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Union Musicans

W Britain Soldier 31204 American Civil War Union Infantry Side Drummer No.

American Civil War Uniforms- The Union and the Confederacy wore different uniforms to distinguish from eachother during the Civil War. The Union typically wore navy blue long frock coats while the Confederates wore grey on frock coats that were a tad shorter.

“ American Civil War Uniforms- The Union and the Confederacy wore different uniforms to distinguish from eachother during the Civil War. The Union typically wore navy blue long frock coats while the Confederates wore grey on frock coats.

Union gun crews were first to employ the 12-pounder Napoleon, but the Confederates soon replicated its versatile design for their own use. (Illustration by Gregory Proch)

Union gun crews were first to employ the Napoleon, but the Confederates soon replicated its versatile design for their own use. (Illustration by Gregory Proch)

14th Brooklyn

Civil War Union Brooklyn Regiment complete set - Made by The Collectors Showcase Military Miniatures and Models. Factory made, hand assembled, painted and boxed in a padded decorative box. Excellent gift for the enthusiast.

Union Standing Ready

-- A Cup of Coffee - Two Federal Infantryman At The Campfire (American Civil War by Britains).

BR31205 -- Union Infantry Bass Drummer No.1

BR31205 -- Union Infantry Bass Drummer No.1

Union General Rawlins Horse Cold Harbor Virginia 1864 5x7 US Civil War Photo

Union General Rawlins Horse Cold Harbor Virginia 1864 US Civil War Photo

CW-003 -- Union Generals Set - McClellan, Chamberlain, Meade & Sherman.

-- A Cup of Coffee - Two Federal Infantryman At The Campfire (American Civil War by Britains).

Union Buford's Cavalry

First Legion - Union Cavalry Toy Soldiers

The Lions of the Hour: VMI cadets at the Battle of New Market-May 15, 1864.  Keith Rocco.  Suffering the combined effect of the Union muskets and artillery's canister rounds, the center of the rebel line, companies from 51st, 30th and 62nd Virginia regiments evaporated. Confederate General Breckinridge made a choice. With the VMI cadets as his only available reserve, he hesitated. "Put the boys in," he commanded at last, "And may God forgive me for the order."

"The Lions of the Hour" painting of Virginia Military Institute cadets at the Battle of New Market, VA on May

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