Confederate Army


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Noun1.Confederate Army - the southern army during the American Civil WarConfederate Army - the southern army during the American Civil War
army, ground forces, regular army - a permanent organization of the military land forces of a nation or state
gray, grey - any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are grey; "the Confederate army was a vast grey"
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Readyville was an outpost of the Federal army at Murfreesboro; Woodbury had the same relation to the Confederate army at Tullahoma.
He had been a colonel in the Confederate army, and still maintained, with the title, the military bearing which had always accompanied it.
Nathan Bedford Forrest (July 13, 1821 - October 29, 1877), called Bedford Forrest in his lifetime, was a Confederate Army general during the American Civil War and an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan.
1863: The Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War ended with the Confederate Army routed and more than 50,000 dead or wounded.
1865: The Confederate Army surrendered, ending the American Civil War.
1865 The Confederate Army surrendered, ending the American Civil War 1868 Irish terrorist Michael Barrett was hanged outside Newgate Prison for causing an explosion in London which left 13 dead - the last public execution in England 1969 John Lennon and Yoko Ono began a 'bed-in' to promote world peace in a Montreal hotel.
The joint celebration of King, a civil rights leader, and Lee, a general for the Confederate army during the Civil War, represents somewhat conflicting ideologies.
The real question was if Grant could successfully operate without fixed supply lines and with limited lines of communication while on the march and seeking decisive action against the Confederate army.
After only three round-trip journeys, the Confederate Army in the Civil War called this passenger ship into use for wartime battle and at that time, to preserve the beauty of this marvelous piece of musical craftsmanship, the piano was removed from the ship.
The name lived up to that grim sobriquet in September 1863 when the Union Army of the Cumberland and Confederate Army of Tennessee waged a sprawling bloody combat along the banks of West Chickamauga Creek.
At Brandy Station, where they had a real fight on their hands, Captain French (my ancestor) lost a silver-mounted, foreign-made, engraved revolver with "jewels" set into the grips, a gift from Texas Rangers when he left that service to join the Confederate Army in 1861.
Jamieson's focus is on the major battles in Virginia and the Carolinas, but he also addresses later battles to put down the remnants of the Confederate army in the Deep South and western territories.

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