2 edition of New England militia uniforms and accoutrements found in the catalog.
New England militia uniforms and accoutrements
John Obed Curtis
Bibliography: p. 101-102.
|Statement||by John Obed Curtis and William H. Guthman.|
|Series||Old Sturbridge Village booklet series,, 30|
|Contributions||Guthman, William H., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||UC483 .C87|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||72178471|
If civilian coats were accepted for use by the new levies, then at least some of the men from the New Jersey militia serving with Maxwell's Brigade wore clothing similar to that illustrated here. Illustration by Donna Neary, from Marko Zlatich, New England Soldiers of the American Revolution (Santa Barbara, CA, ). ’s trade axe. Cover Artwork by leading American Revolutionary War artist Don Troiani. In war and conflict, Europeans had used battle axes and hand held throwing axes for over a thousand years by the time the Americas were colonized [see Tomahawks & Hatches parts 1 & 2 of this series for more detail of this history]. The original iron and later steel hatches were .
Uniforms of the United States Army Last updated Febru The uniforms of the United States Army distinguish soldiers from other service members.U.S. Army uniform designs have historically been influenced by British and French military traditions, as well as contemporary U.S. civilian fashion trends. The two primary uniforms of the modern U.S. Army are the Army . The year was a very confusing one in regards to uniforms. Because of a shortage of blue cloth, coatees made of drab, black, brown, or gray cloth .
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John Obed Curtis filled the gap nicely with his review of uniforms and equipage pertinent to the militia experience in New England, cira Curtis published a pictoral review of militia artifacts in the collection of Old Sturbridge Village.
The collection is very impressive-- uniforms, caps and hats, canteens knapsacks 4/5(1). New England militia uniforms and accoutrements;: A pictorial survey, (Old Sturbridge Village booklet series) [Curtis, John Obed] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
New England militia uniforms and accoutrements;: A pictorial survey, (Old 4/5(1). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
New England militia uniforms and accoutrements by John Obed Curtis,Old Sturbridge Village edition, in English. Get this from a library. New England militia uniforms and accoutrements; a pictorial survey. [John Obed Curtis; William H Guthman] -- A history of the uniforms and their accoutrements of the volunteer militiamen of the early nineteenth century.
New England Militia Uniforms And Accoutrements A Pictorial Survey by Curtis, John Obed; Guthman, William H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. The Company of Fifers & Drummers is a non-profit organization formed in to perpetuate the historical significance and folk traditions of fife and drum music, and to foster the New England militia uniforms and accoutrements book of fellowship among fifers and drummers everywhere.
- Explore thepclark's board "Militia Uniforms and Clothing, War of " on Pinterest. See more ideas about War ofWar, American revolutionary war pins. The Survey of U.S. Army Uniforms, Weapons and Accoutrements is an expanded version of the classes on uniforms, field equipment and small arm given at the Basic Curatorial Methods Training Course held at the U.S.
Army Medical Museum, Fort. The hat, along with other selections from Mr. Guthman's collection, was illustrated in his book ''New England Militia Uniforms and Accoutrements,'' published in by Old Sturbridge Village, the. STURBRIDGE, Mass.
— Old Sturbridge Village will celebrate the role of citizen soldiers in early New England by re-creating a milita muster for “Militia Weekend” from Saturday, Sept. 2, throughAuthor: Journal Inquirer Staff. USA vs. England. USA: Regular Army (blue) supported by Volunteer/Militia Units England: Regular Army (red) Navy and Natives Tribes are not considered; Note: The color break down is consistent with the main narrative compliant color schemes of the involved uniforms.
At the same time, additional digging into uniforms shows that all of these colors were active in any of the. Please see our section on Scottish, Highland and Pipe Band uniforms, doublets and accoutrements.
We also supply Great War (world war one, ww1, wwI) British uniforms, costumes, gear and props for theatre, film, movies, plays, documentary films, ballets, stage productions and museum’s living history reenactions.
New England Militia Uniforms & Accoutrements. By: Curtis & Guthman. Price: $ Fine copy NOTE: THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE FOR SHIPPING IN MID-MAY FOR ABOUT FOUR WEEKS AND AGAIN IN SEPTEMBER FOR TWO WEEKS. View more info.
Add | $ New England Militia Uniforms & Accoutrements. By: Curtis, John & Guthman, William. Price. History. The design of early army uniforms was influenced by both British and French traditions.
One of the first Army-wide regulations, adopted inprescribed blue coats with colored facings to identify a unit's region of origin: New England units wore white facings, southern units wore blue facings, and units from Mid-Atlantic states wore red facings.
Author of March To Massacre, Drums a'beating, trumpets sounding, and New England Militia Uniforms And Accoutrements/5. The period of this musket is circaand so typical of Massachusetts Militia muskets made by various contractors throughout the Commonwealth.
These are usually referred to as New England militia muskets, but we can most likely narrow this one down to being made in Worcester County, Mass.
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Army Weapons, ", "New England Militia Uniforms and Accoutrements, Guns and Other Weapons Don Troiani stands alone. None can match the drama of his battle scenes.
His intimate knowledge of uniforms and weapons makes it impossible for any other living artist to equal the accuracy of his scenes. William H. Guthman, Author/Appraiser on Antiques Roadshow: "March To Massacre", "U.S.
Army Weapons, ", "New England Militia Uniforms and Accoutrements, Guns and Other Weapons Don Troiani stands alone. British accoutrements for Enfield. Thread starter oldreb; Start date there is a book coming out 4th quarter of called "Supplier to the Confederacy: The 22nd New York State Militia was equipped with Enfield rifles and (presumably) Enfield cartridge boxes.
When compared to period canteens pictured elsewhere in New England Militia Uniforms and Accoutrements, there are significant size differences. For example, canteens pictured on pp. 75 - 81 showed diameters ranging from 5 ¾ inches to 7 ½ inches in diameter, while the tin “canteens” illustrated on p.
83 in their own grouping measured 4 ¼.  For a full account of the social factors and legislation that this article draws from, see Arthur J.
Alexander, “Pennsylvania’s Revolutionary Militia,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, (January ),  The only time Pennsylvania seems to have had any sort of basic militia prior to the draft is during the winter months of into Author: Thomas Verenna.Robert’s Notes: Most states usually gave their militia free reign in choosing their buttons and accoutrements for their uniforms.
A lot of Militia Units choose patterns that had their own state’s coat of arms, but the units without the resources to have their own dies cut, had the option of asking the garment maker to request manufacturer.