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I flipped a coin. Had Fort Donelson written down and changed my mind. Got lucky.
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Name the island in the Delaware River near the mouth of the Delaware Bay that served as a prison camp for Confederates during the war, especially Gettysburg prisoners.
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Name the island in the Delaware River near the mouth of the Delaware Bay that served as a prison camp for Confederates during the war, especially Gettysburg prisoners.
I think you are referring to Point Lookout prison. I think there were 2 in that vicinity but that one was the more infamous.

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I have a short book written by a 24th Ga soldier captured at Gettysburg that spent time in Lookout if you are interested. Matter of fact Jim has it now and can send it to you next if you want.
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Gentlemen, It's not Point Lookout Maryland. This one is in Delaware.
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I think you are referring to Point Lookout prison. I think there were 2 in that vicinity but that one was the more infamous.

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I have a short book written by a 24th Ga soldier captured at Gettysburg that spent time in Lookout if you are interested. Matter of fact Jim has it now and can send it to you next if you want.
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Gary, PM an address and I will send it your way next.
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E H Sutton, the 24th Ga man who was captured at Gettysburg was first imprisoned for about 3 monts at Fort Delaware and then transferred to Point Lookout.

He commented in his book (written in 1907) that it was a mud island and that a piling driven down 20 ft did not hit solid earth. All types of disease and pestilence were there and men died by the scores. The bodies were carried over and buried on the Jersey shore.
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The one I'm thinking of has a vegetable in it's name.
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Fort Deleware, the "Pea Patch".
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Fort Deleware, the "Pea Patch".
Pea Patch Island is it. Didn't realize it also went by Fort Delaware.
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Me either right up until I cheated the answer.
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I see now. Ft. Delaware is on Pea Patch Island.
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This is one we did as a trivia by email within our SCV camp yesterday..............

The Ga resident nephew of a Confederate Brigadier was among those lost on the Titanic 100 years ago today.

Name the General and the nephew.

I know nobody will know this one so google away
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I am going to put up the only name of a Titanic fatility I know except Astor and that is Butt or Butts. I don't know his first name, but the 15th street bridge over the Augusta Canal is named for him. It is an unusual bridge with lions at each end. I have admired it since I was a kid.
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I am going to put up the only name of a Titanic fatility I know except Astor and that is Butt or Butts. I don't know his first name, but the 15th street bridge over the Augusta Canal is named for him. It is an unusual bridge with lions at each end. I have admired it since I was a kid.

I will say you get a short stub of a cigar for that ............ However you did get part of the answer....... you are speaking of the nephew. Who is gonna google the uncle

Major Butt was a noteworthy soldier in his own right. He served in the Spanish-American War, the Philippines, and as chief military aide to two U.S. Presidents: Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft. While in the Philippines he helped found the Military Order of the Carabao. Major Butt had been to Europe on a six week vacation prior to his date with destiny aboard the Titanic.
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Brig. General William R. Boggs.


Brig. General Archibald Gracie III had a son on the Titanic. He survived but died before the year was out.
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And the remainder of the stogie goes to Gary. !!
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On July 15th 1864, a train headed north carrying 833 Confederate prisoners and 125 Union guards collided with a coal train headed south in Shohola Twp.,Pike County Pennsylvania. At least 51 Confederates and 17 Federals were killed in the collision, including several from Georgia . From what prison did they come and what prison were they headed to?
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Pike County Pa. is in the Pocono Mts. of northeast Pennsylvania.
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does twp mean township ?
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It does, we have townships up here.
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You might find this article in today's paper of interest.

South's sacrifice honored

I appreciate the SCV for the cemetery service, remembrances, and memorials they do also to my own Confederate kin folk.
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Since you stated Pennsylvania, I had to naturally think of New York by proximity and the only prison I could think of was Elmira (what some called "Hellmira"). But I could not guess if one of the prisons was Elmira or not, or if it was where the train started or its destination without cheating (looking up Elmira). So someone else can make the guess.
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I'll tell you this, Elmira was the destination. The train had come from further south.
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I'll tell you this, Elmira was the destination. The train had come from further south.
Just a guess, but with this clue I would say they came from the Old Capitol Prison near Washington DC.
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Just a guess, but with this clue I would say they came from the Old Capitol Prison near Washington DC.
The prison was in Maryland.
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OK, I am going to guess Point Lookout again. If I keep giving that as an answer, sooner or later it has to be the right one.
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OK, I am going to guess Point Lookout again. If I keep giving that as an answer, sooner or later it has to be the right one.
Yeah, what he said
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What confederate officer was so obedient to his commanders orders that he rode 14 miles on horseback in a blinding snowstorm because his commander had sent him a note asking that he come see him when it was convienient.
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Stonewall?
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That sounds just like him.

