowledgement of instructions to suppress the slave trade 

      (1849-09-16)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, acknowledgement of receipt of orders to proceed with all practicable dispatch to the Coast of Africa 

      (1849-12-04)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, acknowledgement of sailing orders 

      (1849-09-15)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, acknowledging receipt of sailing orders and instructions 

      (1849-10-20)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, report of inspection of the guns and ordinance of the squadron 

      (1849-10)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, report of problems with the trim of the ship 

      (1849-10-22)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, report of ship’s cruise to Campos, Brazil 

      (1849-10-12)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, report of the inspection team of the USS John Adams’ battery 

      (1849-10)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, reporting condition of ship’s battery and ordnance 

      (1849-10-22)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, Reporting ship ready for sea 

      (1849-09-14)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, reporting the return of his ship from the river La Plata, and conditions in Montevideo 

      (1849-11-30)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.
    • Powell to Storer, Reporting the ship’s arrival at Montevideo and conditions in the city 

      (1849-11-13)
      This item forms part of a larger collection which contains a series of letters written from Commander Levin M. Powell of the USS John Adams to Commodore George W. Storer. Powell comments on the ships supplies and condition, his sailing orders, and the slave trade, while the ship was off the coast of Brazil, near Rio de Janeiro.