Citations with the tag: CONFEDERATE States of America. Army

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  • WAR GRAPH.
    Holland, Kelvin // Civil War Times; Dec2009, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p18 

    A chart is presented showing the number of Southern citizens who were Confederates during the Civil War based off of the data in Richard Nelson Current's book "Lincoln's Loyalists."

  • The Confederate Soldier.
    Holland, Kelvin // Military Images; Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p34 

    An image of a Confederate with a flintlock musket and bayonet is presented.

  • Our Readers Write.
    Henry, Stephen M. // Military Collector & Historian; Spring2003, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p28 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Confederate Officer's Frock Coat," by J. Michael Moore, which appeared in the Spring 2002 issue.

  • Traveling light.
    Katcher, Philip // Civil War Times Illustrated; Dec99, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p76 

    Focuses on the strategies used by Confederate foot soldiers to carry their own personal paraphernalia. Majority of soldiers choosing the travel light by removing some of standard supplies issued to them; Case examples; Average contents of the baggage carried by the soldiers.

  • Jake Donelson a `cocky' rebel.
    Nye, Col. W.S. // Civil War Times Illustrated; Mar1997, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p28 

    Features the story of Jake Donelson, the red rooster of Sergeant Jerome B. McCanless of the 3rd Tennessee Regiment, as told by Jerome's nephew, George of McCanless, attorney general of the State of Tennessee. Jake and Jerome's inclusion in the Confederate army that surrendered at Fort Donelson...

  • Monument honors Hood's Texas Brigade.
    Haile, Bartee // Free Press (Buda, TX); 10/24/2012, Vol. 110 Issue 30, p2C 

    The article informs that a monument has been grounded for honoring sacrifice and courage of Hood's Texas Brigade, an infantry brigade in the Confederate States of the U.S. Army.

  • Rebels in Pennsylvania!
    Ent, Uzal // Civil War Times Illustrated; Aug98, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p46 

    Presents the history of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in 1863. Accounts on the battle; Important people who participated in the war; Results of the battle.

  • A German Partisan ranger.
    Barber, Fred // Civil War Times Illustrated; Mar1999, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p80 

    Profiles Wenzel Ernst, a native of Germany who joined the Confederate Army during the American Civil War. Highest rank; Unit; Service record; Enlistment in his unit; Assignment; Mystery surrounding his death.

  • The good Samaritan.
    Johnson, Gregory J. // Civil War Times Illustrated; May96, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p72 

    Features George Syvester Whipple, who served as a physician to Confederate forces. Family background; Studying for medical school; Appointment as assistant surgeon with rank of major; Units served; Praise for his care and comfort he gave to the sick; Medical practice after the war.

  • Torpedos.
    Johnson, Gregory J. // Civil War Times Illustrated; Aug97, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p47 

    Presents various designs of torpedoes used by the Confederate Army during the American civil war in 1864. Definition of torpedoes; Names and photographs of some of the torpedoes; Stories on the damage caused by torpedoes.

  • Book reviews.
    Johnson, Gregory J. // Journal of Southern History; Nov92, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p727 

    Reviews the book `The Confederate Regular Army,` by Richard P. Weinert Jr. with foreword by Archer Jones.

  • COLLECTORS FIELD BOOK: A Confederate Army Chaplain.
    Traynor, Leonard // Military Collector & Historian; Winter2003/2004, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p256 

    An ambrotype of of an unknown Confederate Army chaplain is presented. The article describes the uniform the chaplain is wearing and discusses the likely colors that make up the uniform. The individual's age is described as being between thirty and forty years old and the image is believed to be...

  • Book reviews.
    Caraccilo, Dominic J. // Civil War History; Dec1997, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p348 

    Reviews the book `The Confederate Order of Battle: The Army of North Virginia,' by F. Ray Sibley.

  • Lightsabers Up!
    GAYNOR, MICHAEL; HUNT, NICHOLAS // Washingtonian Magazine; Apr2013, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p21 

    The article features two groups that re-enact significant battles, including the Army of Northern Virginia, First Division, 3rd Regiment and the Maryland Chapter of Rebel Legion.

