As I mentioned last week, the Confederate submarine Hunley used the Indian Chief for practice, though it seemed most often the ship towed a fake torpedo instead of having one mounted on a long spar in front of it as it had in the Housatonic attack.
On October 15, 1863, a practice was held with inventor and namesake of the sub H.L. Hunley at the helm. Thisd time it did not resurface on the other side of the Indian Chief. Minutes went by, then hours. The Hunley was found under the Indian Chief three days later.
A short time later, the usual commander of the Hunley, Lt. George E. Dixon was on board the Indian Chief raising anew crew.