Cavalry Gear

At a Civil War reenactment, a Union cavalry officer displays his gear.The equipment would be worn on the soldiers' backs as they fought and moved throughout the North and South. In the reenactors pack there is a bedroll (top right), canteen (turquoise circle on the bottom left), and rifle (without the bayonet, center).

For more on Union military equipment go to: https://www.battlefields.org/learn/videos/equipment-civil-war

https://www.loc.gov/collections/civil-war/?fa=subject:equipment+%26+supp...

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Walbert, David. Calvary Gear. 2009. Digital Image.

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