|Object Name||Bolt, Cloth|
|Description||The bolt of cloth is cadet grey wool with an irregularly cut edge, and a smaller fragment of same fabric (.30b). The warp is an orange-tan color, and is believed to be cotton. The weft is gray; it was previously believed to be wool, but may be cotton. Believed twill weave.|
|Dimensions||W-58 L-70 inches|
|Owned||H. W. Henry|
|Owner Regiment||22nd Alabama Infantry, Co. K|
|Made||Textile Mill in Prattville, Alabama, CSA|
An unnamed textile mill in Prattville, Alabama manufactured this bolt of grey cloth to make Confederate uniforms in 1863. Capt. H. W. Henry served in Co. K, 22nd Alabama Infantry.
"Cloth, manufactured at Prattville, Ala., for Alabama soldiers, in 1863."
Henry, H. W.