Go and have a look (possibly with some binoculars) at some other boats and look at how they are rigged. They won't tell you exactly how yours should be rigged, but will get you into the ballpark to understand what you have.
If the mast has never been up (under your ownership) then a possibility that not all the bits were passed onto you! I mention that because any confusion may not be simply you!
When raising the mast make sure you do not kink any of the shrouds (the side wires), the forestay (the front wire) or the backstay (the rear wire).
From Boatman's link, looks like she is a fractional rig (forestay does not go to the top of the mast) - that info likely not of any great use! (excepting to know why the forestay (front wire) does not reach the top of the mast!)...........but very useful to learn the correct terms to save confusion when discussing problems with others - albeit note as I am from the UK, I may be using UK only terms! - some boat terms for stuff varies across the Atlantic!, no idea if this is the case here).
Although unrelated, it still makes me smile - a mate new to boats came to me for advice!, part of that was me e-mailing him a list of stuff to have onboard and that included Warps (mooring lines).....the problem was I did a typo and called them Wraps (with a helpful definition next to it), was only much later I discovered that he was calling them Wraps!............and he still does many years later - and he hates me for it!!