Confederacy may refer to:
A Confederation, an association of sovereign states or communities. Examples include:
- Confederate States of America, eleven southern states of the United States of America between 1861 and 1865. "Confederacy" may also reference the military armed forces of the CSA, such as:
- Confederate States Army
- Confederate States Marine Corps
- Confederate States Navy
- Confederate Ireland
- Canadian Confederation
- Confederation of the Rhine
- Gaya Confederacy, an ancient grouping of territorial polities in southern Korea
- German Confederation
- Iroquois Confederacy, group of united Native American nations in both Canada and the United States of America
- Maratha Confederacy
- North German Confederation
- Peru-Bolivian Confederation of 1836–1839
- Powhatan Confederacy
- Sikh Confederacy
- Swiss Confederation
- Old Swiss Confederacy
- Three Confederate States of Gojoseon of the Korean Bronze Age
- Western Confederacy
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... Once the war with the United States began, the best hope for the survival of the Confederacy was military intervention by Britain and France ... realized this as well and made it clear that recognition of the Confederacy meant war with the United States — and the cutoff of food shipments into Britain ... who had believed in "King Cotton" — that is, Britain had to support the Confederacy to obtain cotton for its industries— were proven wrong ...
21 names the duchy of Milan as in league with the Confederacy, that portion was likely written earlier, in 1474 or 1475, as duke Galeazzo Maria Sforza also entered a pact with Burgundy in 1475, lending ... of Tell's apple-shot and the place of origin of the Confederacy), the geographical origin of this early William Tell song is still a matter of debate ...
Famous quotes containing the word confederacy:
“Every diminution of the public burdens arising from taxation gives to individual enterprise increased power and furnishes to all the members of our happy confederacy new motives for patriotic affection and support.”
—Andrew Jackson (17671845)