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"Atlanta Campaign" Jacket 1864 Army of Tennessee

"Atlanta Campaign" Jacket 1864 Army of Tennessee

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Jacket is based on a surviving example directly linked to the Atlanta Campaign of 1864. The jacket was received by a Federal prisoner and is believed to likely to have been a product of either Atlanta or Columbus. 

The original jacket has a four piece body, one piece sleeve and collar, vented cuffs, and a six button front (no buttons survived). The patterning is very similar to that of known jackets that came out of Mississippi in 1862-1863, but given the issuance date, most do not believe it was made in the "Deep South". The jacket is not topstitched, but the felling stitches attaching the body to the lining were driven through all the layers. The result is a crude looking "topstitch" that is similar that seen on Montgomery Depot and some Department of Alabama Jackets. The fabric of the jacket is undyed jean cloth and lined in cotton osanburg (with a large patch pocket).
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