American Civil War Confederate Ships

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Introduction[edit | edit source]

The information below comes from Series II, Volume 1 of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies. Digital copy at Archive.org.

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
A. C. Gunnison (Privateer) Commissioned May 25, 1861 Class: Steam tug.[1] For more information, see page 247.
Aiken Acquisition: Surrendered to South Carolina authorities December, 1860. Sunk, July 28, 1861, by U. S. frigate St. Lawrence. Class: Revenue cutter.

Rig: Schooner.[2]

Petrel For more information, see page 247.
Alabama Built in England and delivered by builders in August 1862. Sunk off Cherbourg, France, June 19, 1864, by the U.S.S. Kearsarge. Class: Steam sloop.[3] For more information, see page 247.
Albemarle (Ram). Built on the Roanoke River. N. C, 1864. Class: Screw steamer; ironclad[4] For more information, see page 247.
Alert. Class: Lighthouse tender. Rig: Schooner.[5] For more information, see page 247.
Appomattox. Bought at Norfolk, Virginia 1861 Class: Tugboat.[6] For more information, see page 248.
Arches Class: Fishing schooner. [7] For more information, see page 248.
Arctic For more information, see page 248.
Arkansas (Ram) Class: Twin screw ironclad ram. [8] For more information, see page 248.
Atlanta (Ram) It was converted September. 1862, Into an ironclad gunboat and ram at Savannah, Georgia., by Messrs. N. and A. F. Tift. Class: Screw steamer; Ironclad gunboat and ram.[9] Finyal For more information, see page 248.

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Baltic (Ram) Turned over to the Confederate States by the State of Georgia. Surrendered by the Confederates at Nannn Hubba Bluff, Alabama, May 10, 1805 Class: High - pressure, sidewheel steamer. [10] For more information, see page 248.
Bartow Rig: Schooner. [11] For more information, see page 248
Bayou City Chartered by the Confederate Government at Galveston, Texas. Formerly employed as a mail boat between Galveston and Houston, Texas. Class: Steamer. [12] For more information, see page 249
Beaufort. Bought at New Berne in 1861 Class: Screw steamer, iron. Rig: Tug .[13] For more information, see page 249
Beauregard (Privateer) Fitted out from Charleston and commissioned October 14, 1861 Class: Schooner. [14] For more information, see page 249
Bienville Built by contract at Bayou St. John, Louisiana, with John Hughes & Co. Destroyed by her officers in Lake Pontehartrain, Louisiana, in 1802. Class: Light-draft side-wheel

river steamer. [15]

For more information, see page 249
Black Warrior Armed to help defend Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Burned and abandoned by her crew during the fight. Class: Schooner. [16] For more information, see page 249
Bombshell Sunk by Confederate batteries at Plymouth, North Carolina April 18, 1804. Raised and put in service. Recaptured by D. S. S. Mattabesett, May 5, 1864. Class: Steamer. [17] For more information, see page 249
Bradford Gunboat. Payroll for April 1862.


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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Caleb Captured by the Archer in Portland Harbor, April IS, 1803. Set on fire and abandoned to avoid recapture. Class: Revenue cutter.[18] For more information, see page 249
Calhoun Commissioned at New Orleans May 15, 1881. Burned by the Confederates after the fall of New Orleans. Class: Side-wheel steamer. [19] For more information, see page 250
Carondelet Built at Bayou St. John under charge of Naval Constructor S. D. Porter. Destroyed by the Confederates on Lake Pontchartraln in 1862 Class: Light-draft side-wheel steamer.[20] For more information, see page 25
Caswell Burned by the Confederates at tin- fail of Wilmington in 1865.[21] For more information, see page 25
Charleston Built in 1863 in Charleston, South Carolina. Destroyed by Confederates at the evacuation of Charleston in 1865 Class: Steamer: ironclad.[22] For more information, see page 250.
Chattahoochee Burned by the Confederates on the Chattahoochee River at the close of the war. Class: Wooden steam gunboat.[23] For more information, see page 250.
Chickamauga Bought at Wilmington, North Carolina, in 1864. Burned at the fall of Wilmington in 1865 Class: Screw steamer, cruiser.[24] For more information, see page 250
Chicora Built at Charleston, South Carolina. Burned by the Confederates at the evacuation of Charleston in 1865 Class: Steamer; ironclad ram For more information, see page 250.
Clarence. Captured by the C. S. S Florida, May 6, 1863. Burned June. 12, 1803; her crew was transferred to the Tacony. Class: Brig.[25] For more information, see page 250
Colonel Lovell Sunk. June 6, 1802, off Memphis, Tennessee in Mississippi River. Class: Steamer. [26] For more information, see page 251
Columbia Built at Charleston in 1864. Caught on a sunken wreck at Charleston and broke in two by the falling tide. Was launched not long before the evacuation of Charleston.[27] Class: screw steamer. For more information, see page 25
Cotton. Built for the Bayou Sara route and bought in Louisiana in 1862. Burned in Bayou Teche, La., by her crew, in January, 1863, in order to avoid capture. In connection with shore battery, engaged, November 3, 1862, the U.S. gunboats Kinsman, Estrela, Calhoun, and Diana.[28] Class: Side-wheel river steamer. For more information, see page 25
Curlew Bought at Norfolk in 1861. Sunk in battle at Roanoke Island, February 7, 1862.[29] Class: Side-wheel river steamer. For more information, see page 251

