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Union General George G. Meade's Slouch Hat

Confederate slouch hat worn by Sgt. William J. McKeage of the 49th Tennessee Infantry. Artifact and image courtesy of the Missouri History Museum, Saint Louis, Missouri.

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2 units both claimed the honor of being designated the "First" Tennessee Infantry Regiment. When one was given the coveted title, the other insisted that if they couldn’t be the lowest numbered regiment, they would be the highest. They asked for, and received, permission to be numbered 154th under the old militia system. The Regiment added the title “Seniors” to designate there early enlistment.

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Regulation Issue 1858 Pattern Fatigue or “Bummer” Cap: The iconic piece of Civil War headgear.

"Pride of the Keystone State : The Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry".

Confederate General Richard Gano

ACW Civil War Units, by R. J. Marrion. Depicting Confederate on top row: 4th Alabama, Hampton's Legion and Washington Artillery of New-Orleans, and Union on second row: 2nd New Hampshire Volunteers, 12th New York State Militia and 1st Rhode Island Detached Militia.

Union Officer's Slouch Hat. Stiched to the front is the badge of the Eleventh Corps, First Division (red) which fought at Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. (Red-First Division of Corps. White-Second Division of Corps. Blue-Third Division of Corps.)