—Iron-plated ram, built at New Orleans in 1861, mounted one gun; sunk by order of her commander at the battle of New Orleans
—Schooner, formerly United States
revenue-cutter; seized at New Berne, 1861, and name changed to Manassas
. She was dismantled after a few months' service.
—Side-wheel river steamer, bought at New Orleans, 1861, and mounted five guns; sunk by Confederates to obstruct White river
—Center wheel iron-clad, eight guns; built at Shreveport, La.
, in 1864.
—Wooden tug, two guns; burned by Confederates in Yazoo river
—Merchant steamer, bought at Mobile
, 1861; mounted six guns.
She was destroyed by Confederates at the fall of that city in 1865.
morning light—Steamer, twelve guns, captured from the Federals
off Sabine Pass
, January 21, 1863.
—Centre-wheel iron-clad, eight guns; built at Columbus, Ga.
, and burned at the close of the war.
—Wooden gun-boat, two guns; built at Norfolk
, 1862, and burned by the Confederates
—Side-wheel merchant steamer, seized at Charleston
in 1861, and mounted eight guns; ran aground in Ogeeche river in 1864, and was destroyed by shell from the blockading vessels.
—Iron-clad, two guns; built on the Neuse river
, 1864, and burned by the Confederates
in 1865 on the approach of Sherman
—Iron-clad, four guns; built at Wilmington, N. C.
, 1863; sprung aleak and sunk in Cape Fear river
in September, 1864, at anchor.
Palmetto State—Iron-clad, four guns; built at Charleston
, and burned by the Confederates
at the evacuation of that city, in 1865.
—Side-wheel river steamer; bought at New Orleans in