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    How long were they in this location? Well let me be more specific, how long would they have been there at the time you will be portraying?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyd Miles View Post
    How long were they in this location? Well let me be more specific, how long would they have been there at the time you will be portraying?
    I really do not know how long the sailors were assigned to guncrew in the area but Fort Perberton never fell to the doodles.

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    The longer they were there the more elaborate the shelter, such as this set up: http://civilwartalk.com/threads/pete...uarters.74653/
    If you were just there then you might not have anything for shelter but the longer you are there the more you scrounge.
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    Really nice picture! They must have been setup in that area for awhile.
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    Goto Fall Creek Suttlery, they have very nice stuff in tents and flys
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRiddell View Post
    Goto Fall Creek Suttlery, they have very nice stuff in tents and flys
    Thank You, Sir!
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    late of the C.S.S. Ram Arkansas,
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    Jackson, Mississippi

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