The 51st regiment, New York & Pennsylvania at Bull Run. American Civil War, Battle of Bull Run in July 1861
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Light horse squadron, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
American uniforms: The Household History of the United States and its people by Edward Eggleston.
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Confederate Uniforms. North Carolina Militia. Reg. Infantry Private. Washington Artillery. Montgomery True Blue. Filed Officer. General Lee.
The Household History of the United States and its people by Edward Eggleston.
Uniforms of Independent Company Organizations. American Revolutionary War. Uniforms of the United States Army 1774 to 1889 by Henry Alexander Ogden.
United States Army and Navy uniforms in 1889.