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Confederate Civil War uniform, gray or butternut wool shell jacket. A gray, butternut, or blue trousers. They used a havershack to carry their personal belongings. Confederate soldiers usually traveled lighter than their Union counterparts.
The Union army at first had multiple uniforms however later on they created a final design. The Unions new standard uniform was a dark blue coat. Typical or lower ranked soldiers contained uniforms with single-breasted coats. High ranked officers however wore uniforms with double-breasted coats. The uniforms also consisted of a brass buckle with U.S in scripted in them.
The uniforms of the South were made of wool as well, however this proved to be quite bad because wool proved to be ill suited for the hot weather in the South. Many soldiers died of heat stroke because of it. The uniforms were usually cadet gray and consisted of hat, long waistcoat, trousers, and a belt. The distinguished feature of the uniform was the gold buttons and belt.
South: Some Southern soldiers wore blue uniforms (like those of North) in order to trick their enemy. Their actual uniform, however, was a gray frock coat and they also used buttons and symbols to specify rankings. Along with using cannons and bayonets, the South also used unique revolvers such as the 36 caliber Navy revolver.
The Civil War Clothing includes both US and USA war items and cloths .The war uniforms 1833 to 1899 war era is also available. The cravats, pants, caps, shirts and great coats are some of the civil war clothing.
(Confederate/South - p.mc.n.) General P.T.G. Beauregard's frock coat at the Louisiana Civil War Museum in New Orleans
Confederate Civil War uniform, worn by the Champion's personal guards at the Palais.- use as reference and inspiration for my toy soldier costume
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On the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, Jed Marum's song Prayer From Little Round Top, a song inspired by the story of a young irish immigrant who died there.
2 unidentified Confederate soldiers note their jackets.
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U.S. Civil War era tintype photo [Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with Gardner patent canteen and haversack] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr
Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with Gardner patent canteen and haversack. 1861-1865. LOC
(c. 1861-1865) Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with Gardner patent canteen and haversack.
https://flic.kr/p/bmW8hL [Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with Gardner patent canteen and haversack] (LOC) [b/w 1861-1865]: ambrotype, hand-colored;"Photograph shows soldier in dilapidated condition."--my notes: I don't think that remark is appropriate for this boy...his hat reminds me of MS farmer boys, I have one myself, collector,...these boys had very little to take due to the large family left behind, and were promised firearms/rations. He obviously didn't get all that.
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(c. 1861-1865) Soldier in Confederate uniform
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Confederate soldiers prayer- something to think about
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Confederate soldiers prayer ~Beautiful...
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American Civil war soldiers carried about 40 pounds while on the march. Canteen for water, haversack for food and knapsack for sleeping/personal items. Cap box, cartridge box, bayonet and musket or rifle were all for fighting.
A well kitted Confederate Civil War Soldier. many of them went to war in the clothing they wore that day and with a muzzle loader or pitchfork.
Sgt. Joseph Dore 7th New York State Militia, circa 1860s. Civil War glass negative collection, Library of Congress. YES, Joseph Dore survived the war. In 1860, Joseph Dore, a 27 year old bookkeeper born in New York, was living in the Lewis Opedyke household in New York City’s 16th Ward. In 1870, Joseph was married to a lady named Mary A., and they had two daughters, Ida, age 10, and Blanche, age 2. They also had a Prussian-born servant living with them named Dora Milton, who was 19.
Civil war soldier with his forty lbs of gear carried when on the march
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The Soldiers and Sailors of the Confederacy Memorial at Gettysburg battlefield, Pennsylvania
Tomb of a Black Confederate. Confederate cemetery. Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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This was labeled "black rebel". My understanding of history is not extensive, but this makes no sense. More likely the slave of a black rebel, forced to follow his "master"? Confederate cemetery. Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Unknown Black Confederate soldier... Confederate cemetery. Chattanooga, Tennessee. (Unknown soldiers graves are not unusual from the Civil War nor were black soldiers - they fought on both sides as did Native Americans) SO SAD! He was more than likely forced into fighting along side his Southern "master"
This is deep. How would you like to be known as...Unknown Black Confederate soldier... Confederate cemetery. Chattanooga, Tennessee. (Unknown soldiers graves are not unusual from the Civil War nor were black soldiers - they fought on both sides as did Native Americans)
Unknown Black Confederate Soldier. Unknown soldier graves are not unusual from the civil war nor were black soldiers -they fought on both sides as did native americans. Confederate cemetery, Chattanooga, TN. Via tumblr user criminally innocent
Unknown Black Confederate soldier... Confederate cemetery. Chattanooga, Tennessee. (Unknown soldiers graves are not unusual from the Civil War nor were black soldiers - they fought on both sides as did Native Americans) Confederate gravestones are readily recognizable as they have a pointed rather than the usual rounded apex, this was deliberately done (shamefully) so they would not be seen as true American soldiers.
Flickr - Photo Sharing! Confederate cemetery. Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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Unknown Confederate Soldier by civil war grave sites, Was he a grown man or just a boy when he went to fight? Whose son, brother or perhaps father was he? Who were his parents who suffered this great loss?
Unknown Confederate Soldier by civil war grave sites. God bless. He's at home in Heaven now with his loved ones, no longer unknown.
Unknown Confederate Soldier sent to an early grave for merely defending his home and family against an immoral and illegal invasion designed to compel his countryman to submit to a government that they no longer wished to associate with. Of course, such graves exist by the thousands because Mr. Lincoln determined to enforce the tariff and the rest of his mercantilist agenda, cost what it may in blood and treasure. Disgusting.
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It's not hate! It's not just black it's not just white!! It's red white and blue and a part of ALL AMERICAN HISTORY!!
Not exactly plain old "Love"... it's a little more complicated. "A Black Confederate soldier during the Civil War"
A Black Confederate soldier during the Civil War. Example of the brainwashed, slave mentality
A Black Confederate soldier during the Civil War - and the slave mentality lives on
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A Black Confederate soldier during the Civil War (hmm, black? confederate?)
A Black Confederate soldier during the Civil War An ignored fact of history
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A Black Confederate soldier from the Civil War era...
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U.S. Civil War era tintype photo [Unidentified soldier in Confederate nine-button frock coat] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate nine-button frock coat] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr
Unidentified Confederate Soldier. Photo from the Library of Congress.
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate nine-button frock coat] (LOC)
(c. 1861-1865) Soldier in Confederate nine-button frock coat
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Confederate Grave - I can read Company K from Mississippi but not which Unit... or the soldier's last name. Anyone know who and which unit this is... and which cemetery?
Confederate grave from Rachel Payson.
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