American Infantrymen in cocked hat.
This was the basic uniform of the Contiental Army during the American Revolution. The different states tried to supply their regiments with complete uniforms but judging from the deserter reports of the day, men from the same state would have different colored regimental coats and facings, giving the army a very lively and colorful look when turned out for parade or battle. Enough clothing for the army was obtained from France in 1778 and again in 1780 when the troops from New Hampshire, Massachusettes and Rhode Island had dark blue coats with white facings, those from New York and New Jersey had buff facings, while Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland had scarlet facings. North Carolina and Georgia had dark blue coats and facings with white button hole lace. Coloring information included with the series 41 is for the Delware regiment, Congress' Own regiment and Washington's Guard.
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