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  • Homespun Blanket #3
    $139.00 Homespun Blanket #3
    SUPER WARM! 100% wool vintage blanket. It is grayish blend with other colors (typical shoddy of the mid 19th century industrially made blanket) and has black stripes at both ends. Measures 80 inches x 66 inches...

  • Homespun Blanket #4
    $110.00 Homespun Blanket #4
    Vintage homespun wool 2-panel blanket with a seam in the middle. The blanket is tan and blended with different colors yarn and has light greenish stripes at both ends, measures approx. 72 inches x 54 inches, weights near 3...

  • 3x3 hot dipped tin cup
    $23.00 Hot dipped tin cup - 3x3 - Axel Ulrich
    Hot dipped tin cup, 3x3, made by Pennsylvania tinsmith Axel Ulrich.  Great quality that will last a lifetime!  

  • 4x4 Hot dipped tin cup
    $26.00 Hot Dipped Tin Cup - 4x4 - Axel Ulrich
    Excellent reproduction hot dipped in cup by Pennsylvania Tinsmith Axel Ulrich.  Great all around cup that will last for decades!  Measures 4 inches x 4 inches...

  • Hunting Pouch - Handsewn Calf Skin square bottom
    $65.00 Hunting Pouch - Handsewn Calf Skin square bottom
    These hunting pouches are about as close to the originals as you will find, and are perfect for any 18th or 19th century impression that would require a hunting pouch.  These are made from chestnut tanned scraped calf...

  • Reproduction Ira Lindsey Handkerchief
    $18.64 Ira Lindsey, 25th Massachusetts Infantry, Handkerchief
    The original of this handkerchief was carried by Sgt. Ira L. Lindsey of the 25th Massachusetts, and was among the articles collected from him after he was killed during the Battle of Cold Harbor.  It is in the private...

  • Our reproduction John Ettinger handkerchief
    $18.64 John Ettinger 87th PA Handkerchief
    Early on the morning of October 19, 1864, Pvt. John W. Ettinger, Company G, 87th Pennsylvania Infantry, went into battle in what became known as the Battle of Cedar Creek in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.  Ettinger...

  • Joseph Arnold Handkerchief
    $18.65 Joseph Arnold Handkerchief
    This handkerchief marched to the sea with Sherman and smelled of woodsmoke and gunpowder....now you can own this great piece of American Civil War material culture history! Currently in the collection of the Oshkosh Public...

  • Ladies' Work Shoe
    $179.00 Choose Options Ladies' Work Shoe
    We are excited to be now offering a shoe for the ladies.  We are offering these everyday or "work" shoes that are made from waxed flesh black top grain leather and feature a double row pegged sole and stacked leather...

  • Low Quarter Civilian Shoes
    $179.00 Choose Options Low Quarter Civilian Shoes
    South Union Mills is excited to now be offering authentic footwear that is unique and custom made for SUM.  Our first offering is this low quarter civilian shoe, smooth out waxed flesh black leather that is lined with...

  • Reproduction Lt. John Selden Handkerchief
    $18.64 Lt. John Selden Handkerchief
    The original of this handkerchief is in the Selden collection in the Museum of the Confederacy, along with Lt. Selden's frock coat, trousers, shirt, and other items.  Our reproduction is a faithful copy of the original,...

  • Our overalls being worn by David Fowler at the George Murrell home in Park Side, OK
    $129.00 Choose Options Mid-Late 19th Century Overalls
    Workmen of the 19th century are commonly seen in overalls that were worn as outer protection for other clothing and as a working garment.  Our overalls are made with buttoning suspender straps that feature hand sewn...

  • Graphic of reproduction Lt. S. Millet Thompson handkerchief
    $18.64 New Hampshire Handkerchief - Lt. S. Millett Thompson
    We are excited to introduce the newest of our reproduction Civil War handkerchief offerings!  This handkerchief, now in my private collection, belonged to Lt. S. Millet Thompson of the 13th New Hampshire Volunteer...

  • Front cover of magazine
    $4.95 Prairie Farmer Magazine, February 1864 Issue Reprint
    Bringing more material culture of the 19th century to life!  We have reprinted the February 1864 issue of the "Prairie Farmer" magazine!  No more being stuck looking at just Harper's Weekly reprints!  Our...

  • Rubberized rain coat
    $149.00 Choose Options Rubberized Raincoat
    These rubberized rain coats are patterned off original examples and feature a fold down collar and two exterior patch pockets (as seen in original examples).  This coat is not a "copy" of any one rubberized raincoat of...

  • Straw top hats
    $99.00 Choose Options Straw Top Hat
    Introducing our long awaited straw top hats for the distinguished gentleman and farmer.  We are now offering these straw top hats, made in the USA from hand bound wheat straw braid and lined with a goatskin sweatband...

  • Tapered Tin Cup - Made in USA
    $28.00 Tapered Hot Dipped Tin Cup
    This is a great new cup we are carrying that is made of hot dipped tin, right here in the USA.  It is a common shape and pattern of the period and is very similar to those that can be seen in numerous collections and...

  • Tunisian Stripe Scarf
    $59.95 Tunisian Stripe Scarf
    This is a popular period style scarf and this pattern was widely used in the period, being featured in Godey's as well as other sources.  Our reproduction is made from 100% woolen yarns and are being offered in a...

  • U.S.S. Cairo Pressed Tin Mess Pan
    $14.95 U.S.S. Cairo Pressed Tin Mess Pan
    This is a reproduction of an incredibly common item in the 19th century, the tin pan.  Ours is a copy of the pan that was salvaged from the U.S.S. Cairo wreck.  We had the die made specifically to reproduce this...

  • W.C. Wyatt Handkerchief
    $21.95 W.C. Wyatt Handkerchief - AoT Alabama Artillery
    We are exicted to offer our first Army of Tennessee carried handkerchief!!  This handkerchief was carried by W.C. Wyatt of Alabama while he was in the Gid Nelson Light Artillery.  He was wounded during the...