What was a soldiers average pay after the civil war?
The standard US Army enlisted man received approximately $17.00 a month during the 1870's. During the Vietnam War, 100 years later, in 1970; the US Army enlisted man received about $90.00 a month (base pay).
The average age of US Civil War soldiers was 25.
Average life of a civil war soldier was 6 months
The average age of Union soldiers in the US Civil War was 26. Also, 98% of Union soldiers who were engaged in combat were between the ages of 18 and 45.
I think it was $11 per month.
they are pay less than white soldiers.
the answer is 40 years old
offered pay to soldiers along with promises of homes, education, and "insurance"
The Confederacy had huge expenditures during the US Civil War. This hampered the rate of pay for the common soldier at the rank of private. Pay for them was $11 per month.
Yes, soldiers fought in the Civil War. Sadly, that is the fact of war.
Average= 25 oldest= 98 youngest= 13
i think it was over 2 million people
How were soldiers treated during the civil war.
Civil War Soldiers Museum was created in 1991.
in the civil war the soldiers didnt get to do anything for enteertainment they had to fight a lot
there were 10 blinded soldiers during the civil war
The soldiers who fought for the South, in the American Civil War were called, "rebels."
Civil war soldiers marched as fast as they could move their legs.
that was the color of the American soldiers prior to the civil war
Dysentery killed most soldiers in the Civil War.
Union had more soldiers in the war.
the civil war the civil war
The average age of southern soldiers is not known but ir would have changes as the war progressed as both very young boys and old men were pressed into service. For union troops it was 25.8 years old.
Another name for southern soldiers in the Civil War is "Johnny Rebs."
what was the civil war diet? *
ANSWER They were "citizen-soldiers".
Yes, during the civil war the soldiers from the south were called Rebels.
According to military records the average Union soldier had a height of 5' 8.25", and a weight of 143.7 pounds.
Johnnies during the Civil War referred to soldiers in the Confederacy. The Union soldiers actually referred to them as Johnny Reb's.
More than 50% of the soldiers who died in the Civil War died of disease or complications from their wounds.
Around 200,000 soldiers died from gunshot wounds in the civil war.
The answer ranges to 1 and 600. Hope the answer helps. 0 Buffalo Soldiers fought in the Civil War. 180,000 Color Troops fought in the Civil War
The soldiers of the Army of the United States were known as the 'Union' during the US Civil War. The soldiers of the opposing side, the Confederate States Army, were the rebels.
During the Civil War Vermont soldiers fought with the Union "The North" If you want more information on Vermont in the Civil War www.vermontcivilwar.org During the Civil War Vermont soldiers fought with the Union "The North" If you want more information on Vermont in the Civil War www.vermontcivilwar.org
2 IMPROVEMENT It was calculated that during the whole Civil War about 3,500,000 Union soldiers served in the Army. there was about Luis union soldiers
During the course of the US Civil War, the Union, at one time or another had over one million soldiers in the US Civil War.
It was how jack and annie go back to the Civil war and help wounded soldiers and learn about the Civil War
Soldiers wore uniforms during the civil war so that they would know who was the union and confederate.
Soldiers during the Civil War had a great many jobs. They had to drive vehicles and maintain weapons for example.
Approximately 258,000 Confederate soldiers died during the American Civil War.
They helped the soldiers. Women served as nurses in the Civil War so therefore they helped the soldiers get better.
Nearly three million soldiers served in the US Civil War.
The phone number of the Civil War Soldiers Museum is: 850-469-1900.
During the American Civil War, 365,000 Union soldiers were killed. Another 275,200 Union soldiers were wounded or fell ill during the war.
Three hardships faced by soldiers during the civil war were hunger, heat, and cold. These hardships had to be endured by soldiers fighting on both sides of the war.
the south were the confedrate soldiers An the north were the union soldiers
Soldiers, you racist.
The north had more soldiers.
They were called Rebels during the Civil War
3.5 to 4 million soldiers fought in the civil war. An exact number is not known. This is union and confederate combined.
Soldiers in the Civil War ate Cornbread because, it was easy to make and it could serve up to about, 8 men.