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What Was In The Civil War Soldier's Backpack?

My great-great grandfather marched many miles in the Civil War. He was an infantryman with the 93rd Indiana Volunteers. On his back, he carried all the essentials for a soldier in the field. His pack contained his blanket, tent, plate, cup, and personal items. I wanted to find out what would be in the typical Civil War soldier's backpack. Some videos explain the gear needed by a soldier. You can still buy such things as a reproduction of a Civil War canteen. If you have a Civil War ancestor or are a Civil War re-enactor, check out what I found about a Civil War soldier's gear. Note the backpack and gear on the soldier by the flag. At first the soldiers had tents with side walls and a peaked roof like a house. These proved too weighty to tote around. A later tent looked similar to an Indian teepee (the Sibley tent).


Much easier to carry with you as you marched along. Finally the soldiers were issued a single flap of canvas that would combine with another soldier's flap to make a tent like the one in the picture below. The haversack was separate from the backpack. In this, they kept their food and eating utensils. Did You Watch the Video? The cover of the canteen could be soaked in water and through evaporation would keep the water inside the canteen cooler. I read that many men threw away their heavy and sometimes leaky canteens and used instead their tin cups which were lighter. They used the cups to dip water from streams or a well. They could put it in the fire to cook their coffee. The canteens came in handy for the captured soldiers at the Andersonville Prison. With the 2 parts separated, half of the canteen could serve as a plate or for cooking food when they were able to get a little firewood. The canteen half was also used to dig in the sandy soil to form a small cave for shelter from the grueling southern sun.


Men desperately tried to tunnel out of the stockade and used anything they could, like a canteen half, to dig. The reality was that soldiers of that era didn't have stainless steel, it was not available in those days. The plates would have been of tin at that time. U.S. Army Bed Roll Grey Wool Civil War BlanketThese are 100% wool and must have been pretty itchy to roll up in at night. After marching miles and miles, I guess you were too tired to worry about details like that. Being a soldier wasn't all marching or fighting. Over the winter, troops built huts to hunker down until weather was favorable for troop movement and battles again. They had time for storytelling around the fire, reading, playing cards and letter writing. If you're a Civil War buff or a student needing primary source material for a paper, you'll find the links you need here. There's a wealth of letters, diaries and other hand-written documents from the American Civil War, but it isn't always easy to understand what you are reading.


One of the family treasures is the pocket diary that belonged to my great-great grandfather who survived the Civil War. It's amazing that something so small can be so valuable in terms of the information contained in the pages. It was popular for a soldier to have his photo taken to send back home to his loved ones. Many of these have survived the war and are in museums or private collections. You can find them for sale on eBay but be aware of reproductions and possible scammers if you plan to buy these. The folks back home also had their photos taken so the soldier could carry a picture of his wife or parents with him. Page by the Army Heritage Center Foundation. Civil War Soldiers for Kids! Home of company A of the 5th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, an American Civil War reenactment group This has good photos and explanation of the equipment for soldiers.S.


Please note: you will need to be a member of Craftsy to access this pattern. I think that Rae is such an excellent designer, and being able to sample her work for free is a real treat. It can be hard to find fun baby tights, and even harder to find any that you might want to put a boy in (the benefit being that they feet stay covered, unlike with socks which so often come off). I reckon this could be a super useful pattern which could easily be made from the leftovers from other projects or from unwanted adult garments. 62 - 116 (approx. I really recommend that you click through to see some of the clever variations of shorts and trousers that are possible with this versatile, unisex pattern. You could also go to town mixing and matching fabrics, which could be a really fun way to use up scraps from previous sewing projects. You will need to join their Facebook group to access this pattern.


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