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the confederates

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The Battle of Perryville was important because the Confederates actually won, but retreated the night after the battle to Tennessee because they did not want to continue to fight for a state (Kentucky) that did not support them.


ANSWER The Federal Army, led by Gen. Don Carlos Buell won the Battle of Perryville.


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There was a Battle of Perryville, Kentucky, USA during the American Civil War that was fought on October 8, 1862. Source: Perryville, Battle for Kentucky by K. A. Hafendorfer(seriously) printed in 1981.


Robert S. Cameron has written: 'Staff ride handbook for the Battle of Perryville, 8 October 1862' -- subject(s): Guidebooks, Perryville, Battle of, Perryville, Ky., 1862, Staff rides


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It wasn't a real battle. It was made up to scare Confederates and the South.


ANSWER 845 Unionists and 510 Confederates.


The address of the Perryville Branch is: 500 Coudon Boulevard, Perryville, 21903 2833


The phone number of the Perryville Branch is: 410-996-6050.


The decisive Union victory at Perryville made the Confederate Army under Braxton Bragg give up the invasion of Kentucky and retreat in Tennessee, taking position at Murfresborough.


The address of the Perryville Nrhs Museum Inc is: Po Box 326, Perryville, MD 21903-0326


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The address of the Perryville Battlefield Preservation Association Inc is: Po Box 133, Perryville, KY 40468-0133


Both Antietam and Gettysburg were fought in Union states, in the East; Perryville in the West.


The Battle of Perryville took place in the Western theater of the war. It was in Kentucky and if one side could claim a victory it could have been a significant blow to the other side. The battle pitted the forces of Confederate General Braxton Bragg against Union General Don Carlos Beull. The battle proved to be inconclusive. Technically Kentucky being a neutral border state should have been off grounds for a battle. It was a slave state however, and Confederate President Jefferson Davis badly wanted it to be a Confederate state.


The Battles of Perryville (also known as the Battle of Chaplin Hills) and the Battle of Mill Springs (also known as the Battle of Fishing Creek and the Battle of Logan's Cross Roads) were part of the Confederate Heartland Offensive (also called the Kentucky Campaign) involving the Confederate Army of the Mississippi's effort to retake the border state of Kentucky. While the Confederates won the bigger and much later battle at Perryville and lost the much smaller battle of Mill Springs it was in fact a strategic Union victory because the Army of Mississippi was forced to withdraw through the Cumberland Gap into East Tennessee..


The Texans won this battle. The Texans won this battle.


Perryville High School was created in 1862.


Union Monument in Perryville was created in 1928.


Perryville Municipal Airport was created in 1942.


The airport code for Perryville Airport is KPV.


The Battle of Perryville as part of the Confederate Heartland Offensive also known as the Kentucky Campaign.


The motto of Perryville High School is 'The Panther Way'.


on battle fought during the civil war war was the battle of middle creek, around prestonsburg,KY, the largest was the battle of perryville, during the, you guessed it, civil war



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