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    On Hold pending Payment.

    On Hold pending Payment.
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    WTS: Federal Overcoat sz 46-48

    For Sale, sz 46-48 Federal Foot Overcoat, made by C.D. Jarnigan, a few stains around the inside of the collar and a little dirt but otherwise in excellent shape. Has blue wool flannel lining, very...
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    Thanks Mrs. L. I'm sure those shirts went well...

    Thanks Mrs. L. I'm sure those shirts went well with the Glazed Caps and Linen trousers that were issued with them....

    Will MacDonald
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    Forgive me for bringing up a old thread, but...

    Forgive me for bringing up a old thread, but doing some research recently I've noticed large number of "Hickory" Shirts being issued to C.S. units stationed in Mississippi during the winter of...
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    Cotton duck? The only military clothing I can...

    Cotton duck? The only military clothing I can recall that matches your description would be the 1840's-early 1850's "summer" uniform worn by the U.S. Army out west. Richmond may have made cotton jean...
  6. According to John Billings in Hardtack and...

    According to John Billings in Hardtack and Coffee, the "kepi" or french style cap was pretty popular in 1861-62 as a private purchase item, having something to do with the popularity of Gen....
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    A long list.....

    Hmmm...it's been more than four years since I posted here so I will share what else I have found, looks like my family could have it's own company.



    1. Martin, Newton: Co. L, Palmetto (SC)...
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    How about some hard data? This is from a C.S....

    How about some hard data?

    This is from a C.S. Ordnance report from the 22nd Mississippi Infantry during the first two quarters of 1864:

    Ordnance Stores on hand at end of 1st Qtr 1864

    81...
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    Bump. Asking $130 Shipped.

    Bump. Asking $130 Shipped.
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    Bump. Asking $140

    Bump. Asking $140
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    Bump. Asking $150

    Bump. Asking $150
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    New Handsewn RD II Sz 44

    For Sale:

    Brand new Richmond Depot II Jacket, Sz 44, unknown maker, (I bought this 2nd hand from a gentleman interested in the hobby but never got in the field.) Brown Jean-cloth. All visible...
  13. Jacket at $130

    Jacket at $130
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    The group out of Greenwood? Will MacDonald

    The group out of Greenwood?

    Will MacDonald
  15. Jacket now $140 W.M.

    Jacket now $140

    W.M.
  16. Priced reduced on jacket to 150 shipped. W.M.

    Priced reduced on jacket to 150 shipped.

    W.M.
  17. Trousers and Shirt sold pending payment. W.M.

    Trousers and Shirt sold pending payment.

    W.M.
  18. FS: Early War Federal State Jacket & Shirt, Trousers

    Gents,

    Have two things for sale today:

    1. Early War Federal State Jacket: Very lightly used. Unknown maker, but I'm pretty sure it's made off of a County cloth pattern. Sz 44-46. Made of a dark...
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    I think this would fall under the category of...

    I think this would fall under the category of "Light Duty" men. By 1864 each state was supposed to have men who were unable to perform regular duty but were not bad off enough to be retired formed...
  20. Scabbard sold pending funds. W.M.

    Scabbard sold pending funds.

    W.M.
  21. Haversack sold pending funds. W.M.

    Haversack sold pending funds.

    W.M.
  22. High Quality U.S. Sack Coat, C.S. Gear for sale

    I hate to do this but I need the money. Paypal payments.

    1. Chris Daley Federal Sack Coat: Sz 44. Brand new. Lined. $170 Shipped.
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    I would go see Cumberland Gap. Historic area even...

    I would go see Cumberland Gap. Historic area even before the Civil War.
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    PRICE REDUCED-Shirts

    PRICE REDUCED!!!

    Two shirts cut from a homespun patterns shirt pattern but not put together. One is cut from Family Heirloom Weavers tannish-green cotton jean for use as an overshirt. The other is...
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    From the ordnance records I have seen, it seems...

    From the ordnance records I have seen, it seems like\there were always a few .69 smoothbores in the ranks of the line regiments at any one time. This is a guess on my part but it seems that these...
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