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*FRENCH ZUAVES VIVANDIERE  (sometimes known as "Cantiniéres")~ca.1861 Her uniform is not as colorful as the vivandieres bar in the imperial guard.There was a more legitimate form which women could participate in the war in uniform. Vivandiere.The uniform draws strong paraleler to the maleZuaves uniforms.Vivandieres gained both in northern+southern states, armed with brandy in their small barrels.

*FRENCH ZUAVES VIVANDIERE (sometimes known as "Cantiniéres")~ca.1861 Her uniform is not as colorful as the vivandieres bar in the imperial guard.There was a more legitimate form which women could participate in the war in uniform. Vivandiere.The uniform draws strong paraleler to the maleZuaves uniforms.Vivandieres gained both in northern+southern states, armed with brandy in their small barrels.

In the Swan's Shadow: L'Armee Francaise et ses Cantinieres, late 1850s.

In the Swan's Shadow: L'Armee Francaise et ses Cantinieres, late 1850s.

Believed to be the only known photo of a North Carolina Civil War soldier in uniform with a dog. He is 3rd Lt. Jesse Furgurson, Co. C, 32nd Regiment, North Carolina Troops.

Believed to be the only known photo of a North Carolina Civil War soldier in uniform with a dog. He is 3rd Lt. Jesse Furgurson, Co. C, 32nd Regiment, North Carolina Troops.

Marketenderin, Soldat vom Fuhrwesen und Soldat der Handwerker der Verwaltung

Marketenderin, Soldat vom Fuhrwesen und Soldat der Handwerker der Verwaltung

Kady Brownell (1842 – January 14, 1915) was a vivandière who helped the Union army during the American Civil War. She went with her husband when he joined a Rhode Island regiment. Kady trained with the soldiers. She fought in battle and helped the injured. At the First Battle of Bull Run, she held the flag high even as Confederate bullets were flying

Kady Brownell (1842 – January 14, 1915) was a vivandière who helped the Union army during the American Civil War. She went with her husband when he joined a Rhode Island regiment. Kady trained with the soldiers. She fought in battle and helped the injured. At the First Battle of Bull Run, she held the flag high even as Confederate bullets were flying

The Captain Sally window at St. James Episcopal Church, Richmond, VA honoring Sally Tompkins, nurse and commissioned Captain in the Confederate Army.

The Captain Sally window at St. James Episcopal Church, Richmond, VA honoring Sally Tompkins, nurse and commissioned Captain in the Confederate Army.

Hand-coloured lithograph- unknown artist. French,1850-1870 Though the rule vivandières had to be the wives of soldiers in their regiments wasn't always strictly enforced. Vivandières & cantinières were frequently used as advertising images by major companies, suggesting that their image was thoroughly positive & wholesome. They often headed the columns on parade & marches, suggesting that far from being a dirty secret, they were valued, celebrated & esteemed by their associated military…

Hand-coloured lithograph- unknown artist. French,1850-1870 Though the rule vivandières had to be the wives of soldiers in their regiments wasn't always strictly enforced. Vivandières & cantinières were frequently used as advertising images by major companies, suggesting that their image was thoroughly positive & wholesome. They often headed the columns on parade & marches, suggesting that far from being a dirty secret, they were valued, celebrated & esteemed by their associated military…

MARIE TEPE aka "French Mary" (served  with the 114th Pennsylvania Volunteers during the Civil War, received a bullet wound to the ankle, received the coveted Kearny Cross for her bravery)

MARIE TEPE aka "French Mary" (served with the 114th Pennsylvania Volunteers during the Civil War, received a bullet wound to the ankle, received the coveted Kearny Cross for her bravery)

Woman soldier of the Red Army Russia Great Patriotic War 1941

Woman soldier of the Red Army Russia Great Patriotic War 1941

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