CONFEDERATE UNIFORM BOOK 1861-1865 HOW THEY LOOKED

THIS BOOK GIVEN A THUMBS-UP BY EVERYONE WHO HAS READ IT! THIS BOOK EXPLAINS, USING CONTEMPORARY DESCRIPTIONS AND DOCUMENTS HOW AND WHY THE CONFEDERATE ARMIES OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE LOOKED AND DRESSED THE WAY THEY DID. 90% NEW INFORMATION ON UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENTS-- TOM ARLISKAS

Brand new book entitled "Cadet Gray and Butternut Brown" by Thomas Arliskas, and published by Thomas Publications, Gettysburg is for sale by the Author. I will personally autograph it for you! - The book follows the Civil War year by year and Battle by Battle using 100's of contemporary descriptions, many never in print before. This book answers how and why the two largest Confederate armies, The Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of Tennessee, looked and dressed the way they did during four long years of war. Includes a multitude of contemporary accounts from newspapers, letters and diaries. A must for every serious student. Confederate uniforms, Civil War uniforms, Confederate Army, Civil War, Confederate States, Provisional Army, Confederate Quartermaster

From the Civil War News-- March, 07'.

Cadet Gray and Butternut Brown by Thomas M. Arliskas. Illustrated, endnotes, softcover 103 pp., 2006. Thomas Publications, 3245 Fairfield Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325 ,
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