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First Barbary War... 1801 - 1805 | Casualties and Losses... United States, Sweden (1800–1802) - United States: 35 killed, 64 wounded, Greek/Arab mercenaries: killed and wounded unknown. Casualties and Losses... Tripolitania Eyalet, Morocco (1802) - estimated 800 dead, 1,200 wounded at Derne plus ships and crew lost in naval defeats

First Barbary War... 1801 - 1805 | Casualties and Losses... United States, Sweden (1800–1802) - United States: 35 killed, 64 wounded, Greek/Arab mercenaries: killed and wounded unknown. Casualties and Losses... Tripolitania Eyalet, Morocco (1802) - estimated 800 dead, 1,200 wounded at Derne plus ships and crew lost in naval defeats

First Barbary War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First Barbary War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The First Barbary War (1801–1805), also known as the Tripolitan War or the Barbary Coast War, was the first of two wars fought between the United States and the Northwest African Berber Muslim states known collectively as the Barbary States. These were Tripoli and Algiers, which were quasi-independent entities nominally belonging to the Ottoman Empire, and the independent Sultanate of Morocco.

The First Barbary War (1801–1805), also known as the Tripolitan War or the Barbary Coast War, was the first of two wars fought between the United States and the Northwest African Berber Muslim states known collectively as the Barbary States. These were Tripoli and Algiers, which were quasi-independent entities nominally belonging to the Ottoman Empire, and the independent Sultanate of Morocco.

British captain witnessing the miseries of the Christian slaves in Algiers, 1815

British captain witnessing the miseries of the Christian slaves in Algiers, 1815

25 Moments - Barbary Wars  An American Navy ship captures an Algerian pirate ship off the Barbary Coast during the First Barbary War 1801 to 1805.

25 Moments That Changed America

25 Moments - Barbary Wars An American Navy ship captures an Algerian pirate ship off the Barbary Coast during the First Barbary War 1801 to 1805.

1801-1805: The First Barbary War

How Jefferson Fought the Barbary Pirates

U.S. naval officer Stephen Decatur boarding a Tripolitan gunboat during the First Barbary War, 1804

U.S. naval officer Stephen Decatur boarding a Tripolitan gunboat during the First Barbary War, 1804

First Barbary War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First Barbary War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

June 10 1801 The First Barbary War (1801-1805) The North African state of Tripoli declared war on the United States in a dispute over safe passage of merchant vessels through the Mediterranean. || The 4 Barbary States were: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Tripoli.

June 10 1801 The First Barbary War (1801-1805) The North African state of Tripoli declared war on the United States in a dispute over safe passage of merchant vessels through the Mediterranean. || The 4 Barbary States were: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Tripoli.

The First Barbary War – The US Navy Asserts Its Power

The First Barbary War – The US Navy Asserts Its Power

The First Barbary War against Muslim Pirates: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Barbary_War#Declaration_of_war_and_naval_blockade

The First Barbary War against Muslim Pirates: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Barbary_War#Declaration_of_war_and_naval_blockade

Thomas Truxtun was an American naval officer after the Revolutionary War, when he served as a privateer, who rose to the rank of commodore in the late eighteenth century and later served in the Quasi War with France and the First Barbary War in North Africa. He was one of the first six commanders appointed to the new US Navy by President Washington. During his naval career he commanded a number of famous US naval ships including USS Constellation and USS President.

Thomas Truxtun was an American naval officer after the Revolutionary War, when he served as a privateer, who rose to the rank of commodore in the late eighteenth century and later served in the Quasi War with France and the First Barbary War in North Africa. He was one of the first six commanders appointed to the new US Navy by President Washington. During his naval career he commanded a number of famous US naval ships including USS Constellation and USS President.

The First Barbary War | Thomas Jefferson's Monticello

The First Barbary War | Thomas Jefferson's Monticello