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In one naval element the Confederacy had an abundant supply. Before June 3, 1861, 321 naval officers of the United States had resigned and offered their services to the Confederate States. Many of these were assigned to naval construction, and others to artillery duty in the army, especially in coast defence.

1907, History of North America, Volume 14, p. 183. 

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CSS Virginia

Francis J. Reynolds, United States Navy From The Revolution To Date (New York: P. F. Collins & Sons, 1917), 42. 

CSS Alabama

CSS Alabama

Francis J. Reynolds, United States Navy From The Revolution To Date (New York: P. F. Collins & Sons, 1917), 43. 

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CSS Fort Sumter

Francis J. Reynolds, United States Navy From The Revolution To Date (New York: P. F. Collins & Sons, 1917), 43. 

Steamer General Sterling Price

Steamer General Sterling Price

Francis J. Reynolds, United States Navy From The Revolution To Date (New York: P. F. Collins & Sons, 1917), 45. 

Battle Between Ironclads

Battle Between Ironclads

Francis J. Reynolds, United States Navy From The Revolution To Date (New York: P. F. Collins & Sons, 1917), 43. 

CSS Ram Albemarle

CSS Ram Albemarle

Francis J. Reynolds, United States Navy From The Revolution To Date (New York: P. F. Collins & Sons, 1917), 45. 

CSS Ram Manassas

CSS Ram Manassas

 Francis J. Reynolds, United States Navy From The Revolution To Date (New York: P. F. Collins & Sons, 1917), 45. 

CSS Ram Tennessee

CSS Ram Tennessee

Francis J. Reynolds, United States Navy From The Revolution To Date (New York: P. F. Collins & Sons, 1917), 46. 

CSS Patrick Henry

CSS Patrick Henry

J. Thomas Scharf,  History Of The Confederate States Navy From Its Organization To The Surrender Of Its Last Vessel (New York: Rogers & Sherwood, 1887), 776. 

CSS Robert E. Lee

CSS Robert E. Lee

J. Thomas Scharf,  History Of The Confederate States Navy From Its Organization To The Surrender Of Its Last Vessel (New York: Rogers & Sherwood, 1887), 468. 

CSS Shenandoah

CSS Shenandoah

J. Thomas Scharf,  History of the Confederate States Navy From Its Organization To The Surrender Of Its Last Vessel (New York: Rogers & Sherwood, 1887), 809. 

CSS Stonewall Jackson

CSS Stonewall Jackson

J. Thomas Scharf,  History of the Confederate States Navy From Its Organization To The Surrender Of Its Last Vessel (New York: Rogers & Sherwood, 1887), 789. 

CSS Louisiana

CSS Louisiana

J. Thomas Scharf,  History of the Confederate States Navy From Its Organization To The Surrender Of Its Last Vessel (New York: Rogers & Sherwood, 1887), 789. 

CSS Governor Moore

CSS Governor Moore

J. Thomas Scharf,  History of the Confederate States Navy From Its Organization To The Surrender Of Its Last Vessel (New York: Rogers & Sherwood, 1887), 285. 

CSS Florida

CSS Florida

J. Thomas Scharf,  History of the Confederate States Navy From Its Organization To The Surrender Of Its Last Vessel (New York: Rogers & Sherwood, 1887), 792.