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Defiance Purchased at New Orleans, La. Destroyed by her crew, April 28, 1862, at New  Orleans, La., to prevent capture. Class: Mississippi River Defense steamer. For more information, see page 251
Diana Captured from the Federals in Atchafalaya River, March 23, 1863,Burned in Bayou Teche, April 12, 1863. Class: Steamer; wood For more information, see page 251
Dixie (Privateer) Fitted out from Charleston, S.C.Captured, April 15, 1862, by U.S.S. Keystone State, off Georgetown, S.C. Class: Schooner. name changed to Kate Hale, For more infomation, see page 251
Drewry Muster roll for October-December 1863. Muster roll for October-December 1863
Duane Seized by Confederates, April, 18, 1861, at Norfolk, Va. Class: Revenue cutter. For more information, see page 251

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Brig Echo see Privateer Jefferson Davis. Official page, 252
Edwards see Forrest. Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies, Series II, Volume 1. (Washington, District of Columbia : Government Printing Office (United States), 1894-1922), Series 2, vol. 1, page 252
Ellis Bought at Norfolk, 1861 Captured by the Federals in battle of Elizabeth City, February 10, 1862. Muster roll for August, September, October 1861; and January - May 1862. Class: Steamer. For more information, see page 252 . Muster roll for August, September, October 1861; and January - May 1862
Equator Burned at the fall of Wilmington, 1865. Class: Steam gunboat; wood For more information, see page 252

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Fanny Captured from the Federals, October 1, 1861, in Loggerhead Inlet, N. C. iron hull; propeller. Run aground and set on fire by her commander, February 10, 1862, at the battle of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, to avoid capture. Muster roll for September - December 1861, and May 1862. Class: Steamer For more information, see page 252. Muster roll for September - December 1861, and May 1862
Firefly. tender to Savannah squadron. Burned by her officers at Savannah, Ga., December 21, 1864. Muster roll for September, October, November, December 1863. Class: Side-wheel steamer; For more information, see page 252. Muster roll for September, October, November, December 1863
Florida see Selma.
Florida Built by William C. Miller & Sons at Liverpool, England; Purchased from Messrs. Fawcett, Preston & Co., Liverpool, England, who built her engines. cruiser; wood. Boarded and captured by the U.S.S. Wachusettt, October 7, 1864, at Bahia, Brazil, while her captain and half her crew were ashore on liberty. Run into by Army Transport Alliance on November 19, 1864, and sunk November 28, 1864 off Newport News, Va., in 9 fathoms of water. Class; Two-bladed screw steamer; She was known as the Oreto in the port of her construction, and first named Manassas by the C.S. Navy Department. For more information, see page 252
Florida After examination by Captain Rousseau, April 22, 1861, she was purchased and fitted up on the lakes near New Orleans, La Class: Screw steamer. For more information, see page 252
Forrest. Bought at Norfolk in 1861 Disabled, February 7, 1862, at battle of Ronake Island, and burned on the ways by the Confederates at Elizabeth City, February 10, 1862. Muster roll for February - July 1862. Class Steamer; wood. Formerly known as the Edwards.: Steamer; wood. Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies, Series II, Volume 1. (Washington, District of Columbia : Government Printing Office (United States), 1894-1922), Series 2, vol. 1, page 253.</ref> For more information, see page 253. Muster roll for February - July 1862
Fredericksburg Built at Richmond in 1863. Burned by the Confederates below Richmond, April 4, 1865. Class: Ironclad steam ram. For more information, see page 253
Fulton. Siezed at Pensacola, Fla. For more information, seepage 253

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Gaines. Sunk in battle of Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864. Side-wheel steamer; wood.

Similiar in construction to the Selma.[30]

