Jul 17, 2011 · So, it is very possible you could see a mix of saddles in the Civil War. The 1859 McClellan saddle, which is named after General McClellan, who had invented by using part of a Hungarian saddle and a few others, when he came back from overseas as a military observer. I would probably sway to this cut/design above others, as being the standard ...
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New artillery book is at the printer! Click here to find out more info and see a sample copy. During the American Civil War more varieties of artillery projectiles and cannon were used than in any other time in military history.
Many elements of Civil War scholarship are still hotly debated. The facts on this page are based on the soundest information available. The American Civil War was the defining event in our nation's history.
This is a Model 1863 Sharps carbine that's still in its original percussion configuration. One of the most popular Union cavalry carbines of the Civil War, the Sharps went on to serve troops during the Indian Wars, armies in Europe, and a good many were sold to civilians as surplus. The top of barrel is marked "NEW MODEL 1863".
During the American Civil War, he served the Union as a colonel and on February 14, 1865 was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as a brevet brigadier general of volunteers to rank from January 23, 1865. After the war, he unsuccessfully ran for the governorship of Indiana.
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The new update for the American Civil War Mod: Revived is ready for release! We will be revealing the last of the new regiments, as well as new scenes, new props, new weapons, and numerous other changes, fixes, additions and tweaks.
The Civil War was an important time in American history, and it was also a significant factor in the lives of many quilters. Marriage quilts weren't new to the Civil War, but they continued throughout this era. Young women often worked for years constructing quilts to take with them when they started families.