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Richard Taylor - Civil War - Confederacy - Lieutenant General
Lieutenant General Richard Taylor was a Confederate commander during the American Civil War. The son of President Zachary Taylor, Richard Taylor saw ...
Confederate Leaders of the Civil War - Confederate Generals
An overview of Confederate leaders from the Civil War.
American Civil War: Nathan Bedford Forrest
Nathan Bedford Forrest was a Confederate lieutenant general during the Civil War. A cavalryman, Nathan Bedford Forrest saw extensive service in the Western ...
Genealogy Glossary - UDC - United Daughters of the Confederacy ...
Explore a description, plus related words and resources for the acronym, UDC, United Daughters of the Confederacy.
History of Female Spies of the Confederacy
A popular society hostess in Washington, DC, she used her contacts to gain information to pass to the Confederacy. Imprisoned for a time for her espionage, she ...
Genealogy Glossary - CSA - Confederate States of America
Definition, pronounciation and related words and resources for the acronym, CSA - Confederate States of America.
Pickett's Charge | Confederate Assault at Battle of Gettysburg
In the following decades, Pickett's Charge became known as the “high water mark of the Confederacy.” It seemed to mark the moment when the Confederacy ...
Bartering on Insanity: The Economic Aspect of the Civil War
Because the truth of the matter was that "commodities held their value better than Confederate currency." (Surdam, 95) So when desiring to increase your stock ...
Maravi Confederacy - African History - About.com
Maravi ('flames of the fire') confederacy was established by Bantu speaking people, the Amaravi, who established a base around Lake Nyasa (Lake Malawi) in ...
Christianity in the Confederate South: Southern Nationalism and ...
During the Civil War, both North and South taught that God was on their side and favored their cause. For Southerners, this meant arguing that God favored ...