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Attach your flag to your wooden dowel if you choose to do so, or hang it any way you like. * For a template of the bear, please see page 131. 32 cut along broken line On The Battlefield Ironclad Ships W hen Virginia seceded from the Union in 1861, it took with it what would soon be one of the South’s most valuable assets: the Union’s shipyard in Portsmouth, Virginia. One of the biggest weaknesses the Confederates had was their lack of a naval yard, since almost all of the shipyards were in the Union’s northeastern states.
This softened the hardtack, and also gave it some flavor. They would then fry the softened hardtack in pork grease.
The periscope quickly became a useful tool for soldiers in bombproof—an underground the trenches as well as on gunships, helping them to see what shelter; also an officer or soldier who never went to the front was going on outside the trenches without being harmed in hornets—bullets the process. 54 On the Battlefield Civil War facts & Trivia H During the Siege of Petersburg, soldiers dug trenches about 3 feet deep and 6 to 8 feet wide. In front of these trenches were small rifle pits, which were large enough for two riflemen.