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The Oshkosh Public Muesum has a desk in their collection:
Try William Booth, Draper
Yes it does Mrs. Lawson
In The Field, May 5, 1864 “In action, it is directed that volley-firing be that habitually employed either by wing, rank, or battalion: and in order to be perfectly prepared to excute these fires...
“Our left flank was twice turned and partially driven out of its works, but the enemy was easily checked, and our lines speedily restored. At about ten o’clock, our couriers for ammunition,...
I would contact Joe Blunt at Carter and Jasper. Joe's work is outstanding.
Sky Blue Satinette sold.
Civilian Sack Coat Size 44 mad by me. Made of cotton/linen mixed fabric. It’s machined sewn with hand stitched buttonholes. This coat needs to be starched...
Frock Coat is sold.
Moving sale. I need to move some of my excess stuff. Payment by paypal (add 3%) or Money order. Payment is due within 6 days after you have bought it. Shipping is extra. All sales are final....
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You need to read Hazen book. He used Brigade firing throughout Atlanta. He was a firm believer that if the brigade commander controled it’s fire, then ammunition would not be wasted.
Sending you an email about the knapsack.
Thanks for sharing this research. Iowa has a jacket in their collection that is similiar style that was picked up by a member of the 4th Iowa Cav in 1864. The 4th Iowa was stationed in western...
There are several pictures of issue shirts either being worn without the top button buttoned or the shirts are collarless (it is suggested that these were modified not issued that way) in Larry...
To answer your question Ross - Yes.
Just a FYI about Illinois, all black powder weapons are considered weapons. If your musket is in a gun sock that will keep you on the right side of the law in Illinois.
Out of staters do not need a FOID card.
This is from the Illinois State police web site. "Non- residents must be legally eligible to possess or acquire firearms and ammunition in their state of...
For the federal service, the manual was INSTRUCTION FOR FIELD ARTILLERY by French, Barry & Hunt. Approved in 1860 John B. Floyd, Sec of War
What are you looking to make?
Hazen orders are explained on page 248 of his book, A NARRATIVE OF MILITARY SERVICE
May 5, 1864
…For the coming campaign, and until further orders, the following will be the organization of...
I know that General Hazen consolidated his Regiments into Battalions before the start of the Atlanta Campaign.
I'd like to 2nd Joe's comments about cups.
Here's a copy of an original that was carried during the war.
Bloodhound is a good chew too.