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Stan Hutson

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  1. Fort Donelson

    Soldiers killed and wounded at Fort Donelson
  2. Dentures found at Shiloh

  3. Col. John J. Thornton, 6th Mississippi Infantry

  4. 6th Mississippi Infantry flag

  5. HELLO FROM WISCONSIN-- SHILOH STUDY

    https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/47601591/jacob-bowman Yeah I remember years ago when his prints were seemingly all Gburg and Antietam. And I recall that he had a hard time finding good accounts of clothing and etc. for his Shiloh piece, and to his credit he wants his paintings to be authentic, not "what they might have looked like", nor a generic version of Western CS soldiers early war. I doubt he will do any more Western theater, which is sad, but would love to see some.
  6. HELLO FROM WISCONSIN-- SHILOH STUDY

    Pvt. Jacob Bowman, Company D, 14th Illinois Infantry. Some people would say this guy was a "Confederate", with the upside down US buckle and all.
  7. HELLO FROM WISCONSIN-- SHILOH STUDY

    Cool Tom, will look forward to seeing it. It is a crying shame that Troiani only did one Shiloh print. His work is amazing, but I guess the Western Theater was just not his thing. Would love to see him doing a painting with his interpretation of the attack of Gladden's men in Spain Field. I don't have the Troiani "Men of Arkansas" print, but would love to get it.
  8. HELLO FROM WISCONSIN-- SHILOH STUDY

    Ozzy made mention of the 7th Alabama Infantry. 1st Lt. John Dickinson of the 7th Alabama Infantry (57 years old, photo probably taken in or near Pensacola). He is dressed like a Federal officer to the T, blue frock coat and all.
  9. HELLO FROM WISCONSIN-- SHILOH STUDY

    As far as blue uniforms on CS troops. Many people in the SDG know Keith Willingham. He asked me once if i had ever found any images of soldiers, particularly officers, of the 16th Alabama Infantry wearing blue uniforms. It was a point of research interest for Keith, but not of mine, so I am not sure where the account came from that some 16th officers wore blue uniforms (I don't doubt the report, just need to ask Keith for the reference, would love to see it). But, I happened upon this image of 2nd Lt. Goodloe Pride, Company A, 16th Alabama Infantry not too long ago. It sure looks like to me he is wearing a blue frock coat, or a heavily bluish gray. Enough so that either way, if that was being worn, it could be mistaken for a Federal jacket from a distance.
  10. HELLO FROM WISCONSIN-- SHILOH STUDY

    I would agree, I would say either his accent OR the possibility of being seen by someone who knew him and they identified him. I guess he "could" have come clean and said who he was, to some type of CS authorities, for whatever reason (may have been questioned?) But, then again, how many of the men captured at the Hornets Nest would have been interrogated by CS authorities?
  11. Pvt. George Burton Childress, Company K, 31st Alabama Infantry

    On 18 December 1862 a claim was filed based upon his death.
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