Civil War Cartridge Boxes of the Union Infantryman by: Paul Johnson
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There were four patterns of infantry cartridge boxes used by Union forces during the Civil War. Quoting original Ordnance Department letters, the author describes the development and subsequent pattern changes to these cartridge boxes that were made throughout the rifle-musket percussion era. Using 175+ photographs, Johnson has finally answered many of the questions concerning these cartridge boxes.
USEFUL: Identify any cartridge box used by the Union Infantry. Learn when they were issued and which guns they go with.
QUICK REFERENCE: A handy, illustrated chart on page 324 locates and dates your cartridge box in just a few easy steps.
NEW INFORMATION: This new book tells you the whole story behind these cartridge boxes, with hundreds of close-up photos of the details and markings that count.
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- Width: 7.25 inches
- Height: 10.25 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 2.88 pounds
- Hard Cover