In this new book, the development of an altogether new uniform for
troops of the United States Army, a few years after the Civil War,
has never been told so well or so comprehensively. In this volume,
the sequel to the author's highly praised Army Blue: The Uniform of
Uncle Sam's Regulars, 1848-1873, John Langellier continues the
story of the evolution of American army uniforms during a critical
period that saw experimentation and innovation finally surmount
conservatism to produce some of the more practically functional and
aesthetically appealing martial clothing in American history. The
breadth of Langellier's research, coupled with his years of
accumulated expertise in the study of historical army uniforms, is
evident throughout, and together make this book the most thorough
and precise accounting the topic has ever received.
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