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Term: infantry (Civil War)

Definition: Soldiers or military units that fought on foot. A war-strong infantry company had 100 men. 10 companies made an infantry regiment. Field officers were a Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel and Major.

[Source: Estabrook, Charles. Records and Sketches of Military Organizations (Madison, 1914)]
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