Confederate Soldiers

Some articles on soldiers, confederate soldiers, confederate:

Military Uniform - History - Nineteenth Century - The American Civil War
... It is generally supposed that Union soldiers wore blue uniforms and Confederate soldiers wore grey ones ... Originally the Confederate government relied on the "commutation" system which required the states to provide their own uniforms ... Later in the war the Confederate national government provided uniforms from a central depot system, including the famous Richmond and Columbus depots ...
Thompson And Powell Martyrs Monument
... It honors two Confederate soldiers who were killed in accordance with the standing order of the Union general in command of Kentucky, Stephen G. 59, which called for the execution of four Confederate prisoners for every unarmed Union civilian killed ... Confederate Colonel Lee A ...
Confederate Monument Of Bowling Green
... The Confederate Monument of Bowling Green, in Bowling Green, Kentucky, is among the sixty-one monuments of the Civil War Monuments of Kentucky Multiple Property ... In 1875 he lived in Topeka, Kansas, but had served in the Confederate 4th Kentucky Infantry during the Civil War, spending much time around Bowling Green as he was a ... He desired a monument honoring the Confederate war dead buried at the cemetery ...
Edward Douglass White - American Civil War Service
... Lafourche, where he supposedly enlisted as an infantryman in the Confederate States Army under General Richard Taylor and eventually attained the rank of lieutenant ... There is no documentation, however, that White served in any Confederate volunteer unit or militia unit engaged in campaigns in the Lafourche area ... Another account suggests that he was assigned as an aide to Confederate General W ...
Montana In The American Civil War
... The closest the Confederate States Army ever came to Montana was New Mexico and eastern Kansas, each over a thousand miles away ... Nevertheless, Confederate soldiers did have a presence in what is now the U.S ... Those in the Montana Territory who supported the Confederate side were varied ...

Famous quotes containing the words soldiers and/or confederate:

    On becoming soldiers we have not ceased to be citizens.
    —Oliver Cromwell’s Soldiers. Address, 1647, to the English Parliament. “Humble Representation.”

    Figure a man’s only good for one oath at a time. I took mine to the Confederate States of America.
    Frank S. Nugent (1908–1965)