Her crew all told were about 120.For more information, see page 253
General Beauregard. Blown up and sunk in the Mississippi River, off Memphis, Tenn., June6, 1862.[31] Class: Steamer. For more information, see page 253
General Bragg. Mississippi River Defense Fleet. Captured by Federal forces Memphis, Tenn., June 6, 1862.[32] Class: Steamer; For more information, see page 253
General Earl van Dorn. Mississippi River Defense Fleet. Burned by Confederates in Yazoo River. Class: Steamer; For more information, see page 253
General M. Jeff Thompson. Mississippi River Defense Fleet. Sunk off Memphis, Tenn., June 6, 1862. Class: Steamer; For more information, see page 253
General Polk. man-of-war. Destroyed by her officers in Yazoo River, June 26, 1862.[33] Purchased in 1861. Class: Steamer; For more information, see page 253
General Quitman. Destroyed, April 24, 1862, below New Orleans, La.[34] Class: Louisiana gunboat. For more information, see page 254
General Sterling Price. Sunk off Memphis, Tenn., June 6, 1862, and raised by the Federals.[35] Class: Steamer; Mississippi River Defense Fleet. For more information, see page 254
General Sumter. Captured at Memphis, Tenn., June 6, 1862.[36] Class: Steamer; Mississippi River Defense Fleet. For more information, see page
George Page. Seized at Alexandria in 1861.Burned at Qauntico, Va. Class: Side-wheel river steamer. Name changed to City of Richmond.[37] For more information, see page 254
Georgia (Cruiser). She was built in 1862. Said to be very fast.[38] Purchased on the Clyde at Dumbarton, March, 1863. Sold at Liverpool to a British merchant, June 1, 1864. Muster roll for September 1861; November 1862; September, October, November 1863; October, November, December 1864. Class: Screw steamer;iron. Originally, she bore the name of Japan. For more information, see page 254.
Georgia (Floating Battery). Destroyed by the Confederates at the fall of Savannah, December, 1864. June 3, 1864, the Georgia's complement was 12 officers and 82 men.[39] Class: Ironclad floating battery. For more information, see page 254
Germantown. Siezed by Confederates at Gosport Navy Yard, 1861. Burned at the evacuation of Norfolk.[40] Class: Sailing sloop of war. For more information, see page 254
Gibraltar (Privateer). Fitted out at Mobile, Ala. Commissioned February 5, 1864. Class: Schooner.[41] For more information, see page 254
Governor A. Mouton (Privateer). Fitted out at New Orleans, La. Commissioned June 10, 1861. Captured, May 11, 1862, near Berwick Bay, La. Not armed when captured.[42] Class: Steamer. For more information, see page 255
Governor Moore. Destroyed, April 24, 1862, below New Orleans, La.[43] Class: Steamer, Louisiana gunboat. For more information, see page 255
Gray. Name changed to Lady Davis.[44] Purchased at Charleston, S.C. For more information, see page 255
Grotesque, see Maurepas.
Gunboat at Edwards Ferry. Captured. Presumed to be the Fisher. June 27, 1865, new, and with good machinery, arrived at Hampton Roads, Va.[45] Class: Wooden gunboat, unfinished. For more information, see page 255
Gunboat at Halifax, N.C. Built by Confederate Government, at Richmond, Va. Seized by naval force under Commodore Macomb at Halifax, N.C., May 12, 1865. This unfinished gunboat was at Norfolk Navy Yard, in early part of July; was sent to Philadelphia previous to July 18, 1865.[46] Class: Gunboat; tug. For more information, see page 255

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Hampton. Built at Norfolk in 1862.Burned at Richmond, Va., April 4, 1865, by the Confederates.[47] Class: Screw steamer; wooden. For more information, see page 255
Harmony. Chartered by Confederates in Hampton Roads, Va., in 1861. Class: Steamer; tug.[48] For more information, see page 255
Henry Dodge. Seized in Texas, March 2,1861, by Confederates. Class: Schooner; tug. The Dodge was formerly a U.S. revenue cutter.[49] Turned over to quartermaster, C.S.A., at Houston, Tex. For more information, see page 255
Huntress. Purchased in New York by Lieut. Wilburn B. Hall for the state of Georgia and turned over to the C.S. Navy. Afterwards the bolckade runner Tropic; Burned off Charleston, S.C., January 18,1863.[50] Class: Side-wheel steamer. For more information, see page 256
Huntsville. Built at Mobile, Ala. Sunk, 12 miles above Mobile in Spanish River, at evacuation of that city.[51] Muster roll for July - December Class: Ironclad steam Floating Battery. For more information, see page 256
Hunley. Built at Mobile, Ala., in 1863, in the shops of Park & Lyons, by her designer, Hunley, McClintlock, and Watson. Sunk with the U.S.S. Housatonic, which vessel she torpedoed, February 17, 1864, off Charleston, S.C. Class: Submarine torpedo boat. For Motive power, a hand propeller, worked by eight men.[52] more information, see page 256
Harriet Lane Captured from the Federals at Galveston, Tex., January 1, 1863. Class: Side-wheel steamer; wood. Converted into blockade runner and was in the harbor of Havana, Cuba, when the war ended.[53] For more information, see page 256

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Indian Chief. Muster roll for October, November, December 1864. Class: Receiving ship Class: Receiving ship at Charleston, S.C. Burned at Charleston, S.C.[54] For more information, see page 257.
Ironclad at Kinston, Ironclad at Kinston, on Neuse River, N.C.
Isondiga. Burned at Savannah, December 21, 1864, by her crew, on the fall of that city.[55] Muster roll for January, February, March, and July - December 1863; January - September 1864. Class: Steamer; wood. For more information, see page 256.
Isaac Smith, see Stono.
Isabella (Privateer). Fitted out at New Orleans, La.; commisioned June 4, 1861. Class: Steam propellor.[56] For more information, see page 256
Ivy. Bought at New Orleans, La., in 1861. Burned by the Confederates on the Yazoo River, in 1863, to avoid capture. Class: Side-wheel river steamer. Formerly C.S. privateer V.H. Ivy.[57] For more information, see page 257

