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1852 Confederate Percussion Musket From Monocacy National...
Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland
The Palmetto Armory initially supplied the South Carolina militia before the Civil War, but its muskets later armed many Confederate soldiers.
Canteen Found At Monocacy National Battlefield
Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland
Belonging to Private Marshall H. Downey of the 10th Vermont regiment, this canteen can be identified by the stenciling on the cover. Furthermore, the...
Field Glasses And Case From Monocacy National Battlefield
Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland
These field glasses are typical of ones carried by officers during the Civil War.
Frock Coat Of Union Major General Lew Wallace
Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland
Major General Lew Wallace commanded the Union forces at the Battle of Monocacy on July 9, 1864. While severly outnumbered, Wallace's Union soldiers...
Major General Lew Wallace's Shoulder Straps
Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland
In the United States Army, the two stars on each of the straps represent the rank of Major General. Lew Wallace commanded the Union soldiers at the...
Silver 6th Corps Badge Found At Monocacy National...
Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland
This badge has "Corporal Phillip Cooke of the 151st NY" inscribed on it.
The New York Times, July 11, 1864
Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick, Maryland
Published two days after the Battle of Monocacy, this New York Times paper alerts its readers of the battle and the continued raid on Maryland....
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