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Civil War Confederate Army Super TOOB®

SKU 100713

  • 11 pieces per TOOB®. Contents Cannot Be Purchased Individually.
  • Ready to re-enact some history? This set of miniature Civil War Confederate Army soldiers lets children learn about this important conflict with a hands-on, tactile approach. Great for school projects!
  • Characteristics: This TOOB features highly detailed and accurate minifigures representing the Confederate Army of the American Civil War. Includes 11 figures: a kneeling Corporal, a kneeling Rifleman, charging Private, a charging Sergeant, a rifle-loading Infantryman, a rifle-loading Private, a Cannon Loader, a Cannon, a Captain, the Captain’s Cavalry Horse, and a Tree Trunk.
  • Size and Color: Each Super TOOB is 13 inches long and two inches wide, a little larger than a standard American ruler. The figures within measure up to three inches in height. The soldiers feature gray jackets and hats of the Confederacy with light blue, gray and light brown pants and black boots and belts. The captain’s horse is white with light brown mane and tail.
  • The Civil War Confederate Army Super TOOB® is part of the Super TOOBS® collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free


The American Civil War was fought between 1861 and 1865 between the Union Army – representing the Northern States – and the Confederates representing the South.

There were many causes of the Civil War. One of the major issues was slavery. Slaves imported from Africa were a large part of the labor force in the South, and the Confederates believed that the North’s attempts to eliminate slavery were an infringement on their Constitutional rights, while the North believed that enslavement of other human beings violated their human rights.

The Civil war cost the lives of over 620,000 Americans. It would eventually end beginning with the surrender of the Confederate General Robert E. Lee on April 9th, 1865. As news of the prominent general’s surrender spread, other Confederate forces also began to lay down their arms, with the last general surrendering on June 23rd, 1865.

  • Recommended Age: 3+
  • Size in cm: 5 L x 5 W x 33 H
  • Size in inches: 1.97 L x 1.97 W x 12.99 H
  • UPC: 095866005603