Domain: cwartillery.org

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Past Reflections - Civil War Clothing
Apr 29, 2003 ... Children's clothing, during the American Civil War era, was not just the fluff ... Ladies, let us create the perfect outer garment for you, ...
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Civil War Artillery - Weaponry
The Civil War accelerated the technological development of ordnance. Before the War, the typical cannon was a bronze, muzzle-loading smoothbore. ...
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Civil War Artillery - Weaponry
The Civil War accelerated the technological development of ordnance. Before the War, the typical cannon was a bronze, muzzle-loading smoothbore. ...
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Artillery Reenactors - Directory
Hart's Battery (South Carolina, Washington Artillery, Capt. James F. Hart) Hampton's Legion of the Palmetto Battalion Contact: Terry Lewis at ornerysgt@cs. ...
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The Civil War Artillery Page
Oct 31, 2000 ... Only about six percent of the soldiers in the American Civil War were ... From the massed Union batteries at Stones River and Malvern Hill to the ... Basic Terminology; Nomenclature; Common Weapons; Cannon Markings ...
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Artillery Encyclopedia - Brooke Rifles and Smoothbores
... seven-groove rifling with right-hand twist of a unique "triangular" Brooke design. ... Like the early 6.4-inch rifles cast at Tredegar Foundry, the first 28 ... This photo illustrates the method of constructing reinforcing bands for ...
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Artillery Encyclopedia - Parrotts
2.9-inch (10-pounder) Army Parrott rifle, Model of 1861 Nominal length (from ... Some 3.67-inch and 4.2-inch Army Parrott rifles were converted for Navy use ...
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Artillery Encyclopedia - Parrotts
One of the most famous Parrott rifles is the Swamp Angel shown here at Trenton, NJ. Its band was lost when it burst, and its breech was reassembled with ...
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Robert Parker Parrott
Parrott's cannons were distinguished by a single reinforcing band around the breech of the iron tube. His first rifled cannon design, a 10-pounder (2.9-inch ...
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Civil War Artillery - Weaponry
Parrot's largest rifles, the 8-inch and 10-inch, were known as 200- and .... There are several firms manufacturing replicas of Civil War era cannon and ...
 
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