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Civil War Clothing

Union and Confederate Clothing

Brittney King

on 12 May 2010

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Transcript of Civil War Clothing

Confedrate Cavalryman uniform The confederate wore waist length jackets. The ankle-high "Jefferson Boot".If you had a yellow collar, you were known as a cavalryman.They also wore wool underwear! Confederate Artillery Uniform Confederate Navy Uniform Union soldier's uniform The typical uniform of the Confederate soldier was a forage or slouch hat, gray or butternut wool shell jacket, gray, butternut, or blue trousers, and brogans. The surprising thing about these uniforms are that, they're not really diffult because they was not really carring anything. These soldiers were mostly on boat, so that's one reason they didn't have to carry that much. The typical uniform of the Union soldier consisted of a blue forage cap with black leather visor (a Hardee hat is shown here), a dark blue sack coat (flannel), blue wool trousers, and leather brogans. Confederate soldiers usually traveled lighter than their Union counterparts; instead of a knapsack, they typically carried their bedding rolled in their blanket and slung across one shoulder. A red colar could tell if you were an artilleryman.
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