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Kentucky Volunteers Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey
The soldier from the 7th NY Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 5
Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 1 Gettysburg Battlefield
During the Civil War the Confederacy chose grey uniforms as this was the most common color for Southern militias. However, some volunteer units wore blue ...
Confederates in blue: uniforms of the Washington Artillery, 1858-61
17th Virginia (Alexandria Rifles) Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 1
Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 4 American Civil
Note the similarities between the Kentucky Confederate and this pvt from the 5th Georgia. Both these uniforms are derived from that of the regular army, ...
8th NY Infantry Volunteers Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History Forum ~ All Empires -
Strange Revolutionary War inspired uniforms worn by Connecticut Governor's Foot Guard and the Putnam Phalanx Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History ...
The greyZouave uniform worn by the 11th NY at Bull Run. Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 1
The zouave on the left is from the Confederate 2nd Maryland Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 5
Confederate Blue and Yankee Grey - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 2
Confederate; 17th Regiment Virginia Volunteer Infantry, 1861
Members of the Garibaldi Guard parade past President Lincoln.
An Alabama Confederate wearing what appears to be a variant of the War of 1812 uniform. The tailcoat, blue trousers and shako were still worn as full dress ...
From a distance the uniforms of the Veteran Reserve Corps could appear grey. This unit was made up soldiers no longer fit for frontline service.
Braxton Bragg
On August 2, 1867, 30 members of the 9th Infantry, including many Civil War veterans, held off more than 2,000 Sioux warriors near Fort Phil Kearny, ...
Private Samuel K. Wilson (1841–1865) of the Sturgis Rifles, Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 1862
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Why the South Lost the Civil War - Cover Page: February '99 American History Feature | HistoryNet
39th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, U.S. Volunteers, Regimental Standard. According to at least one
Nathan Bedford Forrest
45TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY REGIMENT, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY (1861 - 1865)
Abraham Lincoln and Civil War Finance
Blue v. Gray Yankee v. rebel Brother v. brother union v. confederate
Kids learn about the hardships of the Civil War at a Virginia camp
Morgan Landscape
William Sherman
On April 16, 1862, the Confederacy—in need of troops to fight in its armies—passed the Conscription Act, the first effective general military draft in ...
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The 19th Tennessee Infantry Reenactors[edit]
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The uniforms for the soldiers of the Civil War are generalized between the blue for the Union and grey for Confederates, but there were many variations ...
Perryville Battle
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Rough Riders
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... the typical colors used by the Confederate quartermaster. This jacket in the regulation cadet gray (imported, dark blue-gray kersey), without facings, ...
Battle of Chickamauga: 21st Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry and Their Colt's Revolving Rifles | HistoryNet
Mapping Confederate Irish Veterans in 20th Century Alabama
Confederates in the Attic : Dispatches from the Unfinished Civil War: Tony Horwitz: 9780679439783: Amazon.com: Books
Here, extras portray Union artillerymen—some of them Southerners grudgingly wearing blue ...
Confederate General Felix K. Zollicoffer
Any attempt to describe the men who made up the Union army and their experiences during the Civil War encounters two major difficulties.
Smith was from Owsley County in the eastern Kentucky mountains. His service records indicate he enlisted at Beatyville, Kentucky, on September 24, 1861, ...
Why the South Lost the Civil War - Cover Page: February '99 American History Feature | HistoryNet
Civil War Veteran's Reunion. From collection C3825 folder 7571 #6.
List of Confederate States Army officers educated at the United States Military Academy - Wikipedia
At this camp, the next generation of reenactors fights the Civil War – and the bugs
Image 55: Confederate veteran and artist, Allen C Redwood captures the essence of the Confederate infantryman this sketch. Slouch hats, shell jackets and ...
This was problematic because the South relied on imports for light blue cloth, and because the dark blue-gray jacket material worn ...
The Blue and the Gray Reunion - 1910. From collection C3825 folder 7571 #7
Major General Don Carlos Buell
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First Battle of Bull Run Kurz & Allison
DRESS REHEARSAL OF COMPANY K, 4TH REGIMENT, GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. (PHOTO COURTESY OF GEORGIA DEPT. OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY)
White Kentuckians were pro-Union and pro-slavery, viewed Confederate generals as traitors | Lexington Herald Leader
10th Maine
Helping Out in Gustav
The charge of the Fenians (wearing green uniforms) under Colonel John O'Neill
Governor Beriah Magoffin
Confederate Boy in the Civil
After Union troops refused to evacuate Fort Sumter, today a National Monument, Confederates opened fire. (Wikipedia)
Image 50: Private David Fenimore Cooper Weller, Company C, 2nd Kentucky Infantry, wore this Columbus, Georgia Depot jacket. The Columbus jacket is perhaps ...
Kentucky Confederates: Secession, Civil War, and the Jackson Purchase
Philip Sheridan
Confederacy
4 The Union & Confederacy in 1861
In focus Director Allen Holubar (right) looks much the picture of health in a photo taken during filming, but became ill and died in late 1923, ...
In the deep woods of Chickamauga Creek, wary Union and Confederate soldiers thrashed the the
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TROUBLED HISTORY: The Vance Monument has been a backdrop to Asheville's history: the scene of protests, rallies, victory parades, festivals, and the subject ...
"My mom would kill me if I was on the other side," confesses 16-year-old Confederate Joseph Lunsford who hails from Kentucky. The young people participating ...
Archive records show Thomas Jackson was apparently sent to Johnson's Island on the mistaken notion that
MANY SLAVE CABINS, LIKE THE BIG HOUSE ON THE PLANTATION, WERE DEPLETED OF THEIR ADULT MALE POPULATION DURING WARTIME. (COLLECTION OF THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL ...
Maj. Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith
Sherman and Hooker
Remembering a forgotten war: Spanish-American conflict puts Hampton Roads on alert - Daily Press
HOLBROOK, MELLEN TAFT (1822-1909). Brigadier general and colonel by brevet; lieutenant colonel, 173rd New York Infantry, Company E. A native of Menden, ...
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List of Confederate monuments and memorials
4 NORTH SOUTH UNION CONFEDERACY BLUE YANKEES GRAY REBELS, SECESS
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Albert Sydney Johnston was charged with maintaining a Confederate defensive line in southern Kentucky and northern Tennessee
"RECRUITING FOR THE WAR." ILLUSTRATION FROM FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER, MARCH 1864. (LC)
PRO-UNION HOMESTEADERS WERE DRIVEN OFF THEIR FARMS IN THE MISSOURI BOOTHEEL BY INVADING CONFEDERATE TROOPS. (FW)