Indian Wars Uniforms

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  • 1870/80’s Cavalry Shirt

    Sometimes referred to as the Custer Shirt, these type of shirts were very popular at the time by civilian and private purchase by the cavalry but was never a regulation shirt for the military. Blue cotton Cavalry Shirt with brass eagle buttons together with braid and piping around the front shield placket.  Also has yellow

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  • M1875 Non-Regulation Officer Blouse

    With the outgoing of the M1872 Officer field blouse and the discontinuation of the black braid down the front of the chest and along with the trim, some officer in the cavalry and army opted to keep the trim on the field house. 100% Wool 100% Cotton lined Internal Slit Pocket Tailored Back 3 Button

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  • M1876 Cavalry Boot

    In 1876 the new pattern cavalry boot was issued in the field taking place of the M1872 the 1876 pattern was to be made rought side out like its predecessor, it was made with a double brass screwed sole until complaints from the field complaining that some of the brass screws would work their way

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  • Non-Regulation 1851 Officer Cavalry Greatcoat

    This is one off Greatcoat Navy Blue wool  Blue wool cape lined in yellow wool Eagle brass buttons and hand sewn button holes Black adjuster belt with brass buttons. 1851 Regulation Officer Greatcoat with a 1880’s cape, lots of examples seen in relic books of these. Also seen examples with a red cape for Artillery

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  • 1876 Regulation Cavalry Overcoat for Enlisted & Officers

    Sky blue double breasted with full cape and yellow lining reaching down to the sleeves, double row of five brass buttons down the front and ten small buttons on the cape.  (Officers may have letter C on the button shield).  An Officer on campaign wore his rank insignia just above the cuff or gauntlet line a

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  • 1876 Regulation Cavalry Overcoat for Enlisted & Officers – Outsized

    Sky blue double breasted with full cape and yellow lining reaching down to the sleeves, double row of five brass buttons down the front and ten small buttons on the cape.  (Officers may have letter C on the button shield).  An Officer on campaign wore his rank insignia just above the cuff or gauntlet line a

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  • 5 Button Fatigue Blouse c1884

    The five button fatigue blouse was the next stage of evolution for the US Army and Cavalry as in 1882 the QM Department had mentioned a desire among soldiers to eliminate all piping from their field coats and shirts.  This blouse was to be standard issue until the Spanish American War apart from a small

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  • 5 Button Fatigue Blouse c1884 – Outsized

    The five button fatigue blouse was the next stage of evolution for the US Army and Cavalry as in 1882 the QM Department had mentioned a desire among soldiers to eliminate all piping from their field coats and shirts.  This blouse was to be standard issue until the Spanish American War apart from a small

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  • Campaign Chevron 1873-1884 Chief Trumpeter

    Between 1860 and 1900 regulations stated that all chevrons were to be worn only on dress and fatigue coats only and never on shirt sleeves. Made out of wool and cotton, shades of yellow may vary

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  • Campaign Chevron 1873-1884 Post Commisary Sergeant

      Between 1860 and 1900 regulations stated that all chevrons were to be worn only on dress and fatigue coats only and never on shirt sleeves. Made out of wool and cotton, shades of yellow may vary

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  • M1876-1884 Cavalry Trousers

    In March the Secretary of War approved and introduced a new style of trousers which was also approved by the troops in the field.  The trousers were to have a strap and buckle on the back finally eliminating the years of adjusting cord, but still retaining the V-Shape slit for comfort.  The pockets were to

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  • Campaign Chevron 1873-1884 Principal Musician

    Between 1860 and 1900 regulations stated that all chevrons were to be worn only on dress and fatigue coats only and never on shirt sleeves. Made out of wool and cotton, shades of yellow may vary

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  • Campaign Chevron 1873-1884 Saddlery Sergeant

    Between 1860 and 1900 regulations stated that all chevrons were to be worn only on dress and fatigue coats only and never on shirt sleeves. Made out of wool and cotton, shades of yellow may vary

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  • Enlisted M1877 Cavalry Non-Regulation Trousers

    In design these trousers were the same pattern as the 1876 though in 1877 the QM department had noticed that uniforms tended to differ in companies in different posts. Also in 1896 a 7th Cavalry Officer Mjr Godfrey described in a letter how troopers under Col. Custer strengthened their trousers by having the garrison tailor

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  • Indian Wars Farrier Chevrons

    M1874 Farrier Horsehoe

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  • Indian Wars Fatigue Blouse c1874-1884

    This fatigue blouse replaced the disastrous pleated fatigue blouse of 1872. Made from Navy Blue wool and yellow cotton piping, fully lined, with brass buttons.    

