1 It was as senseless and savage as a physical fight between two enemies in the darkness.
2 And anyway, the Yankees are too scared of us to fight.
3 The Yankees may be scared of us, but after the way General Beauregard shelled them out of Fort Sumter day before yesterday, they'll have to fight or stand branded as cowards before the whole world.
4 These latter young men were as anxious to fight the Yankees, should war come, as were their richer neighbors; but the delicate question of money arose.
5 Miss O'Hara--I--I had already decided that if we did fight, I'd go over to South Carolina and join a troop there.
6 The thousands of immigrants who'd be glad to fight for the Yankees for food and a few dollars, the factories, the foundries, the shipyards, the iron and coal mines--all the things we haven't got.
7 To those who have to fight them.
8 He's mad because they won't let him go fight the Yankees.
9 The Yankees are recruiting men for frontier service to fight the Indians, recruiting them from among Confederate prisoners.
10 They were the ones who declared it was a "rich man's war and a poor man's fight" and they had had enough of it.
11 When regimental officers, understanding the situation, saw a hard fight ahead, they wrote these men, telling them to rejoin their companies and no questions would be asked.
12 They could and did lick the Yankees every time the Yankees would stand and fight.
13 He had lost a third of his men in that fight and the remainder slogged tiredly through the rain across the country toward the Chattahoochee River.
14 General Hood did more than stand and fight.
15 Scarlett was terrified when she realized how important this line had become, how fiercely Sherman would fight to take it, how desperately Hood would fight to defend it.