Not exactly. A close up of the "tented field" on Morris Island reveals the streets of Company "C," 100th New York State Volunteers, bloodied veterans of two assaults on Battery Wagner. Looking closely at the fellow in the foreground his "SNY" belt plate can be discerned. At least some of the regiment wore "SNYs" into 1864 as documented by recoveries from Fussell's Mill, VA. The fascinating letters of Simon B. Hulbert of Company "E" can be found in "One Battle Too Many," by Richard P. Galloway.