It's what he "has" in the cup Tyler that is important. Sort of looks like Grand pappy with his grand kids. Believe it or not I'm the oldest
Not trying to hijacke this thread. But am I the only one who has noticed that Liechty is the only person in the photo who is civilized enough to drink
I will be honest Adam it hasn't been something that I have ever looked into before.
The accounts that Thomas posted are the first I have ever seen
is there any evidence of soldiers using painted cloth bags to protect personal instruments (banjos, fiddles, etc.)?
Great stuff, Andy.
Here are a few other accounts from Diary of a Dutch Mudsill, David Gould and James B. Kennedy, Ed. Kent State University
This week's entry comes from a letter written by James Pillar of Company B. Pillar's papers are in the collection of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Latest offering of general 21st Wisconsin History. Courtesy of the Wisconsin Historical Society. From E.B. Quiner's Miltary History of Wisconsin, 1866,
Company B has a Facebook group set up. For those who wish to register for Company B, please let me know and I can add you to the group!
Good news in Rockville, MD.
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We still have several of our knit items in stock, including the camps hats, and we will be adding some scarves to a new post here soon.
Greetings fellow patriots, friends, and patrons. The Button Baron is proud to announce our SNOW SALE! We are offering 10% DISCOUNT on all merchandise
You may have noticed by now that the Bully Buys were removed from the front page and the folder was removed from the forums. At this time, we
I have recently determined that the "plate" is probably the bottom to a coffee pot, based on my observations at the Arabia Museum. The item still makes a great plate,