  • ARMAMENTS CAPITAL.
    Wolka, Wendell // Numismatist; Jun2013, Vol. 126 Issue 6, p61 

    The article offers information on several companies in New Orleans providing military equipment for the South during the Civil War. These includes the Patterson Iron Works and Jackson & Co. provides machinery to the CSS Mississippi ironclad steamer. The Cook & Brother founded by British...

  • Deadline nears for leadership camp.
    Wolka, Wendell // Wilson County News; 3/12/2014, p3E 

    The article reports that the Texas Brigades program, which educates and empowers youth with the leadership knowledge and skills in fisheries, wildlife and land stewardship, is searching for a good leader and application is until March 15, 2014.

  • Edmund Kirby Smith.
    Wolka, Wendell // Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th Edition; Q1 2014, p1 

    Smith, Edmund Kirby, or Edmund Kirby-Smith, 1824–93, American soldier, Confederate general in the Civil War, b. St. Augustine, Fla. A West Point graduate, he was cited for gallantry in the Mexican War. A major when he resigned from the U.S. army (Mar., 1861) to fight for the Confederacy,...

  • Book reviews.
    Legg, T.J. // Journal of American History; Jun92, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p281 

    Reviews the book `The Confederate Regular Army,` by Richard P. Weinert Jr.

  • Dallas Stoudenmire.
    Legg, T.J. // Great Gunfighters of the Wild West; 2001, p26 

    The article profiles Dallas Stoudenmire, a soldier, ranger and marshal during the Wild West period in the U.S. He joined the Confederate Army in 1862. Stoudenmire was involved in several gunfights, including his encounter with a man who wanted to shoot him in Texas in 1876. In El Paso, he was...

  • For one unheralded confederate quartermaster, enduring criticism was part of his varied job...
    Brown, Thomas H. // America's Civil War; Mar1998, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p70 

    Profiles Confederate Captain Fredrick Ingate, who served as a quartermaster in the United States Civil War. Names of the persons for whom Ingate was quartermaster; Comments made by Ingate; Information on an unusual case which Ingate wrote about.

  • COUNT OFF! 25.
    Brown, Thomas H. // America's Civil War; Sep2011, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p10 

    The article lists the significant people and events during the Civil War that relate to the number 25 which include the Union warships, the captured Confederates, and the Confederate prisoner escapees from Camp Douglas in Illinois.

  • Still Talking About the Weather.
    Brown, Thomas H. // Civil War Times; Jun2010, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p34 

    The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one about starving Confederate soldiers in Centreville, Virginia in 1861-1862, and one about museum curator Brett Kelley's experience in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania's cold weather conditions.

  • Name That Soldier.
    WHEELER, LINDA; RICHARDSON, SARAH // Civil War Times; Aug2012, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p16 

    The article reports that the identity of a soldier of the Confederate States of America depicted in a studio portrait that was donated by collector Tom Liljenquist to the U.S. Library of Congress (LOC) has been revealed as Company B, Berkeley Troop, 1st Virginia Cavalry Private David M. Thatcher.

  • Drawn & Quoted.
    WHEELER, LINDA; RICHARDSON, SARAH // Civil War Times; Dec2012, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p16 

    The article presents a quotation from the late Army of Northern Virginia artillerist John Pelham concerning the romance of war.

  • Confederate Commissary General: Lucius Bellinger Northrop and the Subsistence Bureau of the Southern Army.
    Beringer, Richard E. // Journal of American History; Dec96, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p1022 

    Reviews the book `Confederate Commissary General: Lucius Bellinger Northrop and the Subsistence Bureau of the Southern Army,' by Jerrold Northrop Moore.

  • Book reviews: Social sciences.
    Simpson, Brooks D. // Library Journal; 4/1/1996, Vol. 121 Issue 6, p98 

    Reviews the book `Confederate Commissary General: Lucius Bellinger Northrop and the Subsistence Bureau of the Southern Army,' by Jerrold Northrop Moore.

