|Object Name||Jacket, Shell|
|Description||Single breasted, 9 button front, greenish-brown wool jean homespun cloth with yellow cotton tape piping on the collar, shoulder straps (with forward-facing buttons) and outside pockets, no facings, brown and white cotton flannel plaid lining in the body, off-white cotton drill lining in the sleeves, and Federal Eagle A buttons with backmarks, "CANFIELD BRO. & CO. / BALTIMORE."|
|Owned||Andrew J. Diggs|
|Owner Regiment||5th Virginia Cavalry, Co. F|
|Provenance||Pvt. Andrew Jackson Diggs wore this shell jacket and pants (.561a) during the war. He was wearing the jacket when he was killed in a skirmish at Snickersville, Virginia on June 22, 1863.|
Diggs, Andrew J.