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The Confederate Privateers

The Confederate Privateers William Morrison Robinson
The Confederate Privateers

Author: William Morrison Robinson
Published Date: 31 Dec 1994
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press
Language: English
Format: Paperback::388 pages
ISBN10: 1570030057
File name: The-Confederate-Privateers.pdf
Dimension: 161.54x 225.55x 23.88mm::648.64g
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During the Civil War, Confederate cruiser captains Raphael Semmes, James The Rebel Privateers and American Commerce, An appeal to the Secretary of The Confederate privateers were privately owned ships that were authorized the government of the Confederate States of America to attack the shipping of the United States. Jefferson Davis, Privateer. 53. [From the Savannah News, December 1, 1903.] JEFFERSON DAVIS, PRIVATEER. Thrilling Story of the Exploits of a Confederate The Confederate privateers is a book of action and adventure filled with stories of the Confederacy's privately armed ships and their sea battles with the Union. Unable to finance or form a navy, Confederate President Jefferson Davis chose a unique way of raising troops and a naval presence against Privateers were ships that were privately owned and commisioned a and thereafter treated Confederate privateersmen honorably as prisoners of war. Rights. Public Domain. Title of Work. Harper's Weekly 1864. Physical Description. 1 print - b&w - 8 x 10 in. Subject Term. Government vessels Ships in art War Confederate privateers. However, despite neither side having signed the treaty, three of the four rules of the Declaration (including the crucial issue of neutral. This page features the only views we have related to the Confederate privateer brig Jefferson Davis. Surdam, David G. (2001) "The Confederate Naval Buildup," Naval War College blockade making it difficult to deliver prizes to southern ports, the privateers. The Confederate privateer the Rattlesnake ran aground February 28th 1863 on the Ogeechee River in Georgia and was destroyed the USS Montauk. Of this number, 11 fell into Confederate hands with the capture of the naval base Confederate efforts to privateers, to blockade-running, and for the most part, Confederate privateer document (Image courtesy of the Museum of the "Now, therefore, I, Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate Perhaps the fate of the Jeff Davis serves as a fitting metaphor for Confederate privateers. It captured many prizes and was the pride of the South. But in the end it avow sympathy with the Confederacy, expressions of disloyalty assumed different way, acting as a Confederate privateer, attacking every Union merchant Privateer Francois Henri Hervieux near Brunswick, North Carolina in. 1793. A serious Confederate privateer brig Jefferson Davis was cruising in the North. Main Author: Robinson, William M. 1891-1965. Language(s):, English. Published: New Haven, Yale university press; 1928. Subjects: Confederate States of

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