Imagine how the War might have been different in the West if Pope had treated Bragg the same.
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That sounds just like him.

Imagine how the War might have been different in the West if Pope had treated Bragg the same.
Indeed it was Jackson and of course his commander was Lee. From what I read Lee reminded him that it was not urgent and he had sent word to come when it was convenient. Jackson replied something like " Sir your slightest thought is an urgent order for me"
Jackson demanded the same from his subordinates as well. He was known to put all officers from entire brigades under arrest for failure to follow orders exactly.
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here is a question I plagiarized from another website. I don't remember ever reading of this one.

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The war's most striking victory in consideration of lost resources was the Confederate victory at ___________.
Capt. Richard W. Dowling , defending with 43 men and 6 cannon, held of a Federal force of 15,000 troops.

Fill in the blank with [1] Choctaw Bluff, Miss. [2] Point Clear, Ala. [3] Sabine Pass, Tex. [4] Alexander Ferry, Tenn
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I think I read something about this when I was looking at Texas battles (the last battle of the WFSR, Palmetto Ranch) but I'm not sure or don't recall so this is a wild guess. #3
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Sabine Pass.
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Good guess............ Sabine Pass indeed. Now its your turn Robert.
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Okay. We are going back on the water for this one.

The final Confederate surrender took place on November 6, 1865 in Liverpool, England aboard what ship? This surrender brought about the end of the Confederate Navy. This ship had circumnavigated the globe, the only CSN ship to do so. She was a screw steamer, full rigged, iron-framed, and turned over to British Government. Officially a Wooden Cruiser in the same class of ships as the Alabama, Sumter, and Florida.

Answers to make it easier.

A) CSS Tallahassee B) CSS Shenandoah C) CSS Alexandra D) CSS United States
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The answer is B) CSS Shenandoah.

What battle took place in Tennessee that ended in a loss for Confederate forces in April of 1862?

This battle saw Confederate forces poorly armed with shotguns, hunting rifles, pistols, flintlock muskets, and a few pikes other than two regiments that had Enfield rifles.
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Here is an easy one to help us old timers who cant remember .................... now what was I typing for.

Oh yeah.

What battle was fought with many of the elite citizens of a nearby city watching for entertainment ???

These same citizens had to share a road a bridge with the retreating defeated troops during and after the battle.
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These same citizens had to share a road a bridge with the retreating defeated troops during and after the battle.
1st Manassas
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Yes it was Manassas.....
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This battle saw Confederate forces poorly armed with shotguns, hunting rifles, pistols, flintlock muskets, and a few pikes other than two regiments that had Enfield rifles.
The battle was named after a nearby church. It also saw the loss of a Confederate General and a Federal Major General. Can you also name the Federal Major General that was killed? This was a major battle.
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The battle was named after a nearby church. It also saw the loss of a Confederate General and a Federal Major General. Can you also name the Federal Major General that was killed? This was a major battle.
You are speaking of the Battle of Shiloh. The good guys lost Albert Sydney Johnston. The federals lost General Wallace. The federals named the battle after a port on the river called Pittsburgh Landing.
I haven't searched but we did some questions on this battle in this thread I think. If not it was in an earlier one.
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You are speaking of the Battle of Shiloh. The good guys lost Albert Sydney Johnston. The federals lost General Wallace. The federals named the battle after a port on the river called Pittsburgh Landing.
I haven't searched but we did some questions on this battle in this thread I think. If not it was in an earlier one.


On both questions. Over to you, Marvin. Ironic that Shiloh means "place of peace" in Hebrew isn't it? There was no peace at Shiloh Church in 1862.
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Name a very high ranking Union Cavalry officer who was captured during Sherman's Ga campaign.

He and Thomas J. Jackson were cadet room-mates at West Point

For an extra cigar where was he captured?
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George Stoneman. The other side of the river from Macon?
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George Stoneman. The other side of the river from Macon?
Stoneman it was.............. and yes north of Macon. His command was doomed after being repelled at Macon. His raiders were even repelled at the Oconee/Clarke county line by a group of home guard. All but one company of the 1200 men who left to make a big circle around Atlanta were lost on this raid.

I attended an event Sunday where the author of "Sherman's Horsemen" spoke.

Yep another book to read now.
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Stoneman it was.............. and yes north of Macon. His command was doomed after being repelled at Macon. His raiders were even repelled at the Oconee/Clarke county line by a group of home guard. All but one company of the 1200 men who left to make a big circle around Atlanta were lost on this raid.

I attended an event Sunday where the author of "Sherman's Horsemen" spoke.

Yep another book to read now.
After I answered "the other side of the river" , I looked and saw that it was 7 miles north of Clinton at Sunshine Church. I wonder if Old Clinton BBQ was there back then.
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