Confederate Soldiers

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an old black and white photo of a man in overalls with a hat on
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with sword and two guns] (LOC)
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with sword and two guns] (LOC) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
an old black and white photo of a man with a hat holding a baseball bat
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with rifle musket, revolver, side knife, canteen, and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South!]
Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with rifle musket, revolver, side knife, canteen, and sign reading Jeff Davis and the South
an old photo of two men in uniforms
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[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and unidentified man, possibly brothers] [between 1861 and 1865] 1 photograph : quarter-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; 12 x 10 cm (case) Notes: Title devised by Library staff. Case: Berg, no. 1-35. Use digital images. Original served only by appointment because material requires special handling. For more information see: (www.loc.gov/rr/print/info/617_apptonly.html) Deposit; Tom Liljenquist; 2013; (D067) Purchased from: David D. Finney, 2013...
Ninth Plate Tintype of Reb with Bowie Knife, an anonymous young soldier wearing a course eight-button jacket with tall collar and raised convex state buttons obscured by gilding. He presents a commercially manufactured Bowie knife and wears an unidentified two-piece round belt plate of state militia origin. On the weight of the belt plate and buttons likely an early Confederate although not a single piece of equipment can be positively documented as such. Vintage Photos, Bowie Knife, Military History, Old Pictures, Mississippi, Art Art
Ninth Plate Tintype of Reb with Bowie Knife, an anonymous young soldier wearing a course eight-button jacket with tall collar and raised convex state buttons obscured by gilding. He presents a commercially manufactured Bowie knife and wears an unidentified two-piece round belt plate of state militia origin. On the weight of the belt plate and buttons likely an early Confederate although not a single piece of equipment can be positively documented as such.
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and C.S. oval belt plate with rifle] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr Photos Of Friends, Oval Belt, Cabinet Cards
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and C.S. oval belt plate with rifle] (LOC)
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform and C.S. oval belt plate with rifle] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr
an old photo of two people in formal dress
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with Bowie knife] (LOC)
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform with Bowie knife] [between 1861 and 1865] 1 photograph : sixteenth-plate tintype, hand-colored ; 5.4 x 4.8 cm (case).
1861 Melainotype of a Confederate officer. Plate with embossed Melainotype patent information embossed along bottom edge, unquestionably dating the image to 1861. Officer wears gray frock coat with high standup collar, black flashing on edges of pocket on each breast and the shoulder straps appear to have black centers, possibly denoting North Carolina. Wears rather narrow brimmed slouch hat with one side turned up. Holds five ball pillow pommel sword over his shoulder, the sword dating to circa Ball Pillow, Southern Heritage, Civil Wars, Frock Coat, Band Of Brothers, Slouch Hat
Confederate Soldier Quarter Plate Tintype.... Photography Tintypes | Lot #47554 | Heritage Auctions
1861 Melainotype of a Confederate officer. Plate with embossed Melainotype patent information embossed along bottom edge, unquestionably dating the image to 1861. Officer wears gray frock coat with high standup collar, black flashing on edges of pocket on each breast and the shoulder straps appear to have black centers, possibly denoting North Carolina. Wears rather narrow brimmed slouch hat with one side turned up. Holds five ball pillow pommel sword over his shoulder, the sword dating to circa
Confederate Officer...stiff, isn't he? 19th Century Men, Civil Unrest, Southern Boys, Antique Photography, Unknown Soldier, Early American, Paper Ephemera, Vintage Images
War Between the States Memorabilia Civil War Online Catalog
Confederate Officer...stiff, isn't he?
As the Civil War progressed the image of the Rebel soldier began to shift from the “ragged rebel” look to a well-uniformed Army in the Eastern and Western theaters. In the last 12 months of fighting these Confederate forces were well-uniformed, the best they had ever appeared in terms of consistency, wearing clothing made of imported blue-grey cloth, either manufactured locally or bought read-made under contract from British manufacturers. Lincoln Portrait, Military Art, Abraham Lincoln, 12 Months, Blue Grey
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As the Civil War progressed the image of the Rebel soldier began to shift from the “ragged rebel” look to a well-uniformed Army in the Eastern and Western theaters. In the last 12 months of fighting these Confederate forces were well-uniformed, the best they had ever appeared in terms of consistency, wearing clothing made of imported blue-grey cloth, either manufactured locally or bought read-made under contract from British manufacturers.
an old photo of two men in uniforms
A valentine card to the wife he never saw again: Soldier's heart-breaking love token among treasure trove of Civil War artifacts unearthed from basements and attics
William Henry Taylor (left) and Stephen Stewart (right), members of the 11th Virginia Infantry, American Civil War *Fascinating when I find this photo around the internet. William Taylor is my cousin and the only KNOWN Confederate ancestor I have.
an old black and white photo of a man's face in front of two other men
Colonel William Forbes, 14th Tennessee Infantry
an old photo of a man with a beard and mustache in a gold framed frame
an old photo of a man holding a baseball bat
an old photo of a man sitting in a chair