I don't know for sure. I think blue.
the people that were wearing blue uniforms
Confederates= gray Union= blue
The color(s) of their uniforms were bluish colors.
you can find pictures of the civil war uniforms at ''confederate uniforms.com''
Confederate uniforms in the Civil War (1861-1865) were red.
They were made by women who worked for the civil war.
In general, the Union forces had dark blue uniforms. The Confederate troops wore mostly gray. Both sides had units that wore uniforms that were of other colors.
At the beginning of the US Civil War, some of the the Confederate army uniforms were a butternut color. Grey was introduced as soon as these color uniforms could be produced. The US army already had blue uniforms and remained with that color.
Nevada was on the unions side in the civil war
They are different colors and kind of a different style too. The Union's uniforms were a little bit of a better quality then the Confederate's uiforms, but not by much.
Today's combat uniforms do not have specific colours. Many are camouflaged.
Soldiers wore uniforms during the civil war so that they would know who was the union and confederate.
Washington D.C was the unions capital.
the union won the civil war !
There were growing craft unions during the Civil War for a few reasons. One of these reasons that they needed to have unity.
Most of the standard Federal uniforms were blue, but there were units that wore gray, green, black and even multicolored uniforms with balloon pants and red hats!
After the Civil War
The Unionists wore blue or sky blue uniform. The Confederates wore grey and also, after the early stage of the war, "butternut" uniforms.
Theatrical events where they re-enact Civil War battles with uniforms, weapons and horses.
During the Civil War, the Confederate soldiers wore gray uniforms. The Union solders wore blue uniforms. They were usually called by their uniform color. The uniforms were usually made of wool.
they were made by wood.
Confederates - because of the colour of their uniforms.