Originally published as the Official Register of the Officers and Acting Midshipmen of the United States Naval Academy in June 1858, the document familiarly known as the Annual Register took on its new name at the outset of the Naval Academy's sixteenth academic year. The Register's primary function is to list the Academy midshipmen and their relative academic standing, as well as providing a directory of the Academy's academic and command staff. At various times throughout its publication, the Academy Register also detailed the Academy's curriculum, admissions regulations, entrance examination questions, award winners, and specifics of the summer practice cruises. The Annual Register of the United States Naval Academy ceased publication in 1970.
The Annual Register of the United States Naval Academy has been digitized as part of a partnership with the Naval Postgraduate School, the Naval War College, and the Internet Archive.
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