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.
( Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has signed legislation that would proclaim July 13 as "Nathan Bedford Forrest Day," honoring a Confederate Army general during the American civil war from 1861 to 1865. 
1863: The Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War ended with the Confederate Army routed and more than 50,000 dead or wounded.
Delivering a glorious victory, General Meade vanquishes the Confederate Army, forcing a retreat south.
| 1865: The Confederate Army surrendered, ending the American Civil War.
In the fall of 1864, the commander of the Confederate Army of Tennessee had harassed Federal forces in north Georgia so badly that the Union commander, William T.
This history for Civil War buffs and others details the career of John Bell Hood, commander of the Confederate Army of Tennessee, focusing on his actions in the town of Franklin and his leadership in the battle against the Army of Cumberland.
And we must take a leaf out of Abraham Lincoln's book, for when the Confederate Army surrendered, Lincoln was urged to take savage reprisals on his defeated opponents.
The first began in the aftermath of Jefferson Davis's call for 20,000 black laborers to assist the Confederate army in November 1864.
Lee's Confederate Army of Northern Virginia and the Union Army of the Potomac, commanded by Major General Ambrose Burnside, as part of the American Civil War.
A stained-glass window in Ventress Hall--one of the University of Mississippi's oldest buildings--portrays the "University Greys," an infantry unit consisting of University of Mississippi students who had fought in the Confederate Army. All troops belonging to this unit were killed during the Civil War, and the window was dedicated in their honor in 1891.

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