I took this picture at The Museum of the Confederacy in Appomattox in 2012. It is Major-General Patrick R. Cleburne’s original frock coat.
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I recently visited the brand new Museum of the Confederacy in Appommatox. Here are some pictures of the Gen Patrick Cleburne frock coat they have exhibited. Also on display is a bridle that belonged to Patrick Cleburne.
The Washington Post announced today that the new Museum of the Confederacy, set to open in late March at Appomattox, will exhibit the coat that Gen Patrick Cleburne wore when he was killed at Franklin. It has never been exhibited before. UPDATE: I checked with the curator at the MOC in Appomattox. The Cleburne coat they […]
One of the must-stops in Franklin for a battlefield site is Cleburne Park. It sits at the corner of Stewart Street and Columbia Pike, just a few blocks south of the Carter House. This small park is the approximate location where Major-General Patrick R. Cleburne was killed. It was formerly the site for a Pizza […]