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"In some ways the uniforms of Loyalist units were just as diverse as their Patriot counterparts. In other ways, there was some standardization. Many of the early militia units wore civilian clothes with armbands and cockades used to identify them as pro-Crown forces. On the frontier, the Loyalist who fought with the Indians were identified in Patriot reports as having something white in their hats. Examples from the reports included feathers, cloth and deer tails."
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1 January 1999
Buried History of the American Revolution

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