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
J.O. Nixon (Privateer). Fitted out in New Orleans, La.; commissioned July 3, 1861. Class: Schooner.[58] Fore more information, see page 257
Jackson. Purchased at New Orleans, La., under orders of May 9, 1861, and fitted out by Captain Rousseau. Class: Side-wheel river steamer; tug. Sunk by the Confederates at the fall of New Orleans.[59] For more information, see page 257
Jamestown. Seized at Richmond in 1861. Sunk by the Confederates in May 1862, at Drewrys Bluff, to obstruct the James River. Muster roll for January - March, November 1861, January - June 1862. Class: Side-wheel steamer. Her name was changed to Thomas Jefferson.[60] For more information, see page 257
Japan, see Cruiser Georgia.
Jefferson Davis (Privateer). Fitted out at Charleston, S.C.; commissioned June 18, 1861. Class: Full-rigged brig. Was formerly the slaver Echo; her crew consisted of about 70 men.[61] For more information, see page 257
Josiah A. Bell. Class:Cotton clad steamer.[62] Fitted out at Sabine Pass, Tex. For more information, see page 257
Judah (Privateer). Destroyed at Pensacola Navy Yard, September 14 ,1861, by boat expedition from U.S.S. Colorado.[63] Class: Schooner. For more information, see page 257
Junaluska. Purchased at Norfolk in 1861. Dismantled at sold in 1862.[64] Class: Steamer; tug. For more information, see page 257

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Kate Bruce. Class: Schooner. Sunk to obstruct the Chattahoochee River.[65] For more information, see page 258

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Lady Davis. Purchased at Charleston, S.C., in 1861 as the James Grey. Class: Steamer; tug; iron. the James Grey. Her machinery was put in the C.S.S. Palmetto State and the vessel sold.[66] For more information, see page 258
Lapwing. Captured by the C.S.S. Florida, March 28, 1863. Burned by order of her commander and abandoned, June 20, 1863. Class: Bark. Alson known as C.S. bark Oreto.[67] For more information, see page 258
Launch No. 3. Captured in April, 1862.[68] Class: Steamer. For more information, see page 258
Launch No. 6. Destroyed April 24, 1862.[69] Class: Steamer. For more information, see page 258
Little Rebel. Captured by Federals at Memphis, Tenn., June 6, 1862.[70] Class: Steamer; ram; Mississippi Defense Fleet. For more information, see page 258
Lewis Cass. Seized by Alabama authorities, January 31, 1861, and transferred to the C.S. Navy. Class: Revenue cutter.[71] For more information, see page 258
Livingston. Destroyed, June 26, 1862, by her officers, in Yazoo River.[72] Class: Side-wheel steamer. Converted into man-of-war under contract of Commodore rousseau with John Hughes. For more information, see page 258
Lorton (Privateer). Fitted out in Baltimore, Md.; Commissioned June 11, 1861. Class: Schooner.[73] For more informationm, see page 258
Louisiana. Built at New Orleans, La., in 1862, by contract of Navy Department with E.C. Murray. Destroyed by her crew at the order of her commander, April 28, 1862, after the fall of the city of New Orleans.[74] Class: Steamer; ironclad. For more information, see page 258

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Macon. Fitted out at Savannah, Ga., in 1864. Class: Wooden gunboat propelled by steam. Formerly known as the Ogeechee.[66] Taken to Augusta after the fall of Savannah and held until the war was over. For more information, see page 258
Manassas. built in Boston in 1855.[75] Purchased in 1861, and converted into an ironclad ram at Algiers, La. Sunk in battle below New Orleans, La., April 24, 1862. Class: Steamer; iron-plated ram. Formerly Enoch Train, For more information, see page 259
Manassas. Seized at New Berne, N.C. Class: Revenue cutter. Soon dismantled.[76] For more information, see page 259
McRae. Purchased at New Orleans, La., 1861. Sunk in the Mississippi River, April 28, 1862. Muster roll for July - November 186 Class, Steamer; wood. The McRae was formerly called the Marquis de la Habanu.[77] For more information, see page 25
Mariner (Privateer). Fitted out at Wilmington, N.C.; commissioned July 14, 1861. Class: Screw steamer; propeller.[78] For more information, see page 259
Merrimack, see Virginia.
Missouri. Built in Red River, La.Surrendered to Federal authorities at Alexandria, La., June 3, 1865.[79] Muster roll for October, November, and Dece Class: Steam sloop; ironclad. For more information, see page 259.
Milldgeville. Constructed at Savannah, GA., by Mr. Willink.Burned to the water's edge and sunk in the river at Savannah, Ga., December, 1864. Class: Steamer; ironclad.
Mississippi. Construction commenced October 14, 1861; launched april 19, 1862, at New Orleans, La. No guns or ammunition were on board of her when destroyed.[80]Built by contract of Navy Department with N.& A.F. Tift, Jefferson City, La. Set on fire by her officers to prevent capture by Union Fleet, April 15, 1862. Construction commenced Class: Ironclad; three-screw gunboat. For more information, see page 260,
Mobile. Burned by Confederates in Yazoo River May, 1863. Ready for plating when destroyed.[81] Class: Screw steamer. For more information, see page 260
Morgan. Bought at Mobile, Alabama, in 1861.Escaped to Mobile but slightly injured in engagement with Farragut's fleet, August 5, 1864.[82] Burned by the Confederates at the fall of Mobile in 1865.Muster roll for January - December 1862, April - December 1863, January 1864 Class: Side-wheel merchant steamer. For more information, see page 260.
Morgan Class: Revenue cutter.[83] For more information, see page 260
Morning Light. Captured from the Federals off Sabine Pass, January 21, 1863.Burned by Confederates, January 23, 1863, off Sabine Pass, Tex.[84] For more information, see page 260
Muscogee. Built at Columbus,Burned at the close of the war.[85] For more information, see page 260
Music (Privateer). Fitted out at New Orleans, La.; commissioned May 15, 1861. Class: Steamer.[86] For more information, see page 261

