RICHARD FERRY MILITARY ANTIQUES
OLUSTEE BATTLEFIELD TOUR GUIDE
"FOR THOSE WHO STILL HEAR THE GUNS"
We offer a Battlefield Tour Guide service covering all
aspects of The Battle Of Olustee.
We can custom build a tour to meet your individual needs.
Places of interest are the Olustee Battlefield, Camp
Beauregard, Confederate trench remains, Barber's
Plantation site, Camp Milton site, 10 Mile Station site,
and all points of interest associated with the Federal
Campaign of 1864 in East Florida. Please contact us for
UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY MONUMENT DEDICATED IN 1912
WHERE IT ALL BEGAN
FIRST STAGE OF THE BATTLE
CONFEDERATE EARTHEN WORKS AT OCEAN POND
SITE OF BARBER'S PLANTATION NEAR MACCLENNY
BATTLE FLAG OF THE MILTON
LIGHT ARTILLERY CAPTURED
FEB.8 1864 AT 10 MILE STATION BY
CHARLES C.ATWOOD INDEPENDENT
BATTALION 4TH MASSACHUSETTS
Uniform Frock Coat of
Sergeant Daniel Hayden
7th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry
wounded at Olustee, Florida on February 20, 1864
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Colt Model 1862 Police Revolver, carried by Lieutenant Robert Dempsey of the 7th Connecticut Volunteers. Killed in action February 20, 1864.
Early Eagle Head Militia Sword, carried by Lieutenant Thomas P. Costner of Company A, 23rd Georgia Infantry, Killed in action, February 20, 1864.
Uniform coat of captain William Henry Attwood 5th Georgia Cavalry although not at Olustee William Attwood served
in action around Jacksonville shortly after the Battle.
General Finegan's retained copy of his report on the Battle of olustee
General Quincy Adams Gillmore's pocket watch
CONFEDERATE HAVERSACK FROM CONNECTICUT G.A.R. POST CAPTURED AT OLUSTEE BY
MEMBERS OF THE 7TH CONN. INF. OLD INK INSCRIPTION SAYS COL. HAWLEY'S CHARGE
JOHN A. EARL COMPANY M SPECIAL INDEPENDENT BATTALION MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY
WOUNDED AT OLUSTEE 1/6 PLATE AMBROTYPE PHOTOGRAPHER UNKNOWN
SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. ANDREW W. LEONARD BY THE MEN OF CO.K. 54TH
MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
SWORD CARRIED BY LT. ORSON A. BAXTER INDEPENDENT BATTALION
COLT 1849 POCKET MODEL REVOLVER CARRIED BY JOSEPH MARCH BATTERY B
1ST U.S. ARTILLERY. On February 20th 1864 Joseph March was wounded in the head at the
Battle of Olustee