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Dark green ale bottle. Civil War soldiers drank whisky, wine, rum, cider, beer, stout and ale. Bottles recovered from Little Folly Island (SC) suggest that ale was the most commonly consumed beverage. Charleston Museum

Dark green ale bottle. Civil War soldiers drank whisky, wine, rum, cider, beer, stout and ale. Bottles recovered from Little Folly Island (SC) suggest that ale was the most commonly consumed beverage. Charleston Museum

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Civil War Soda Bottle Dug at Brandy Station P Hall Phil | eBay

Civil War Soda Bottle dug at Brandy Station P. Hall Phil

Civil War Confederate States buttons | Civil-War-Confederate-South-Carolina-State-Seal-Coat-Button-5686

Civil War Confederate South Carolina State Seal Coat Button *5686

Civil War Confederate States buttons | Civil-War-Confederate-South-Carolina-State-Seal-Coat-Button-5686

Civil War Union Eagle Breast Plate - The plate would have been attached to the cartridge box belt slung over a soldier's shoulder

Civil War Union Eagle Breast Plate - The plate would have been attached to the cartridge box belt slung over a soldier's shoulder

Commonly referred to as Ginger Beer Bottles...Two-toned stoneware bottles, they likely held ale. Civil War soldiers drank whisky, wine, rum, cider, beer, stout and ale. Bottles recovered from Little Folly Island (SC) suggest that ale was the most commonly consumed beverage. Charleston Museum

Commonly referred to as Ginger Beer Bottles...Two-toned stoneware bottles, they likely held ale. Civil War soldiers drank whisky, wine, rum, cider, beer, stout and ale. Bottles recovered from Little Folly Island (SC) suggest that ale was the most commonly consumed beverage. Charleston Museum

Artifacts showing the ammo and weapondry of the Civil War is something that is imporant to dicuss and present on.

Artifacts showing the ammo and weapondry of the Civil War is something that is imporant to dicuss and present on.

Pre-Civil War Small Perfume or Shaving Bottle, 'Lebanon' Zouave Soldier,1860

Pre-Civil War Small Perfume or Shaving Bottle, 'Lebanon' Zouave Soldier,1860

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