||cannon and other large weapons|
|| knife-like weapon attached to the
front end of a musket or rifle |
||blankets rolled and carried by soldiers, |
containing personal belongings
||Made of leather; a necessity and often scarce|
in the south
||cap, or hat, part of the uniform
of the Civil War Soldier
||tin or wood container on a
strap, used to carry liquid
||a small device used to explode
powder in a musket barrel.
||small box of leather attached to
the belt to hold caps used to fire muskets.
||paper tube which held a bullet and gun powder.
||box made of leather used to hold cartridges.
||group of men fighting from horseback.
||an army was divided into several units|
called corps. Each Union soldier wore a badge
to show which corps he belonged to.
||roving the countryside in search of food,|
sometimes taking it from farmers
||flour, salt and water biscuit that was very hard.|
||small canvas sack used by soldiers to carry their|
||Small sewing kit
||Group of men fighting on foot.|
||four-button woolen or cotton coat worn by Civil
||cap or hat, part of the uniform of the Civil War Soldier
||canvas container strapped to a soldiers|
back, carrying personal belongings.
||muzzle loading gun, fired with cartridge and cap
||wide brimmed hat, sometimes
worn instead of kepi
||cloth or leather used to hold up pants
||cup used to hold water and cook with