|Description||Black leather double bag with iron buckles.|
|Owned||unidentified Union soldier (tentative) ; James Evans|
|Owner Regiment||3rd Infantry, South Carolina Volunteers|
|Event||Battle of Bean's Station (tentative)|
Saddlebags used by Dr. James Evans with saddle (0985.10.192), 3rd Infantry, South Carolina Volunteers, Kershaw's Brigade, McLaw's Division.
It is believed, but ultimately not known, that these saddle bags were captured along with the saddle that was captured from Union troops at Bean's Station in Eastern Tennessee in June 1864 [or December 15, 1863, the date of the battle there]. Afterwards used by Dr. James Evans, Surgeon of 3rd South Carolina Infantry, Kershaw's Brigade, McLaw's Division.
unidentified Union soldier (tentative)
Evans, James (1)
items captured by Confederate soldiers (tentative)
items captured from Union soldiers (tentative)
items taken by Confederate soldiers (tentative)
items taken from Union soldiers (tentative)
United States Army (tentative)
Knoxville Campaign (tentative)
Medical equipment & supplies