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    Jim: Be sure and check out this site for some...

    Jim: Be sure and check out this site for some great NC images:https://www.facebook.com/pages/State-Troops-and-Volunteers/321689201335430
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    Yes they do. Some have six (typically) and others...

    Yes they do. Some have six (typically) and others seven. Check out Ben Tart's site for various styles available and the originals they were patterned off: http://www.bnbtart.com/index.html

    Not...
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    Perhaps this link might help:...

    Perhaps this link might help: http://gisby.info/maxfr.htm
  4. Thread: Hunting

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    Confederate artillery Colonel E. Porter Alexander...

    Confederate artillery Colonel E. Porter Alexander was a hard-core hunter and broke away whenever he could to bag game, particularly birds. His servant used to flatten minies and then cut into small...
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    Nice job, Tim. I live only a couple of miles from...

    Nice job, Tim. I live only a couple of miles from the MJ&G factory site and even closer to the Florence armory and other Jamestown gunmakers.
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    Ben Tart has some great civilian sack coats kits...

    Ben Tart has some great civilian sack coats kits and fabrics which I highly recommend: http://www.bnbtart.com/kits.html
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    Actually it is an often overlooked fact that the...

    Actually it is an often overlooked fact that the CS government did differentiate between a summer and winter uniform. QM General A. R. Lawton reported to the Confederate Congress on January 27, 1865:...
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    This description of Confederate clothing/arms in...

    This description of Confederate clothing/arms in 1861 is quite interesting as relates to cotton clothing in general and Eastern KY/Cumberland Gap in particular.

    . . . On the 1st of November 1861...
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    What branch of service?

    What branch of service?
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    Maybe some of this info from will help with your...

    Maybe some of this info from will help with your impression: http://26nc.org/blog/?p=631
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    Following the Cavalry engagement at Haw's Shop,...

    Following the Cavalry engagement at Haw's Shop, VA, May 28, 1864 a Federal (Heavy) artillerist noted: "The blue and the gray lay [dead] side by side, their arms with them. With the Confederates lay...
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    http://sykesregulars.org/equipment/hatchet_pics.ph...

    http://sykesregulars.org/equipment/hatchet_pics.php

    Also on same site, look under Uniform Guidelines/photo Image Studies (right sidebar) for a great view of miscellaneous tools. This is a very...
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    By way of additional documentation, an inspection...

    By way of additional documentation, an inspection report dated May 1864 by Lt. Col. Archer Anderson of the Heavy Artillery Battalions around Richmond (10th, 19th, 1nd 20th VA) had this to say: "Arms:...
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    Smoothbores were in considerable use among the...

    Smoothbores were in considerable use among the Heavy artillery battalions that comprised the Richmond garrison even as late as 1865. They were carried along the retreat and saw use at Sailor's Creek...
  15. The Hampton Legion also received a significant...

    The Hampton Legion also received a significant number of them in the fall of 1863. Additionally, one of the Mississippians (standing, second from left) in A.J. Russell's famous 1863 Fredericksburg RR...
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    Here's a nice example of an original Confederate...

    Here's a nice example of an original Confederate Frock coat with history that is currently for sale: http://www.oldsouthantiques.com/os3166p1.htm
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    Check out some dug originals here:...

    Check out some dug originals here: http://www.relicman.com/plates/zArchivePlateConfederateSnake.htm
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    Some fine examples can be seen here:...

    Some fine examples can be seen here: http://www.relicman.com/plates/zArchivePlateConfederateRectangleSheetBrass.htm
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    Gum blanket and spring cravat also on Hold.

    Gum blanket and spring cravat also on Hold.
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    Mosby hat already on hold pending payment. Thanks...

    Mosby hat already on hold pending payment. Thanks for your interest.
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    Some nice miscellaneous items F/S

    -C&D Jarnagin rubberized ground cloth in very good shape. Not overly soiled and glued edgings generally in good shape. It does have my initials “RW” stenciled in corner (done in the fashion of an...
  22. Knapsack on hold pending funds from an earlier...

    Knapsack on hold pending funds from an earlier buyer. Rich, I will keep you in mind if that deal falls through.
  23. Nice Jarnagin Pre-war Single bag Knapsack

    I have for sale a pre-war single-bag knapsack in very, very good condition that has seen no field use and was used only to store items. Jarnagin made. Because of its age (15+ years) there is some...
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    http://www.cowanauctions.com/auctions/item.aspx?It...

    http://www.cowanauctions.com/auctions/item.aspx?ItemId=63718
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    There is an excellent blog devoted to the Kansas...

    There is an excellent blog devoted to the Kansas redlegs here: http://jayhawkersandredlegs.blogspot.com/

    Conveniently, it begins with a recommended reading list. Have at it.
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