Nathan Bedford Forrest's Grave (Memphis TN.)
General Nathan Bedford Forrest's grave site in Memphis Tennessee (CSA)
General Nathen Bedford Forrest (CSA)
A portrait of the General. He was the last to surrender during the Civil War.
Civil War Horse
Notice where the cavalry saber is...not on the riders belt.
Field Desk and folding furniture
Nice example of a feild desk, folding table and camp stool.
This is the design of the Sacared Eagle
This design can be used on lodge coverings, shields, drum heads etc.
Complete with bed, porch and furniture.
Large 2 Wheeled Cart
A sample of a large 2 wheeled cart, drawn by a single horse or ox.
I just like this and think I need one for my Marines.
Mexican 2 Wheeled Cart
A smaller Mexican style cart, drawn by a donkey or burro.
M274 Mule with 105mm Recoilless Rifle
For a future project.
21st Century Toys made an outstanding model of the Command Car. It looked much like this one.
Dodge Power Wagon
Converted from a 21st Century Command Car, this is an excellent example of what the Command car can be turned into.
General example of a covered wagon, typical of the 1800's
Confederate Officer (re-enactors)
A group of confederate re-enactors, taken at Pioneer Village in Ohio.
Covered Wagon Diagram
A nice break down of all the componets of a covered wagon
Civil War Cannon Crew Diagram
A poster of a Civil War cannon crew with cannon and limber
1920's Ford Model "T" C Cab Truck
Used this as reference for my Gangster's Bootlegger's Truck
I don't know who made this but it's a DeSimone model and I want one for my Marines.
Civil War style Lean-To Tent
Tenting during the Civil War took used many styles of tents and materials.
US Army Wagon
A nice looking example of a US Army Supply Wagon
Another example of a covered wagon from the 1800's
Civil War Tent (probably for junior officers or NCO's)
Regular troops didn't have cots to sleep on.
The Mess (outdoor cooking)
Cooking over an open fire with all the hardware needed.
Typical saddle used during and after the Civil War.
Close-up of a McClellan Saddle
A better look at the saddle
Civil War Limber
The limber carried the ammunition for the cannon as well as towing the cannon itself.
Tipis made of canvas and hand painted with many designs.
Union troops posing by a Cannon
Notice how tall the wheels are compared to the troops.