Civil war era facial hair styles

Hair: the styling of society - chertsey museum

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American Facial Hair Throughout History

1. This video shows the history of popular facial hair styles in the USA. 2. Early 1800s - Clean-ShavenIn the early 1800s, American men typically wore their faces clean-shaven. Barbers were commonly black men, who could become independently wealthy and were privy to secrets shared in the barbershop. As racial tensions in the U.S. grew towards the Civil War, white men became less comfortable with the black barbers...

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Best Civil War Beards And Mustaches - Business Insider

Warning! You are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. For security reasons you should upgrade your browser. Please go to Windows Updates and install the latest version.You will be redirected in seconds.You have successfully emailed the post.The Most Epic Beards And Mustaches Of The American Civil WarWe've officially reached the one-week mark of Movember or No Shave November, an annual tradition that calls for men to grow mustaches and/or beards to raise awareness for testicular and prostate cancer.So as both a nod to the month and a way to provide inspiration for all those participating, here are 15 of the most epic Civil War facial hair styles (and the men who rocked them).Which...

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Badass Civil War Beards

This goes out to all of the brave men who fought to keep America united (or for the Confederacy, we don't judge) all while sporting sexy facial hair. Fun FactsTwo fun facts about Joseph Barton Elam:1. His cousin was the lawyer who helped find and free Solomon Northup, the free black man who was kidnapped and who wrote about the experience in 12 Years a Slave.Powell Clayton was a Radical Republican with a radical goatee and mustache.HalfteeI don...

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Sideburns and Sea Service: A History of Facial Hair in the U.S. Navy, Naval Historical Foundation

Every November, men around the world abstain from shaving to raise awareness of men’s health issues.  “ Movember,” or “moustache November,” is now a global sensation, raising millions of dollars for awareness since it began over a decade ago.How does this relate to the United States Navy?  Well, it doesn’t really.  The growing of moustaches and facial hair is however a time-honored tradition in sea service.  Today, the official position of all military branches is the same: no beards.  In some cases, like the United States Navy, moustaches are allowed should they follow correct grooming standards.  According to the current uniform standards today: “Mustaches are authorized but shall be...

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