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Abraham Adler, Company E, 21st Mississippi Infantry, wore this Richmond jacket at the battle of Chickamauga. Although it has faded to tan from a gray color, its butternut shade would have been acceptable uniform color to Confederate quartermasters. Artifact courtesy of the Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana.

American Civil War Artifacts - Civil War, Bible Flag Made From a Confederate Flag Captured at Columbus,Kentucky, June 1861 by the Illinois Volunteer Infantry

William Steel was a young soldier of the 34th Illinois Infantry Co. F when he was shot 7 times at the Battle of Stone River, Dec. 31, 1862. All color guards and bearers of the flag were killed or wounded. Photographed here years later, three bullets remained in his body the rest of Steel's life.

BOYS IN BLUE William H Steel, Illinois Infantry, Company F From the back of this photo: “Steel with flag borne by Illinois Infantry Company F at the Battle of Stone River, Dec. Steel was shot seven times–three bullets remained in.

Coat worn by Thomas Richmond when he was killed at the Battle of Gettysburg on July 1st, 1863. He was in Co. H 6th NC State Troops.

Coat worn by Thomas Richmond when he was killed at the Battle of Gettysburg on July He was in Co. H NC State Troops.

This Confederate lined shell jacket has seven wood buttons, is butternut in color, and has an outside pocket on the left side and an inside pocket on the right side.    The jacket belonged to George Jacob Mook, Company D, 4th Missouri Cavalry CSA. Mook, a resident of St. Louis County, joined the regiment in June 1863 at Bird’s Point, Arkansas.

Jacob Mook Shell Jacket This Confederate lined shell jacket has seven wood buttons, is butternut in color, and has an outside pocket on the left side and an ins

Private Calvin J. C. Munroe, Company G, 25th Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. [Deas' Brigade, Hindman's Division, Polk's Corps]. Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection.

Private Calvin J. Munroe, Company G, Alabama Infantry, C. :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

Military & Patriotic, Ultra-Rare and Historic Richmond Depot Jacket Worn by a BraveMarylander... (Total: 3 )

Military & Patriotic, Ultra-Rare and Historic Richmond Depot Jacket Worn by a BraveMarylander.

15th Mississippi Infantry Regiment

Civil War Cowboy Hats in History - Slouch Hats; beginning with the early years, through the Civil War, including legendary heroes, movie celebrities, and contemporary hatmakers.

Trans-Mississippi Depot Jacket. This jacket was worn by Private John C. Bach; Company A, 31st Louisiana Infantry, and it resides in the Louisiana State Museum. It is significant because it is depot-made and cadet gray. No authentic jacket of this type has been discovered until November 2010. The discovery of the Bach jacket makes it the only enlisted, depot-made, cadet gray DTM jacket known to exist.

Confederate Trans-Mississippi Shell Jacket worn by Pvt. Bach of Company A, Louisiana Infantry. Jacket was possibly made by the Houston Depot. Uniform housed at the Louisiana State Museum.

These brothers served in the same unit during the Civil War: Company E, South Carolina 1st Infantry Regiment (Orr's Rifles). Description from civilwartalk.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Pool Brothers in Civil War. These brothers served in the same unit during the Civil War: Company E, South Carolina Infantry Regiment (Orr's Rifles). L-R: Balus Earl Pool, James Thomas Pool,

Military & Patriotic, Ultra-Rare and Historic Richmond Depot Jacket Worn by a BraveMarylander... (Total: 3 )

Military & Patriotic, Ultra-Rare and Historic Richmond Depot Jacket Worn by a BraveMarylander.

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