The valor, prowess, skill, and loyalty of our victorious legions was a menace to Copperheadism.
Many causes conspired to induce an obstreperous outbreak of "Copperheadism" in the spring of 1863.
With older brothers in the army he had supported his mother during the war, and had kept clear of Copperheadism.
Defeats in the field and Copperheadism at home combined in their dispiriting and deadly work.
Another measure by our people would be attended with salutary results—the extermination of Copperheadism at home.