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The bloodied coat of Lt. Col. Thomas Ruffin of Johnston County, worn when he was mortally wounded in battle in Virginia Oct. 15, 1863, During a live webcast September 10 from the N.C. Museum of History, you can get a behind-the-scenes look at a working textile conservation lab and see some of techniques Myers uses to conserve Civil War uniforms. An Internet connection is all that is required to participate. To register, simply fill out the form at http://www.ncdcr.gov/CivilWarTextiles.

The bloodied coat of Lt. Col. Thomas Ruffin of Johnston County, worn when he was mortally wounded in battle in Virginia Oct. 15, 1863, During a live webcast September 10 from the N.C. Museum of History, you can get a behind-the-scenes look at a working textile conservation lab and see some of techniques Myers uses to conserve Civil War uniforms. An Internet connection is all that is required to participate. To register, simply fill out the form at http://www.ncdcr.gov/CivilWarTextiles.

CONFEDERATE STAFF, BLUE-GREY WOOL, BUFF PIPING, BRIGADIER GENERAL'S BUTTON GROUPING, SLEEVE BRAID AND COLLAR INSIGNIA. BUTTONS - CONFEDERATE STAFF, RED SILK SASH, WORN BY MAJ. GEN. ROBERT F. HOKE, NC STATE TROOPS.  NC Museum of History

CONFEDERATE STAFF, BLUE-GREY WOOL, BUFF PIPING, BRIGADIER GENERAL'S BUTTON GROUPING, SLEEVE BRAID AND COLLAR INSIGNIA. BUTTONS - CONFEDERATE STAFF, RED SILK SASH, WORN BY MAJ. GEN. ROBERT F. HOKE, NC STATE TROOPS. NC Museum of History

An American sailor passionately kisses a nurse as thousands jam into Times Square to celebrate the long-awaited victory over Japan in World War II.

An American sailor passionately kisses a nurse as thousands jam into Times Square to celebrate the long-awaited victory over Japan in World War II.

CSA uniform coat of Major William G. Poole  Major Poole was a veteran of the 1st Florida Infantry; an adjutant on General William Hardee's staff; and finally served as an adjutant to Brig. General William Miller at the Battle of Natural Bridge in March 1865. This coat bears federal-pattern staff officer's buttons, which commonly were worn by Confederate officers. The blue-gray shade of the uniform is called "cadet gray" and was similar to the color of dress uniforms worn by cadets at West…

CSA uniform coat of Major William G. Poole Major Poole was a veteran of the 1st Florida Infantry; an adjutant on General William Hardee's staff; and finally served as an adjutant to Brig. General William Miller at the Battle of Natural Bridge in March 1865. This coat bears federal-pattern staff officer's buttons, which commonly were worn by Confederate officers. The blue-gray shade of the uniform is called "cadet gray" and was similar to the color of dress uniforms worn by cadets at West…

Superb CSA Lieutenant Colonel of Staff officer's regulation frock coat and sash. Two 1 ½" five pointed stars are affixed to each side of the collar.

Superb CSA Lieutenant Colonel of Staff officer's regulation frock coat and sash. Two 1 ½" five pointed stars are affixed to each side of the collar.

This is a printable history timeline poster covering the main events in the history of the American West    Two files included - one for printing on A3 paper and one for printing on A4 paper    No waiting for delivery simply purchase, download and print

This is a printable history timeline poster covering the main events in the history of the American West Two files included - one for printing on A3 paper and one for printing on A4 paper No waiting for delivery simply purchase, download and print

Confederate General's Frock Coat of Gen. Robert E. Lee as displayed by the Museum of the Confederacy. The Museum states this Frock Coat was the one that Lee wore to surrender negotiations at Appomattox in the parlor of the house owned by Wilmer McLean on the afternoon of April 9, 1865. Double breasted, made with English wool broadcloth. Four rows of gold bullion quatrefoil on each sleeve and General insignia of three stars encircled by a wreath on each side of collar.

Confederate General's Frock Coat of Gen. Robert E. Lee as displayed by the Museum of the Confederacy. The Museum states this Frock Coat was the one that Lee wore to surrender negotiations at Appomattox in the parlor of the house owned by Wilmer McLean on the afternoon of April 9, 1865. Double breasted, made with English wool broadcloth. Four rows of gold bullion quatrefoil on each sleeve and General insignia of three stars encircled by a wreath on each side of collar.