Civil War Uniforms Online Exhibit

Uniforms of U.S. Volunteers and State Militia (Bottom Row)

Part of a larger black-and-white illustration, this section shows four Civil War (Union) soldiers with backpacks conversing in front of a tent. Each soldier illustrates a different regimental uniform.

Enlarged view of the left section of the bottom row of Union soldiers, showing uniforms of the Second New York State Militia, First Michigan, Thirteenth Brooklyn and Twelfth New York.

Part of a larger black-and-white illustration, this section shows several Civil War (Union) soldiers from different regiments gathered at camp, illustrating seven different uniforms.

Enlarged view of the middle section of the bottom row of Union soldiers, showing uniforms of Marine Artillery, Rhode Island; New York 55th Zouve Corps; First Pennsylvania; Massachusetts Sixth; Eighth Massachusetts; 71st New York; and New Jersey State Militia.

Part of a larger black-and-white illustration, this section shows four Civil War (Union) soldiers, three standing and one seated, illustrating two different uniforms.

Enlarged view of the right section of the bottom row of Union soldiers, showing uniforms of the First Rhode Island and the Fifth New York German Rifles (45th New York Infantry).

Source: Enlarged views of an illustration of various Union uniforms from Harper's Weekly, August 31, 1861, page 552-553.

Last Updated: August 10, 2011