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Nansemond. Built at Norfolk in 1862. Burned by the Confederates, April 4, 1865, at the evacuation of Richmond.[87] Class: Steamer; wood. For more information, see page 261
Nashville. Seized in the port of Charleston, S.C., in 1861 by the Confederate Government and fitted as a cruiser. Sold to private parties in 1862 and became the blockade runner Thomas L. Wragg. Subsequently became the privateer Rattlesnake and was destroyed by the Federals in Ogeechee River in 1863.[88] Class: Side-wheel merchant steamer. For more information, see page 261
Nashville. Built at Mongomery, Ala., and Surrendered to Federal officers at Nanna Hubba Bluff, Tombigee River, Ala., May 10, 1865.[89] taken to Mobile for completion. Class: Side-wheel steamer; ironclad. For more information, see page 261
Neptune. Fitted out at Galveston, Tex, 1862. Sunk in action with U.S.S. Harriet Lane at Galveston, Tex., January 1,1863.[90] Class: Steamer; wood. For more information, see page 261
Neuse. Built on Nuese River in 1864. Burned by the Confederates in 1865 upon the approach of Sherman's Army.[91] Class: Steamer; ironclad. For more information, see page 261
New Orleans (Floating Battery). Fitted out at New Orleans, La. Class: Floating battery. Sunk in Mississippi River on evacuation of Island No. 10.[92] Class: Floating battery. For more information, see page 261
Nina. Class: Steam gunboat.[93] For more information, see page 262
North Carolina. Built at Wilmington in 1863. Sprung aleak while at anchor in Cape Fear River and sunk, September, 1864.[94] Muster roll for January - June, and Au Class: Steamer; Ironclad. For more information, see page 262.

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Oconee, Muster roll for May - June 1862.
Olustee,see Tallahassee.
Oreto, see Florida.

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Palmetto State. Built at Charleston.Burned by the Confederates at the evacuation of Charleston in 1865.[95] Muster roll for October - December 1863, January - December 1864 Built at Charleston. For more information, see page 262.
Pamlico. Purchased at New Orleans, La., and fitted out by Captain Rousseau under orders of July 10, 1861. Burned by the Confederates on Lake Pontchartrain, in 1862. Engaged the U.S.S. New London, March 25, 1862; and on April 4, 1862, in company with the Carondelet and Oregon, engaged three gunboats. [96] Class: Side-wheel river steamer. For more information, see page 262
Patrick Henry. Seized by Virginia State authorities and afterwards purchased by the Confederate Government. Burned at Richmond, Va., by the Confederates, April 4, 1865. The After the action at Drewrys Bluff, May 15, 1862, became schoolship of C.S. naval school.[97] Muster roll for July - September 1861, and October - December 1864. Class: Side-wheel merchant steamer. The Patrick Henry was formerly known as the Yorktown. For more information, see page 262.
Pedee. Built at Mars Bluff, Great Pedee River, January, 1865. Sunk 110 miles from Georgetown, S.C., in the Pedee River. She was named the Pedee. Her machinery was brought from England. Her battery was to consist of 4 32-pounders and two pivots. She is reported to have been a fine vessel.[98] Class: Wooden screw gunboat. For more information, see page 262
Petrel, see Aiken.
Phoenix. Destroyed by the Confederates at the fall of Mobile in 1865.[99] Class: Ironclad floating battery. For more information, see page 262
Pickens. Class: Revenue cutter, formerly.[100] For more information, see page 263
Pioneer. Built at New Orleans. La., in 1862. Has round conical ends and is painted black; carries a magazine of explosive matter; manned by two or more men. Commissioned March 31, 1862.[101] Class: Privateer; submarine propeller. For more information, see page 263
Plymouth. Seized by the Confederates at Gosport Navy, in 1861. Burned at the evacuation of Norfolk in 1862.[102] Class: Sailing sloop of war. For more information, see page 263
Polk. Burned in Yazoo River in 1862.[103] Class: Side-wheel river steamer. For more information, see page 263
Pontchartrain. Burned by the Confederates in 1863 on the Arkansas River to avoid capture. January and February, 1862 was converted into a man-of-war. Was a new boat.[104] Muster roll for October - December 1862, January - March, and July - September 1863. Class: Side-wheel river steamer. Formerly Lizzie Simmons. For more information, see page 263.