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  • Indian Wars Fatigue Blouse c1874-1884 – Outsized

    This fatigue blouse replaced the disastrous pleated fatigue blouse of 1872. Made from Navy Blue wool and yellow cotton piping, fully lined, with brass buttons.    

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  • Indian Wars Piped Wool Shirt

    We have made this for the authentic reenactor in very fine 100% wool. The 1882 pullover shirt was an attempt to get back to the old style shirts after the 1881 open front shirts and being reported in the field with general favour with the introduction of two front pockets and rubber buttons and branch

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  • M1876 Officer’s Fatigue Blouse

    This Officer’s blouse succeeded the M1872 Officer’s blouse for all services in the field which had previously had braided loops on the front and cuffs. Made of dark blue fine wool with a tailored back with a short collar.  It has a cotton lining and one inside slip pocket, 5 federal buttons down the front

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  • M1876/84 NCO & Officer Cavalry Trousers

    In March the Secretary of War approved and introduced a new style of trousers which was also approved by the troops in the field.  The trousers were to have a strap and buckle on the back finally eliminating the years of adjusting cord, but still retaining the V-Shape slit for comfort.  The pockets were to

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  • M1876-1884 NCO & Officer US Army Trousers

    In March the Secretary of War approved and introduced a new style of trousers which was also approved by the troops in the field.  The trousers were to have a strap and buckle on the back finally eliminating the years of adjusting cord, but still retaining the V-Shape slit for comfort.  The pockets were to

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  • M1882 Piped Dark Blue Overshirt

    The 1882 pullover shirt was an attempt to get back to the old style shirts after the 1881 open front shirts and being reported in the field with general favour with the introduction of two front pockets and rubber buttons and branch of service piping around the collar, cuffs and pockets Between 1866 and 1886

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  • M1883 Dark Blue Cotton Overshirt

    In April 1883 the modified over shirt was issued to troops in the field but with the lack of branch of service on the collar, cuffs and pocket this was part of the governments drive to abolish all piping from uniforms in the cost cutting effort.  This shirt was still being issued until around  the

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  • M1883 Dark Blue Wool Overshirt

    We have made this for the authentic reenactor in very fine 100% wool. In April 1883 the modified over shirt was issued to troops in the field but with the lack of branch of service on the collar, cuffs and pocket this was part of the governments drive to abolish all piping from uniforms in

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  • Mens Under draws – 52 On Sale

    Cotton Mens Underdraws Please contact us if you require a size which is not listed.  

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  • Western Braces Oatmeal

    Made of Oatmeal, Canvas Effect Elastic with leather ends and metal adjuster. Great for Indian Wars  

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  • Officers & NCO – M1877 Cavalry Non-Regulation Trousers

    In design these trousers were the same pattern as the 1876 though in 1877 the QM department had noticed that uniforms tended to differ in companies in different posts. Also in 1896 a 7th Cavalry Officer Mjr Godfrey described in a letter how troopers under Col. Custer strengthened their trousers by having the garrison tailor

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  • Trouser Braces/Suspenders

    1 1/2 inch wide Canvas and Leather suspenders, with adjustable sliders. Button holes already made to fit onto your trousers. These come in one size Braces were not issued by the Government and were private purchase  

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  • Union Junior Officer Frock Coat 1851-1875

    Navy Blue Wool Frock Coat, fully lined with cotton, with tail pockets and 1 internal pocket. 100% Wool Frock coat 100% Cotton Lined Inside slit pocket Tail Pockets Working Cuff with brass buttons If you do not see  your size, please email us for a quote. Made to Order

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  • Union Senior Officers Sack Coat

    Senior Officers (for captain and above) Double Breasted Sack Coat made out of 16 ounce dark blue wool, lined in black cotton with internal pocket. Has Domed Staff eagle buttons down front and also 3 on each working cuff. Went out of service in 1874 Please remember to choose your chest size in inches when

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  • US Cavalry Shell Jacket

    The shell jacket found its origins during the dashing militia ere and when the Confederates broke away from the Union the government wasted no time to put them into production. The shell jacket was made as a fabric saving measure rather than its make or style and become the standard government issue during the civil war for the confederates. These jackets were made in many different styles and by different depots in the states

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  • Yellow Neckerchiefs

    In the 1850-60’s it had been noted that campaign soldiers in the west were wearing scarves as neckerchiefs to keep from breathing in the dust, or to keep the dust out from under their shirts.  Though the items was never brought up before the cavalry boards before the turn of the 1900’s Neckerchiefs not being

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