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Introduction The New Technology Imported Arms U.S. Commission on Ordnance and Ordnance Stores Innovations in Technology New Technology Inside Contract System Outside Contract System Inspection Labor Costs Politics and Arms The U.S. Model 1861 Rifle-Musket The U.S. Armory at Springfield Interchangeability Making the rifle-muskets Amoskeag Manufacturing Company Colt Revolving Rifles Eagleville John P. Lindsay William Mason James Mowry William Muir James Mulholland Norris & Clement Norwich Arms Company Parker's Snow & Company Providence Tool Company E. Remington & Sons Edward Robinson Sarson & Roberts (New York) Savage Revolving Firearms Company Casper D. Schubarth Hodge & Burt (Trenton) W.W. Welch Eli Whitney, Jr. Good and Serviceable Arms Federal Civil War Contracts Whitney Plymouth Navy rifle Whitney Enfields Lamson, Goodnow & Yale Voided and Unfilled Contracts F. L Bodine J. B. Butterfield A. K. Eaton Green Kendrick T. Robinson Rogers Rogers, Spencer & Company W.A. Wheeler Robert Essler & C.H. Williams Alfred Jenks (Bridesburg) Other Rifles and Muskets Civil War Era Conversions Conversions and Alterations Jesse Butterfield Hewes & Phillips Undner System Merrill System Other Civil War Era Rifles and Muskets John S. Adams Allen & Wheelock Charles H. Ballard James Durrell Greene The Henry Rifle J. Henry & Son Benjamin F. Joslyn John H. Krider Henry Eicholtz Leman Adam Frederick Lins George Schalk Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Co. Spencer Rifle Company Cottage Industry Production Orison Blunt John P. Moore's Sons P. S. Justice Bibliography Index