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Queen of the West. Captured from the Federals at Fort DeRussey on Red River, February 14, 1863. Sunk in battle in April, 1863, on the Atchafalaya River. In conjunction with the C.S.S. Webb she captured the Indianola, February 24, 1863. She was an ordinary steamboat of the western rivers and converted by the Federals into a ram.[105] Class: Iron protected steam ram. For more information, see page 263

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
R.E. Lee.
R.J. Breckinbridge.
Raleigh. In James River.[106] Muster roll for January - March 1862, January - June 1864. Class: Steam gunboat. For more information, see page 263.
Raleigh. Built at Wilmington in 1864. Wrecked on Wilmington Bar, May 7, 1864. In Cape Fear River.[107] Class: Ironclad sloop. For more information, see page 263
Rappahannock Purchased in London, Great Britain, November, 1863, from the British Government. Was in England at the close of the war and fell into possession of the United States. After being purchased she was taken to Calais, but on account of complications with the French Government she never put to sea. She was built in the River Thames in 1857 for H.M. Government.[108] Class: Steam sloop cruiser. She was formerly H.B.M. Victor. For more information, see page 264
Rappahannock. Captured by the Confederates at Point Lookout, June 29, 1861. Burned at Fredericksburg, April, 1862 Muster roll for October - December 1861, and January - June 1862. Class: Side-wheel steamer. Formerly she was the Saint Nicholas.[109] For more information, see page 264.
Rattlesnake. Destroyed February 28, 1863. by U.S. Moniter Montuak, Commander John L. Worden, U.S.N. Commissioned November 5, 1862.[110] Class: Steam ship. Formerly Nashville, For more information, see page 264
Rescue. Class: Schooner Number of crew 30.[111] For more information, see page 264
Resolute. Captured and destroyed by Federal Field Battery on Savannah River, December 12, 1864. Used as a transport and tender and for the residence of the crew of the Savannah; also used as a receiving ship alongside of the Savannah. June 3, 1864; she had 7 officers and 28 men.[112] Class: Side-wheel steamer. For more information, see page 264
Resolute. Purchased. Burned, April 24, 1862, in Mississippi River.[113] Class: Gunboat. For more information, see page 264
Retribution. Captured by Confederates in Cape Fear River.Sold at public sale in Nassau, March 3, 1863. Originally employed at Buffalo, New York, upon Lake Erie. Just prior to the outbreak of the rebellion, she was taken into the service of the United States and brought to the Atlantic Coast. About January 28, 1863, she captured the schooner Hanover, and on February 19, the American brig Emily Fisher; Janruary 10, 1863, the brig J.P. Elliot.[114] Class: Steam tug. For more information, see page 264
Richmond. Scuttled at Richmond, Va., April 4, 1865, by Confederates.Model name same as the Merrimack.[115] Class: Ironclad. For more information, see page 265
Roanoke. Purchased at Norfolk in 1861.Blown up at Richmond, Va., April 4, 1865, by the Confederates. Class: Gunboat; screw; iron. Formerly a tug-boat, the Raleigh.[116] For more information, see page 265
Robert Habersham.
Robert McClelland. Seized at New Orleans by Louisiana State Authorities, January 31, 1861. Class: U.S. Revenue Cutter.[117] For more information, see page 265

