No sorry, my fact was wrong, quoted here
The Union named its armies after major rivers while the Confederates named their armies after states. As a result, during the war, the Union had an army called "Army of the Tennessee" while the Confederates had an army called "Army of Tennessee."
Well, we could then say that columbia is a city/town.
What kind of timings in the civil war was used then? Lets say 900 hours in the morning?
One of the confusing problems about the civil war is when anyone writes a story about it, it is that both sides tended to name the battles a lot, Confederates used rivers, Union's used towns, so there is a lot of confusion in that.
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I see, I shall get those issues fixed
Are you sure Columbia wasn't the capitial of North Carolina at that time?
Where else did you find wrongs? I'd like to know
Wouldn't 1900 hours be in the morning? Or am I confused?