Confederates - Confederate Encores In Hi-Fi mp3 album
The Confederate States Army was the military land force of the Confederate States of America (Confederacy) during the American Civil War (1861–1865), fighting against the United States forces. On February 28, 1861, the Provisional Confederate Congress established a provisional volunteer army and gave control over military operations and authority for mustering state forces and volunteers to the newly chosen Confederate president, Jefferson Davis. Davis was a graduate of the .
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The Confederates, two born-and-bred Rebels teamed with two Yankees, placed 31st in International Competition in 1954, 2nd in Miami in 1955, and in 1956 became International Champions at Minneapolis. Featuring the pure Tenor of George Evans, the mellow Baritone of "Buzz" Busby, the Rich Bass of Wally Singleton and the sweet lead of Dave LaBonte, the Confederates were pure professionals, exulting in the joy and power of their voices
The Navy of the Confederate States (CSN) was the naval branch of the Confederate States Armed Forces, established by an act of the Confederate States Congress on February 21, 1861. It was responsible for Confederate naval operations during the American Civil War (1861–1865), fighting against the Union Navy, United States Navy.
Confederate Partisan Rangers. An article about this unusual style of warfare. Confederate In The Field. A very interesting article written after the war by and about a young Confederate soldier who experienced his first taste of combat. Explains a lot of everyday soldier life. Except for dissent in the Confederate Congress there could have been regiment after regiment of colored troops wearing gray. Hard to believe? Take a look at this article.
The Confederate Congress did not approve blacks to be officially enlisted as soldiers (except as musicians), until late in the war. But in the ranks it was a different story. Many Confederate officers did not obey the mandates of politicians, they frequently enlisted blacks with the simple criteria; Will you fight? Historian Ervin Jordan, explains that biracial units were frequently organized by local Confederate and State militia Commanders in response to immediate threats in the form of Union raid. .Confederate General John B. Gordon (Army of Northern Virginia) reported that all of his troops were in favor of Colored troops and that it’s adoption would have greatly encouraged the army. Gen. Lee was anxious to receive regiments of black soldiers.
Confederate Heritage™ folks will trip all over each other in the rush to absolve Nathan Bedford Forrest of the common (and strictly incorrect) accusation that he was a founder of the Klan, but John Booker Kennedy really was. I do wish these folks would quit pretending that they’re put off by the Ku Klux Klan, and have no truck with i. Confederate Veteran John B. Kennedy Kennedy served the Confederacy as a private with Company A of the 3rd Tennessee Infantry Regiment. He was wounded at Chickamauga and at Jonesboro, Georgia. Kennedy was one of the six original organizers of the Ku Klux Klan on December 24, 1865, in the Pulaski law office of Major Thomas M. Jones, and he would be the last of the six founders to die. Report this ad. I don’t know why I should expect better from Robert.
Neo-Confederates or Southern nationalists are the various groups and individuals who use historical negationism to portray the Confederate States of America and its actions in the American Civil War in a positive light. Criticism of the term. Origins and doctrines of "Lost Cause" Civil War history. Tenets of neo-Confederate beliefs. Historical revisionism. Cultural and religious.
|A2||I'm Looking For A Four Leaf Clover||2:00|
|A3||Boy Of Mine||3:15|
|A4||12th Street Rag||2:30|
|A5||Down Where The South Begins||2:35|
|B2||Pal Of My Cradle Days||2:57|
|B3||Mammy Of Mine||2:00|
|B4||Just In Case You Change Your Mind||2:00|
|B5||A Nightingale Sang In Barkley Square||4:20|
- Baritone Vocals – Buz*
- Bass Vocals – Wally*
- Lead Vocals – Dave*
- Tenor Vocals – George*
|CH-1001||The Confederates Quartet||Confederate Encores In Hi-Fi (LP)||Champ Records||CH-1001||US||Unknown|
|CH-1001, Champ XO56||The Confederates Quartet||Confederate Encores In Hi-Fi (LP, )||Champ Records , Champ Records||CH-1001, Champ XO56||US||Unknown|
|OBW 6213||Confederates*||Confederate Encores In Hi-Fi (LP, Album, RE)||Chord||OBW 6213||US||1963|
|none||The Confederates Quartet||Confederate Encores (CD, Album)||Not On Label||none||US||Unknown|