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
St. Mary. Burned on the Yazoo River.[115] Class: Side-wheel river steamer. For more information, see page 265
St. Nicholas.
St. Patrick. Built by Halligan. January 24, 1865, transferred by Navy to Army. On the night of January 27, 1865, at 1 o'clock a.m., she struck the Octarara abaft the wheel house; the torpedo missed fire.[116] Class: Torpedo boat. For more information, see page 265
St. Philip. Captured at Indianola, Tex.Sunk at Fort Pemberton above mouth of Yalobusha, in Tallahatchie River, Miss., as an obstruction.[117] Class: Receiving ship. Formerly U.S. steamer Star of the West. For more information, see page 265
Sallie (Privateer). Fitted out at Charleston, S.C. Class: Privateer.[118] For more information, see page 265
Sampson. Taken to Augusta, Ga., after the fall of Savannah. She was at one time a receiving ship; held until the war was ended. June 3, 1864, had 9 officers and 40 men.[119] Class: Side-wheel, wooden gunboat; river steamer. For more information, see page 265
Savannah (Privateer). Fitted out from Charleston, S.C.; commissioned May 18, 1861.Captured by the U.S. brig Perry, June 3, 1861. Class: Schooner; sails. This vessel was formerly pilot boat No. 7 at Charleston, S.C.[120] For more information, see page 266
Savannah Purchased by the State of Georgia. Class: Paddle-wheel steamer. The name C.S.S. Savannah, formerly the Everglade, was changed to Oconee, August 28, 1863.[121] For more information, see page 266
Savannah. Built at Savannah, Ga. Burned by the Confederates at the evacuation of Savannah in December, 1864. June 3, 1864, the Savannah's complement was 27 officers, 154 men.[122] Muster roll for November 1862, and June - December 1863. Class: Steam sloop; ironclad. For more information, see page 266.
Scorpion.
Sea Bird. Purchased at Norfolk in 1861. Sunk in battle, February 10, 1862, off Elizabeth City, N.C.[123] Muster roll for July - November 1861. Class: Side-wheel river steamer. For more information, see page 266.
Sea King, see Shenandoah.
Sealine (Privateer). Fitted out at Baltimore. Md; Commissioned June 11, 1861. Class: Brig.[124] For more information, see page 266
Segar.
Selma. Captured by the Federal fleet at the battle of Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864. Crew of 65 all told. February 5, 1863, sunk in 8' of water at entrance to Mobile; February 13, 1863, raised and repaired.[125] Muster roll for October - December 1862. Class: Wooden side-wheel steamer. For more information, see page 266.
Shenandoah. Purchased through an intermediary on the Clyde by Confederate agent.November 6, 1865, delivered by her commander to the English authorities at Liverpool; who, on November 10, 1865, delivered her to the U.S. consul of that place.[126] Class: Cruiser. For more information, see page 266 and page 267
Shrapnel. Class: Tender.[127] For more information, see page 267
Smith.
Spray Sunk by Confederates on St. Marys River.[128] Class Steam gunboat. For more information, see page 267
Squib. Class: Torpedo boat.[129] For more information, see page 267
Stonewall. Purchased from Denmark. Delivered to the Captain General of Cuba and by him turned over to United States Authorities.[130] Class: Seagoing, ironclad turreted ram; two screws. For more information, see page 267
Stonewall Jackson. Class: Schooner; sail.[131] For more information, see page 267
Stono. Captured from the Federals in Stono River. Burned by the Confederates at the evacuation of Charleston in 1865. Formerly she was named the Isaac Smith.[132] For more information, see page 267
Sumter Purchased at New Orleans, La., in 1861.

Sold at public auction at Gibralter, December 19, 1862.

Ran the blockade at New Orleans, June 30, 1861. Her second officer was arrested by the English authorities for killing the captain.[133]

Class: Cruiser; sloop. Formerly she was named Habana. For more information, see page 268

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
290, see Alabama.
T. Watson. Sailed from Liverpool, August 29, 1861, for Charleston, S.C., with 40 men.[134] Class: Privateer. For more information, see page 268
Tacony. Captured by the C.S.S. Clarence, June 12, 1863. Burned, June 25, 1863, and her crew transferred to the Archer.[135] F Class: Bark. For more information, see page 268
Tallahassee. Bought at Wilmington in 1864. Was in England when the war ended.Muster roll for August - September 1864. Class: Two-screw steam sloop cruiser. Formerly she was the blockade runner Atlanta. Subsequently her name was changed to Olustee and then to Chameleon.[136] For more information, see page 268.
Talomico. Accidentally sunk at Savannah in 1863.[137] Muster roll for October - December 1861, and April - June 1862. Class: Side-wheel steamer. For more information, see page 268.
Teaser. Purchased at Richmond in 1861. Captrured by the Federals in James River in 1862.[138] Class: Wooden gunboat; tug. For more information, see page 268
Tender Resolute. Muster roll for December 1862, June - December 1863.
Tender Sampson. Muster roll for June - December 1863
Tennessee. Built at Memphis, Tenn., by contract with John T. Shirley. Burned on stocks by order of provost marshal, June 5, 1862. Never completed.[139] Class: Ironclad ram. For more information, see page 268
Tennessee. Built at Mobile, Ala. Surrendered at Mobile to the Federals, August 5, 1864.[140] Class: Casemated ironclad. For more information, see page 268
Texas. Taken for the U.S. Navy, April 4, 1865, at Richmond, Va. The ram Texas now at the Norfolk navy yard is one of the best and most valuable hulls built by the rebels.[141] Class: Ironclad ram; two screws. For more information, see page 269
Theodora. Fitted out and commissioned at Charleston, S.C., July 15, 1861. Her crew consisted of 50 men.[142] Class: Side wheel, iron privateer. Formerly the Carolina, her name was changed to Gordon and then to Theodora. For more information, see page 269
Thomas Jefferson. Seized at Richmond, Va., in 1861. Sunk by the Confederates in May, 1862, at Drewry's Bluff to obstruct the James River. Class: Side-wheel steamer. Formerly she was the merchant steamer Jamestown.[143] For more information, see page 269
Thomas L. Wragg, see Nashville.
Tiger.[144] For more information, see page 269
Torpedo. Burned at Richmond, Va., April 4, 1865, by Confederates. She was sent to Norfolk Navy Yard in May, 1865, as prize property with her deck burned off and her hull, boiler and machinery considerably injured by fire.[145] Muster roll for July - September 1862, and January - March 1864. Class: Iron tender; screw. For more information, see page 269.
Tropic. Class: Gunboat.[146] For more information, see page 269
Tuscaloosa. Built at Mobile, Ala. Sunk 12 miles above Mobile, Ala., in Spanish River, during flight of rebels from the city.[147] Muster roll. Class: Ironclad, steam floating battery. For more information, see page 269.
Tuscaloosa. Captured, June 21, 1863, by the C.S.S. Alabama, and armed as a tender, off the coast of Brazil. She was seized by the British Authorities at Simon's Bay, South Africa, December 29, 1863, upon the charge of violating the neutrality of the port. Subsequently released by order from the English Home Government, she was turned over to the U.S. consul at that place, as she was never claimed by the Confederates.[148] Class: Bark. Formerly the American bark Conrad. For more information, see page 270
Tuscarora. Accidentally burned at New Orleans, La.[149] Class: Side-wheel river steamer. For more information, see page 270

