ARMY BLUE: The Uniform of Uncle Sam's Regulars, 1848-1873
Extensively chronicles the development and evolution of Regular Army officers and enlisted men's uniforms during the mid-19th century, and delineates the difference between official regulations and personal preferences in insignia, headgear, and footwear. Fully illustrated, some in color.
Size: 9¼x12¼ inches
Item #: 3812979
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