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2.A derogatory Southern term used to identify a corrupt Northerner who came South after the war in order to use the political process for self-enrichment.
5.The largest organization body in the Union and Confederate forces.
7.A 19th century warship having sides armored with metal plates in order to protect it
8.Light contact that involved relatively few men. A minor encounter
9.The blocking of waterways, or inlets, by ships of war.
11.A line of stout posts or timbers set firmly in the dirt so with each other to form a barrier or defense fortification.
13.Infantry, or other military personnel, assigned to man a fort or fortress.
14.Either end of a battle line The flanks are normally considered more exposed and weaker than the rest of the battle line.
15.A Northerner
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1.Works erected to defend a place.
2.connected series of military operations forming a phase of a war
3.A military unit composed of 10 companies (each company having 50-100 men) and led by a colonel.
4.An explosive consisting of a compound of potassium nitrate, sulfur and charcoal.
6.A strong or fortified place for protection against the enemy
10.The science or art of military command as applied to the overall planning and conducting of large-scale operations.
12.A muzzle-loading cannon used to fire projectiles at high angles.

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