Great Civil War projects : you can build yourself by Maxine Anderson

By Maxine Anderson

From periscopes to do-it-yourself paper, uniforms to telegraphs, Great Civil warfare initiatives you could construct Yourself explores the Civil warfare period via hands-on construction initiatives and actions utilizing universal family and craft shop goods. precise step by step directions, diagrams, and templates for developing 25 Civil struggle initiatives, mixed with ancient heritage, evidence and anecdotes, and biographies and minutiae, supply children a hands-on method to event the attention-grabbing heritage of 1 of crucial eras in American history.

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You’ll have four long panels to work with. Cut off two of the long panels and put them aside. You’ll need them later. 6. The other 2-sided panel will be the “barn roof ” deckhouse that fold and crease contained the Virginia’s mighty cannons. Crease the sides of the outer panels so the deck house sits securely on top of the hull (see diagrams). Before you tape it to the hull, cut out four small rectangles on each side—these would be where the cannon ports fold and crease again on the original Virginia would be.

3. Staple the peak of the carton (where the spout was) and duct tape over the staples so it is firmly sealed. 4. Duct tape the deck onto the hull, and cover the hull in duct tape (this is your “iron” cladding). 39 Great Civil War Projects cut along dotted lines 5. Cut both ends off the second milk carton, then cut up the length of one side. You’ll have four long panels to work with. Cut off two of the long panels and put them aside. You’ll need them later. 6. The other 2-sided panel will be the “barn roof ” deckhouse that fold and crease contained the Virginia’s mighty cannons.

Some soldiers preferred to cook their food alone, keeping their rations separate. Food distribution was organized by the Commissary Department of both the Confederate and Union armies. The Commissary Department Know Your Slang was responsible for purchasing the food, transporting it to vittles—food or rations the troops, and keeping the food from going bad in the process. Sometimes a herd of cattle would move with the bread basket—stomach army (herded by soldiers or commissary workers), providgrab a root—have dinner ing fresh meat, but most of the time meat was smoked or or a potato salted to keep it from spoiling, and fruits and vegetables were dehydrated.

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