  • Book reviews.
    Gentry, Judith F. // Journal of Southern History; May97, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p419 

    Reviews the book `Confederate Commissary General: Lucius Bellinger Northrop and the Subsistence Bureau of the Southern Army,' by Jerrold Northrop Moore.

  • Cleburne and the unthinkable.
    Connor, Sam // Civil War Times Illustrated; Feb98, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p45 

    Focuses on the proposal of Patrick Cleburne, commander of Confederate Army of Tennessee, to enlist black slaves in the army. Great forces that were destroying the Confederacy; Implications of the plan; How the plan would shift foreign sympathies from the North to the South.

  • To save an army.
    Cozzens, Peter // Civil War Times Illustrated; Sep/Oct94, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p40 

    Presents a historical account of the participation of Irishman Patrick Cleburne as General Braxton Bragg's most skilled general in saving the Confederate Army of Tennessee. Background; Dispositions.

  • The 9th Virginia Cavalry served as the eyes and ears for J.E.B. Stuart, 'Stonewall' Jackson and Robert E. Lee.
    Gallahan, Dennis S. // America's Civil War; Sep2005, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p12 

    This article focuses on the 9th Virginia Cavalry, which was considered as the best regiments in the Confederate service during the American Civil War. On December 18, 1861, a collection of men from Stafford, Caroline, Westmoreland, Lancaster, Spotsylvania, Essex, Lunenburg, King William, King...

  • Training, Tactics and Leadership in the Confederate Army of Tennessee (Book).
    McKee Jr., James W. // Journal of Southern History; May2002, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p464 

    Reviews the book 'Training, Tactics and Leadership in the Confederate Army of Tennessee: Seeds of Failure,' by Andrew Haughton.

  • Diary North, Diary South.
    Earp, Charles // Civil War Times Illustrated; Mar1999, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p42 

    Highlights a diary that recorded the Civil War experiences of two men on opposite sides of the battlefield. Key events noted in Union officer Charles E. Phelps' diary; Entries made by Confederate officer Martin Luther Smith in the same diary.

  • Millionaire rebel raider: The life of Nathan Bedford Forrest, part 1.
    Grimsley, Mark // Civil War Times Illustrated; Sep/Oct93, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p58 

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  • where does PRIVATE EDWIN F. JEMISON rest?
    Filipowski, Alexandra; Harrington, Hugh T. // America's Civil War; May2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p34 

    In a quite cemetery in the center of what was once Georgia's capital, a monument has stood for more than a hundred years commemorating the life of Private Edwin F. Jemison, a young Confederate soldier in 2nd Louisiana Infantry Regiment, killed in the U.S. Civil War battle. To honor his memory,...

  • IT'S A FACT.
    Filipowski, Alexandra; Harrington, Hugh T. // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2006, p72 

    The article reports that Arlington National Cemetery, in Arlington, Virginia, was originally part of the estate of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. When Lee left home to join the Confederate Army in 1861, it was occupied by Union troops, who set up forts there and also used the area to bury...

  • Chaplains in the Confederate Army.
    Robinson-Durso, Pamela // Journal of Church & State; Autumn91, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p747 

    Focuses on the institution of the office of chaplains as an official military organization of the Confederate Army during the era of the American Civil War. Social and political attitudes of Southern church leaders during the period; Rank of the Confederate chaplain; Duties; Salaries.

  • Confederate Colonels: A Biographical Register.
    MONROE, DAN // Alabama Review; Oct2009, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p297 

    The article reviews the book "Confederate Colonels: A Biographical Register," by Bruce S. Allardice.

  • A DEFENDER TO THE END.
    MONROE, DAN // Civil War Times; Aug2006, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p74 

    A photograph depicting Helen Dortch Longstreet, the second wife of Confederate Lt. General James Longstreet is presented.

