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The Blue and the Grey (and Red and Green and Yellow)

Feb 27 2012
Instructions
Print, Uniforms of the Confederate Army, Harper's Weekly, 1861

Suppose you were fighting in the Civil War and you encountered the uniformed soldiers pictured below while scouting in the woods. Would you consider them friend or foe?

Are the soldiers pictured below from the North or the South?

    Ambrotype, c. 1861, Cowan Auctions


  1. A.

    North

    B.

    South

  2. Ambrotype, Unidentified soldier..., c. 1861-1865, Library of Congress


  3. A.

    North

    B.

    South

  4. Tintype, Unidentified soldier…, c. 1861-1865, Library of Congress


  5. A.

    North

    B.

    South

  6. Ambrotype, Unidentified soldier…, c. 1861-1865, Library of Congress


  7. A.

    North

    B.

    South