Sources: Law Dictionary
Balloonist Thaddeus Lowe goes aloft aboard the Intrepid to observe Confederate activity during the Civil War Battle of Fair Oaks, which took place in Virginia from May 31 to June 1, 1862.
There was a Miss Confederate beauty pageant, parades, and even a re- enactment of South Carolina's declaration of secession.
Instead of surrendering to Sherman, the Confederate Armies would break up. The soldiers would return to their homes, taking their weapons with them.
Facing Cemetery Hill, the Confederates stood shoulder to shoulder in a line almost two kilometers long. Sunlight shone from their guns.
In fact, provisions had been shut off only because the Confederate authorities got wind of Lincoln's devious intentions.
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Atlanta read, knew the oracle had spoken, and, as loyal Confederates, they hastened to cast Rhett out.
假如不是战争带来了动乱和他本人为南部联盟政府做事的缘故，瑞德 - 巴特勒是决不会为亚特兰大所接受的。
Had it not been for the upset conditions due to the war and his own services to the Confederate government, Rhett Butler would never have been received in Atlanta.
Hitherto I had had no confederates nor any acquaintance among that tribe.
However, there were the Confederate victories in Tennessee scored by General Morgan and General Forrest and the triumph at the Second Battle of Bull Run hung up like visible Yankee scalps to gloat over.