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"North Carolina Cavalry & Artillery, 1861-62"  • Trooper, McIntire's Partisan Rangers - Co C, 4th NC Cavalry (59th State Troops)  • Confederate Volunteers - Co C, 5th NC Cavalry (65th NC Troops)  • Sergeant, Brunswick Artillery - Co K, 2nd NC Artillery (36th NC Troops)

"North Carolina Cavalry & Artillery, 1861-62" • Trooper, McIntire's Partisan Rangers - Co C, 4th NC Cavalry (59th State Troops) • Confederate Volunteers - Co C, 5th NC Cavalry (65th NC Troops) • Sergeant, Brunswick Artillery - Co K, 2nd NC Artillery (36th NC Troops)

Uniform Coat worn by Captain Thomas Pinckney (Charleston, SC), son of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney of Revolutionary War fame. Served in the St. James Mounted Riflemen which was later incorporated into the 4th Regiment, South Carolina Cavalry. Captured at Haw’s Shop, VA in May 1864, Pinckney was among the “Immortal 600,” a group of Confederate prisoners held in a crude stockade in front of Federal fortifications on Morris Island to discourage Confederate artillery fire. Charleston Museum.

Uniform Coat worn by Captain Thomas Pinckney (Charleston, SC), son of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney of Revolutionary War fame. Served in the St. James Mounted Riflemen which was later incorporated into the 4th Regiment, South Carolina Cavalry. Captured at Haw’s Shop, VA in May 1864, Pinckney was among the “Immortal 600,” a group of Confederate prisoners held in a crude stockade in front of Federal fortifications on Morris Island to discourage Confederate artillery fire. Charleston Museum.

Arkansas Mounted Troops & Artillery, 1861-62 • County Troop - Co D, 2nd AR Cav Bn (Phifer's)  • Pulaski Light Battery (Woodruff's)  • Officer, Napoleon Cavalry - Co G, 1st AR Mtd Rifles

Arkansas Mounted Troops & Artillery, 1861-62 • County Troop - Co D, 2nd AR Cav Bn (Phifer's) • Pulaski Light Battery (Woodruff's) • Officer, Napoleon Cavalry - Co G, 1st AR Mtd Rifles

1st Lieutenant, Hampton Legion, and 1st Sergeant, Beaufort Troop, of same, armed with a brace of pistols, black plumes and slouch hats, by Philip Haythornwaite.

1st Lieutenant, Hampton Legion, and 1st Sergeant, Beaufort Troop, of same, armed with a brace of pistols, black plumes and slouch hats, by Philip Haythornwaite.

American Civil War Confederate Soldiers pictures - photos & art pics

General James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart (he used his initials as his first name) Confederate officer Civil War Gettysburg, Pa Library of congress

A stand of grape shot for a 32 pounder cannon, consisting of nine iron balls surrounded by two rings and the top and bottom plate and center bolt.

Civil War - A stand of grape shot for a 32 pounder cannon, consisting of nine iron balls surrounded by two rings and the top and bottom plate and center bolt.

North Carolina State-Issue Uniforms, 1861-64 • Forsyth Grays - Co B, 1 st Bn NC Sharpshooters • Co I, 1st NC Cavalry (9th NC State Troops) • Nat Macon Guards - Co B, 30th NC Troops

ACW- Confederate: "North Carolina State-Issue Uniforms, by Richard Hook.

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