Table of contents for U.S. and Confederate arms and armories during the American Civil War / James Biser Whisker.

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The New Technology
Imported Arms
U.S. Commission on Ordnance
and Ordnance Stores
Innovations in Technology
New Technology
Inside Contract System
Outside Contract System
Politics and Arms
The U.S. Model 1861 Rifle-Musket
The U.S. Armory at Springfield
Making the rifle-muskets
Amoskeag Manufacturing Company
Revolving Rifles
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


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Firearms United States History 19th century, Firearms Confederate States of America, United States History Civil War, 1861-1865 Equipment and supplies, Armories United States History 19th century, Armories Confederate States of America History 19th century