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They are called 'Quaker Guns' because they are made of logs and painted black!
Probably bothe sides used these to decieve the other side into thinking they had more firepower than real guns.
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Brady Civil War Photos
›B-89 Quaker Guns at Confederate Camp.
Source: The National Archives
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