Civil War Uniforms Online Exhibit

Uniforms of the Confederate Army (Bottom Row)

Part of a larger black-and-white illustration, this section shows five Confederate soldiers, one mounted, illustrating five different Confederate uniforms.

Enlarged view of the left section of the top row of Confederate soldiers, showing uniforms of the Volunteer Infantry of Virginia, First Regiment Maryland Line, South Carolina Light Infantry, Hampton Legion, and Rockingham Battery Artillery.

Part of a larger black-and-white illustration, this section shows four Confederate soldiers, three mounted, illustrating four different uniforms.

Enlarged view of the left section of the top row of Confederate soldiers, showing uniforms of the Gentleman of the Road Independent Cavalry; Black Horse Cavalry (Company H, 4th Virginia Cavalry); Dragoon Guards, 14th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry; and Mounted Rifles, North Carolina.

Part of a larger black-and-white illustration, this section shows four Confederate soldiers, one mounted, illustrating four different uniforms.

Enlarged view of the right section of the top row of Confederate soldiers, showing uniforms of the Virginia Cadets, Greyson [Grayson] Dare-devils (Company F, Fourth Virgian Infantry), Kentucky Rifle Brigade and Tennessee Sharp-shooters.

Source: Enlarged views of an illustration of various Confederate uniforms from Harper's Weekly, August 17, 1861, page 520-521.

Last Updated: August 10, 2011