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The Army of The Free Part 1: Union armies faced disaster on the eastern front and relative success on the western front until 1864. Even when the tide turned against the Confederacy in men and material Union armies and soldiers facing Robert E. Lee would remark to Grant, "you may have beat Johnston, but you have never met Bobby Lee." People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
The Army of The Free Part 2: The Union army made up of 550,000 personnel was the largest in the world second to the Confederate Army. Its personnel would include Irish,Germans,and Africans; Even though only 7 precent of the northern population was black, black soldier would make up 11% of the army. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
Religious Fervor: In a period between 1863-1864, mass movements in Northern and Southern camps sprang up known as "Religious Fervour" by officers. By mid 1864 both sides were sending back 2,000 dead dying and maimed men a day, which compelled many soldiers to give radical devotion and belief in God's glory and love. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
Happy Confederate  memorial Day !!!!! Never forget those brave men who fought for Dixieland . #csa #dixieland #confederateflag #secede partners @ban_p.orn @southernrevivalist @oklahoma_rebel_ @appalachia_outlaw_1861
Song of The Confederate Irish part 1: Major General Mansfield Lovell, Commander of Department 1, Louisiana, was left with one tenable option after the Union Navy broke through the Confederate ring of fortifications and defense vessels guarding the lower Mississippi: evacuation. The inner ring of fortifications at Chalmette was only intended to resist ground troops; few of the gun batteries were aimed toward the river. Most of the artillery, ammunition, troops, and vessels in the area were committed to the Jackson/St. Phillips position. Once this defense was breached, there remained to face Union troops and warships only three thousand militiamen with sundry military supplies and armed with shotguns. The city itself was a poor position to defend against a hostile fleet. With high water outside the levees, Union ships were elevated above the city and able to fire down into the streets and buildings below. Besides the ever-present danger of weather-caused breaks in the levees, now an even greater threat to New Orleans was the ability of the Union military to cause a break in a major levee that would lead to flooding most of the city, possibly destroying it within a day. Lovell loaded his troops and supplies aboard the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northernrailroad and sent them to Camp Moore. All artillery and munitions were sent to Vicksburg. Lovell then sent a last message to the War Department in Richmond, “The enemy has passed the forts. It is too late to send any guns here; they had better go to Vicksburg.” Military stores, ships, and warehouses were then burned. Anything considered useful to the Union, including thousands of bales of cotton, were thrown into the river. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
Song of The Confederate Irish part 2: Federal Soldiers swept through New Orleans looting, while killing all defenders, in one fell swoop the great highway of the Southern Confederacy was cut from Vicksburg to the sea. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
Song of The Confederate Irish part 3: The Siege of New Orleans was a brilliant and well planned move by Admiral Farragut gambling on the fact the Confederate garrison was undermanned and un equipped for a siege. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
The Confederate Irish Song part 4: At the battle of New Orleans, regiments of Irish were formed to defend against the Federal Marines. Most Irish regiments in Louisiana were under equipped and had little time to train. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
Song of the Confederate Irish part 5. Irishman came to America from Ireland after the potato harvest failed. Irish were most present in port cities competing for the lowest paying jobs, thus when the war began Irish would be enlisting from New York Harbor to Galveston Bay. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
In the trenches: As 1864 came to a close Confederate and Federal forces were locked in a stalemate outside the strategically important railroad town of Petersburg. Confederates deserted by the day as Union artillery and desperate letters from home arrived. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
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Part One, The Hog Eyed Man:American whaling flourished from the late 1700s through the mid-1800s. Hundreds of ships left American ports, hunting the planet’s largest living creatures. Commercial whaling began in the Atlantic, but as whale populations declined, the chase spread to the Pacific and Arctic oceans. While whalebone and ivory were valuable, a whaler’s main profits came from the oil derived from whale blubber.  People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
Part Two, The Hog Eyed Man: As Whaling destroyed the blue whale population, merchants moved north towards the arctic in search of new species. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history
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Bragg is generally considered among the worst generals of the Civil War. Although his commands often outnumbered those he fought against, most of the battles in which he engaged ended in defeats. The only exception was Chickamauga, which was largely due to the timely arrival of Lieutenant General James Longstreet's corps. Some historians fault Bragg as a commander for impatience and poor treatment of others. Some however point towards the failures of Bragg's subordinates, especially Leonidas Polk, a close ally of Davis and known enemy of Bragg, as the more significant factors in the many Confederate defeats at which Bragg commanded. People to Follow: @confederate.libertarian @lors1945 @southernrevivalist @the_civil_war_history @medievalpinecone Hashtags: #confederate #civilwar #rebellion #antigov #secede #secession #robertelee #stonewalljackson #usgrant #union #lincoln #history

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