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Wildman's Civil War Surplus
"Best Little WAR HOUSE in Kennesaw"
30 Years in the Same Location
Specializing: Civil Ear Relics, Books, Collectables
Memoribilia, Reenactor Supplies, Muskets

2879 So. Main St. Kennesaw, GA 30144 Map
Ph. 770-422-1785
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10:00AM - 5:00PM, Sun. 12:00PM - 5:00PM
www.wildmans-shop.com
www.wildmans-civilwar-surplus.com
Email: info@wildmans-shop.com

Suwanne Sutlery
"Purveyors of Sundry & Military Needs to the Soldier in the Field"
Offering a full line of Authentic Civil War Goods
including: Clothes, Firearms, Brogans, Lady's Dresses, and much more !
3101 208th St. Siloam Road, Lake City Fla. 32024 Map
Ph. 386-963-3654
Orders: 1-800-295-3524 ext. # 00
www.SuwanneeSutler.com
Email: yoursutler@msn.com

Historical Ordnance Works
Thomas J. Bailey
Museum Quality Reproduction &
Restoration of Civil War Era Ordnance

Ph. 770-928-2298
www.historicalordnanceworks.com
Email: TBa6518757@aol.com

Crescent City Sutler Est. 1980
"Museum Quality Built for Field Service"
17810 Hwy. 57 N. Evansville, IN 47725 
Phone & Fax. 812-983-4217
www.crescentcitysutler.com
Email: civilwar@crescentcitysutler.com

Your Sutlery Here!!
Email: Bob Ferris to qualify for listing.
Kennesaw, GA 30144 Map
Ph. 770-427-7583
Hours: Mon.-Fri.. 9:00AM - 5:00PM

www.LocomotiveGeneral.com

Your Sutlery Here!!
Email: Bob Ferris to qualify for listing.
Kennesaw, GA 30144 Map
Ph. 770-427-7583
Hours: Mon.-Fri.. 9:00AM - 5:00PM

www.LocomotiveGeneral.com
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The Museum is the Home of the General and much much more!!
Community Service Events Calendar Historical Focus
Little Genral Cloggers A Long Standing Tradition of Rail Events! E. Warren Clark Saved the General!

Portraits in Gray: A Civil War Photography Exhibition
Guest Curator David Vaughan lends his collection of rare original photographs of Confederate soldiers to help visitors get a glimpse of the men and boys involved in this tragic chapter of American history. July 14 Dec. 31, 2007. This exhibit is a part of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution Affiliation Program Exhibits.
E. Warren Clark
(on Cow Catcher) photographer and lecturer, located the "General" in 1892 on a siding at Vinings,GA. He had the idea of restoring "General" and exhibiting it at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. This led to "General" being on display for over 100 years!
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