  • Two Louisiana Brothers in Mississippi.
    Stephens, Sandra McWilliams // Civil War Times; Jan2008, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p27 

    The article presents information about two brothers from Louisiana, who were enlisted in the Confederate Army. The elder was William T. McWilliams, who volunteered for service on May 1, 1862. The following month he became a member of the 31st Louisiana Infantry Regiment. Andrew Carrell...

  • Irish-born Confederate General Patrick Cleburne earned the high accolade, `the Stonewall of the...
    Wilson, John // America's Civil War; Sept97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p70 

    Reviews the book `Stonewall of the West: Patrick Cleburne & The Civil War,' by Craig L. Symonds.

  • Reviews.
    Toney, Keith // America's Civil War; Sep98, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p66 

    Reviews the book `Sabres and Pistols: The Civil War Career of Colonel Harry Gilmor, C.S.A.,' by Timothy Ackinclose.

  • North Carolina General Stephen Dodson Ramseur was one of Robert E. Lee's best young division commanders.
    Zimmerman, Daniel // America's Civil War; Nov99, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p16 

    Features Confederate General Stephen Dodson Ramseur of North Carolina, who served under General Robert E. Lee during the American Civil War. Education; Achievements in the Confederate Army; Promotion; Injury at Malvern Hill; Participation in the Battle of Chancellorsville as a brigadier...

  • Confederate Generals' Dawn Duel.
    Watts, J. Carter // America's Civil War; Nov99, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p50 

    Describes the duel between two Confederate generals during the American Civil War. Southern code of honor; Cause of the conflict between generals John S. Marmaduke and Lucius M. Walker; Terms and conditions on the conduct of the duel; Death of Walker.

  • Maryland Private Henry Hollyday's faded Confederate uniform holds many tales for the attentive observer.
    M. Kimmel, Ross M. // America's Civil War; Jan2001, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p20 

    Describes the Confederate military uniform issued to Maryland soldiers during the American Civil War from 1861-1865 based on Private Henry Hollyday IV's uniform which was rescued from the family home in Easton, Maryland around 1960. Type of fabric used to make the uniform; Background on...

  • The Confederate Soldier.
    M. Kimmel, Ross M. // Military Images; May/Jun2006, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p37 

    The article illustrates a photograph of a young Confederate soldier who was believed to be one of the White brothers, the sons of James and Mary Caroline White of Lincolnton, North Carolina, who served in the 28th, 34th and 55th North Carolina Infantry regiments. The young man wears a gray frock...

  • Bomb brothers.
    Robins, Peggy // Civil War Times Illustrated; Aug97, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p40 

    Profiles brothers Gabriel James Rains and George Washington Rains, as two munition experts of the Confederate army, during the United States Civil War in 1864. How the brothers were called `Bomb Brothers;' Enemy's opposition to mines; Materials and process in making munition.

  • Out of a frozen hell.
    Long, Roger // Civil War Times Illustrated; Mar1998, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p24 

    Part 1. Presents accounts of the escape of the Confederate officers from Johnson's Island, the infamous Union prison on Lake Erie, north of Sandusky, Ohio on 1864.

  • THE BISHOP'S NEPHEW.
    Sanders, Stuart W. // Civil War Times Illustrated; Mar2001, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p24 

    Presents a biography of Lucius Polk, one of the generals of the Confederate Army during the United States Civil War. Traits of Lucius as a general; Rise of Lucius' uncle, Leonidas 'the Bishop-General' Polk; Physical appearance of Lucius; Gallantry of Lucius in combat.

  • CONFEDERATE COLONELS: A Biographical Register.
    Kirkland, Scotty E. // Louisiana History; Spring2010, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p249 

    The article reviews the book "Confederate Colonels: A Biographical Register," by Bruce S. Allardice.

  • DR. SAMUEL P. MOORE.
    Kirkland, Scotty E. // Journal of Civil War Medicine; 2009, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p82 

    A biography of the Surgeon-General of the Confederate States of America, Dr. Samuel P. Moore, is presented. He was born in 1813 in Charleston, South Carolina where he was educated in medicine, graduating in 1834. He became the assistant surgeon in the U.S. Army on March 14, 1835, obtained the...

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