In my best British detective voice: "Ah, the facebook! Confound it, why didn't I think of that!? I wondered if it were still around and here a fine
My monitor is not that big, and the image is fuzzy but...
It looks a lot like the iron nose cap from a M1822 to
They're on Facebook.
The sound of your palm slapping yor forehead was heard all the way to Seattle.
In conjunction with Scott Cummings and the 5th Michigan, the Tanglefoot Mess out of Indiana will be raising a company for the
If you arrive on Thursday or Friday morning, I will give everyone that is interested my award winning guided tour of the Battle of Island # 10 and Siege
Thanks for the information, Tyler. We will post the appeal with our next set of dispatches, which will be sent out later this week.
Civil War Trust Celebrates Another Successful Year for Battlefield Preservation
NATIONAL NONPROFIT LEADS EFFORT TO PRESERVE BATTLEFIELD LAND AS
We have been busy adding vintage military reproduction buckles and plates. These are mostly from the 1980's or early 90's and are high quality, one of a kinds from a local
We are pleased to offer this fine Civil War era fife on the website! Check us out for many other fine products.
What John said. Beyond that sent you a PM.
I'm assuming here that Chris's coat is the least expensive but the larger size. If money is an important consideration go with the 44. A slightly too
Thanks Leland. I am a conundrum with purchasing a sack coat. I have a choice between a CJ Daley(sz 44), Wedeward, and a W&W Co. They only differences