Allen Pitts is correct. Any photograph of a 6th Georgia trooper would be a snapshot of a moment in time. It would not necessarily reflect the appearance of other soldiers in the regiment. Men would try to look their best when getting their picture taken. Some studios would even provide uniform coats to pose in. My research indicates the 6th Georgia's uniform appearance would be on par with other units in the Army of Tennessee. Issued uniforms would be the norm, but vary in cut and especially in shades of color. The regiment's greatest uniform deficiency occurred in the winter of 1863/1864. Last issued clothing in the summer of 1863, the regiment suffered grievously that winter from the lack of clothing, blankets,and footwear. Your ancestor, Andrew J. Taylor, was wounded at Leet's Tanyard, September, 12, 1863.
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