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Camp Douglas confederate prisoners Fort Donelson Henry

Camp Douglas confederate prisoners Fort Donelson Henry

Details from a photograph of Confederate prisoners captured during the Overland Campaign, White House Landing, Virginia, June 1864.

Details from a photograph of Confederate prisoners captured during the Overland Campaign, White House Landing, Virginia, June 1864.

Details from a photograph of Confederate prisoners captured during the Overland Campaign, White House Landing, Virginia, June 1864. Source.

Details from a photograph of Confederate prisoners captured during the Overland Campaign, White House Landing, Virginia, June 1864. Source.

Details from a photograph of Confederate prisoners captured during the Overland Campaign, White House Landing, Virginia, June 1864.

Details from a photograph of Confederate prisoners captured during the Overland Campaign, White House Landing, Virginia, June 1864.

Colorized pic of Union soldiers 1863 [512x405] - Imgur

Colorized pic of Union soldiers 1863 [512x405] - Imgur

I present you , The Boys of the Army of Northern Virginia. 1862 Fredrick , Maryland. (Maryland Campaign)

I present you , The Boys of the Army of Northern Virginia. 1862 Fredrick , Maryland. (Maryland Campaign)

Rare photograph of Union soldiers of the 20th New York State Militia in square formation in Camp Banks in Baltimore, Maryland, 1861.

Rare photograph of Union soldiers of the 20th New York State Militia in square formation in Camp Banks in Baltimore, Maryland, 1861.

PictureJohn B.L. Grizzard, of Hanleiter’s Company, Georgia Light Artillery, The basic cloth is a two-over-one, woolen-cotton jeans; natural white woolen weft; natural white cotton warp; unbleached osnaburg lining in the body; and, polished cotton inside the sleeves. It has a five-button front (brass dome buttons); six-piece body; two-piece sleeves; two-piece collar (inside and out); and, one outside left breast pocket.

PictureJohn B.L. Grizzard, of Hanleiter’s Company, Georgia Light Artillery, The basic cloth is a two-over-one, woolen-cotton jeans; natural white woolen weft; natural white cotton warp; unbleached osnaburg lining in the body; and, polished cotton inside the sleeves. It has a five-button front (brass dome buttons); six-piece body; two-piece sleeves; two-piece collar (inside and out); and, one outside left breast pocket.

Richmond Depot Type 3, cadet gray jacket without provenance. The cuffs have edging, typically associated with the Type 1 jacket.

Richmond Depot Type 3, cadet gray jacket without provenance. The cuffs have edging, typically associated with the Type 1 jacket.

commutation jacket. Louisiana soldiers were certainly fond of trim early in the war.

commutation jacket. Louisiana soldiers were certainly fond of trim early in the war.