Question 1: The 1856, Declaration of
Paris outlawed privateering for such nations as Great Britain and
________, but the United States
had neither signed nor endorsed the declaration.
Question 2: It was launched as Enrica, but
recommissioned a short while later just off the ________, where it began its raiding career.
Question 5: Ultimately, no one was
hanged for privateering because the Confederate government
threatened to retaliate against ________.
Question 6: On April 17, 1861, Confederate President ________
invited applications for letters of marque
and reprisal to be granted under the seal of the Confederate
States, against ships and property of the United States and their
Question 7: Commander William Lewis Maury for whom Maury Island is named; member of the ________ and Commander of the CSS
Question 8: ________ George Minor - Chief
of Ordnance and Hydrography
Question 9: However, the , built in
New Orleans as a Hunley privateer by Horace Hunley, later
came under the control of the ________
at Charleston, SC, but was manned by a C.
Question 10: Initially, Confederate privateers operated primarily from New Orleans, but
activity was soon concentrated in the ________ as the Union Navy began
expanding its operations.