Camp Randall Quartermaster
Civil War Uniforms
By
John M. Wedeward
The most authentic reproduction Civil War uniforms available.





Making Museum Grade Civil War Uniforms for The National Park Service, Movies, Historical Docunetaries and living historians since 1979

Specializing in Federal Uniforms

Yes I am Still in business making uniforms!!! March 2016

John M. Wedeward
1900 Pleasant View Drive
    Stoughton, Wisconsin  53589
608-873-8503
  jwedeward@gmail.com

John M. Wedeward
    History Degree  - University of Wisconsin
    Master's Degree - History (Civil War History/Studies) - University of Wisconsin              
    MLS (Master's Degree-Library Science) -  University of Wisconsin
    39 graduate credits past 2nd  Master's Degree (United States History)- University of Wisconsin
    Copyright January 1992, all rights reserved
      Last updated: March ,2016
This site was revised for John Wedeward Civil War Uniforms on 7/28/2000 from John Wedeward and Chris Sullivan (Stony Brook Company
Member of The Company of Military Historians
Sons of the American Revolution
Sons of Union Veterans
Member of The Civil War Battlefield Preservation Trust Fund Member of  The National Rifle Association (NRA)
Member:   33d Wisconsin Vol's
                  Hard Head Mess- Citizen's Guard
                  The Old Northwest Vol's
                   5th Kentucky Vol's. (Thomas' Mudsills)

Ancestors:
                   Brigadier General John Fellows, 21st Continential Regiment
                   pvt. John Wedeward, Co A - 42 Illinois Vol Infantry
                  cpl. Arnold Rader, Co. C - 46th Illinois Vol Infantry
                   James W Wedeward - Father, United States Navy- WWII

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The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot ... it can't be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run, and if you do that, you will have enough to pay for something better."
John Ruskin, Author, 1819-1900
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