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CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S HAVERSACK OF MAJOR JAMES B. EUSTIS: ON THE STAFFS OF MAGRUDER, JOHNSTON, AND HOOD

CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S HAVERSACK OF MAJOR JAMES B. EUSTIS: ON THE STAFFS OF MAGRUDER, JOHNSTON, AND HOOD

This identified Confederate officer’s haversack is beautifully and boldly inscribed in period brown ink across the underside of its cloth-lined flap: “Major Eustis / A. A. Gen’l / Gen’l J.E.… (846-176). Learn More »

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LEATHER SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1898 HAVERSACK

LEATHER SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1898 HAVERSACK

One piece sling made of bridle leather dyed a dark brown with a tooled line along each edge. Sling has one sliding leather keeper and a narrow brass claw hook on one end. The opposite end is doubled… (1037-234). Learn More »

LEATHER SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1898 HAVERSACK

LEATHER SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1898 HAVERSACK

Brown leather sling in overall very good condition. Strap is approx. 2.00 inches wide at center and tapers as it moves toward each end where it is only 1.25 inches wide. Each end has a brass hook for… (1037-238). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR IMPORTED FRENCH MADE OFFICER’S HAVERSACK

CIVIL WAR IMPORTED FRENCH MADE OFFICER’S HAVERSACK

The metal frames from these haversacks are excavated from Civil War campsites indicating these were popular purchases from military goods dealers, perhaps in part because they could be locked with a… (1043-77). Learn More »


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CIVIL WAR EAGLE POMMEL PRESENTATION SWORD BY PATIENTS AT MOWER GENERAL HOSPITAL TO DR. J.A.C. HANLY, MARCH 20th, 1863

Mower General Hospital, first known as Chestnut Hill Hospital, was one of the largest U.S. General Hospitals. Planned and built in 1862, it opened in early 1863 and could hold 3600 patients. Covering 27 acres the complex included 47 wards and other… (870-613). Learn More »

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