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Closing notes on the 121st NY

With the exceptions of the regiment having been issued those experimental steel scabbards, and having no tents for the first few months of the units existance, (as they had discarded them in Washington D.C.), most of the uniforms and equipment the 121st had was standard U.S. issue.
After April of 1863, the one thing that would distinquish them from other units was their
red cross symbolizing the 1st Division of the 6th Corps. The men of the "Old Sixth Corps" wore their badges with great pride. And while the 121st was not a charter member of the 6th Corps, it was, however, one of its most prominent regiments.

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