United States uniforms in the Civil War (1861 to 1865).

United, States, uniforms, Civil War, Zouave, Infantry, Major General,
United States uniforms in the Civil War.

United States uniforms in the Civil War (1861 to 1865).

From left: Reg. Cavalry private. Major General. Artillery Line Officer. Duryea’s Zouave (5th New York Veteran Volunteer Infantry Regiment). Hawkins’ Zouaves (9th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment). Reg. Infantry private. Duryeas’s Zouave Line Officer. Campaign Uniform Infantry. Reg. Artillery Private. Infantry Over Coat.

Source: The Household History of the United States and its people by Edward Eggleston. Published in London 1889.

Illustration, Manis, Dasypodidae
Manis Dasypodidae
Note:  Traditional Native American Indian costumes.
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