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(c. 1861-1865) Soldier in Confederate uniform and LVR kepi

[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and LVR kepi] (LOC) [Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and LVR kepi]: sixth-plate ambrotype, hand-colored; x cm (case).

Great NC History Blog Image of the U.S. Colored Troops from Wilmington, NC

In the Civil War, black regiments fought for the Union Army and sustained massive casualties for their valiant fighting.

As the Civil War progressed the image of the Rebel soldier began to shift from the “ragged rebel” look to a well-uniformed Army in the Eastern and Western theaters. In the last 12 months of fighting these Confederate forces were well-uniformed, the best they had ever appeared in terms of consistency, wearing clothing made of imported blue-grey cloth, either manufactured locally or bought read-made under contract from British manufacturers.

Confederate Soldiers As the Civil War progressed the image of the Rebel soldier began to shift from the “ragged rebel” look to a well-uniformed Army in the Eastern and Western theaters. In the last 12 months of fighting these Confederate forces were.

Accession Number: 1960.265.2c (Museum of Mississippi History Collection)

Uniform coat of Capt. Otis Baker of the Mississippi Infantry Good reference for Butternut color.

Confederate Colonel James Barbour Terrill was killed May 30th 1864 during the Battle of Totopotomoy Creek; he was made Brigadier General posthumously the next day.

Confederate Colonel James Barbour Terrill was killed May 1864 during the Battle of Totopotomoy Creek; he was made Brigadier General posthumously the next day.

Confederate 1/6th Plate Ambrotypes of Alabama Brothers housed together in Double Union Case. The sitter on the left had the foresight to scratch his name – M. Shuttleworth – into the field of his portrait. Professional research reveals him to be Morgan Shuttleworth, Co. “H”, 36th Alabama Infantry. (Continued in comments.)

Confederate 1/6th Plate Ambrotypes of Alabama Brothers housed together in Double Union Case. The sitter on the left had the foresight to scratch his name – M. Shuttleworth – into the field of his portrait. Professional research reveals him to be Morgan Shuttleworth, Co. “H”, 36th Alabama Infantry. (Continued in comments.)

Confederate dead on Matthew's Hill, Bull Run

American Civil War Photos - Soldiers killed during the First Battle of Bull Run, possibly the earliest surviving Civil War photograph to document the dead after a battle, July

CONFEDERATE SOLDIER AMBROTYPE, wearing homespun sweater/battle shirt with gilded buttons. Wears a Colt pistol along with a Sheffield style knife tucked under a Pre-War Eagle plate. 1/6pl. Ambro Collection John M.Mike Hunt.

Very Unique Battle shirt. CONFEDERATE SOLDIER AMBROTYPE, wearing homespun sweater/battle shirt with gilded buttons. Wears a Colt pistol along with a Sheffield style knife tucked under a Pre-War Eagle plate. Ambro Collection John M.

ca. 1861-65, [hand-colored ambrotype portrait of a Confederate soldier in uniform with a cavalry sword and revolver]    via the Library of Congress, Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs

tuesday-johnson: ca. [hand-colored ambrotype portrait of a Confederate soldier in uniform with a cavalry sword and revolver] via the Library of Congress, Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs

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