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Uncle Ben. Seized at Wilmington in 1861. Sold. Her machinery was taken out and put in the C.S.S. North Carolina.[150] Class: Tug boat. For more information, see page 270
Uncle Ben. Fitted out at Sabine Pass, Tex. Class: Cotton clad steamer.[151] For more information, see page 270
United States. She was at the Gosport Navy Yard in 1861; used by the Confederates as a receiving ship and sometimes called the Confederate States.[152] Class: Old wooden frigate in ordinary. For more information, see page 270

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
V.H. Ivy. Fitted out at New Orleans, La. Commissioned, May 16, 1861. Class: Steamer.[153] For more information, see page 270
Virginia. Seized by the Confederates in 1861 at Gosport Navy Yard and converted into an ironclad.Run on shore near Craney Island and set on fire after being abandoned; she blew up at 4:58 a.m., May 11, 1862.March 8, 1862, she engaged and sunk the U.S.S. Cumberland by ramming and destroyed the Congress by fire. March 9, 1862, engaged the U.S. vessels Moniter, Minnesota, and St. Lawrence.[154] Muster roll for November 1861 - May 1862. Class: Screw ironclad ram. Formerly she was the U.S.S. Merrimack. For more information, see page 270 and page 271.
Virginia II. Built at Richmond in 1864. Blown up at Richmond, Va., April 4, 1865, by the Confederates.[155] Muster roll for November - December 1864, and January - April 1865. Class: Ironclad. For more information, see page 271.
Velocity Captured from the Federals, January 21, 1863, off Sabine Pass. Class: Gunboat.[156] For more information, see page 271

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
W.R. Miles.
Warrior. Mississippi River Department.[157] For more information, see page 271
Washington. Seized by the State of Louisiana, January 31, 1861. Class: Schooner. Formerly U.S. revenue cutter.[158] For more information, see page 271
Wasp.
Water Witch. Captured from the Federals in Ossabaw Sound, June 3, 1864.Burned at Savannah, December 19, 1864, to prevent her falling into the hands of the enemy. When captured she had a crew of 80 officers and men.[159] Class: Side-wheel steamer. For more information, see page 271
Webb, see William H. Webb.
Wm. Aiken, see Aiken.
William H. Webb. Burned by the Confederates at the close of the war. In conjunction with the Queen of the West the Webb captured the Indianola, February 24, 1863. Commissioned as letter of marque, May 15, 1861.[160] Muster roll for October, November, December 1863. Class: Wooden steam ram on the Mississippi and Red Rivers. For more information, see page 271.
Winslow. Purchased at Norfolk in 1861. Wrecked on a sunken hull outside of Hatteras Inlet while going to the assistance of a French vessel which was ashore there. Formerly the J.E. Coffee.[161] Muster roll for July - November 1861. Class: Side-wheel steamer. For more information, see page 272.

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Ship Name Date Type of Ship Name Changes Etc.
Yacht America.
Yadkin. Built at Wilmington. Burned by the Confederates at the fall of Wilmington in 1865.[162] Muster roll for April - June 1864 Class: Wooden, steam gunboat. For more information, see page 272.
Yankee, see Jackson.
York (Privateer). Fitted out at Norfolk, Va., and commissioned July 9, 1861. Burnt and guns thrown overboard by her officers and crew near New Inlet, N.C., Friday, August 9, 1861, to prevent capture by the U.S.S. Union, commanded by Commander J.R. Goldsborough.[163] Class: Privateer (pilot boat). For more information, see page 272
Yorktown, see Patrick Henry.

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