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<I>PICKETT AND HIS MEN </I> BY LASALLE CORBELL PICKETT, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

PICKETT AND HIS MEN BY LASALLE CORBELL PICKETT, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

Second edition published in 1900. First page is signed, “TO DOCTOR J. GEORGE BECK WITH THE KINDEST REGARDS & BEST WISHES OF THE AUTHOR: LaSALLE CORBELL PICKETT”. Book features two lithographs… (B6114). Learn More »

$225.00
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LEE’S LIEUTENANTS - SIGNED 1ST EDITION

LEE’S LIEUTENANTS - SIGNED 1ST EDITION

By Douglas Southall Freeman. By Charles Scribner’s & Sons, New York: 1942-44. 3 vols., first edition [Scribner “A’s”, first volume signed by author. 773 760, 862 pp., ills., maps, [fldg.… (897-82). Learn More »

$150.00
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REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861 - ID’D TO LIEUTENANTS ALEXANDER WILSON AND JAMES BROWN, 118TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861 - ID’D TO LIEUTENANTS ALEXANDER WILSON AND JAMES BROWN, 118TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Published by J G. L. Brown, Printer, Philadelphia, 1861. 559 pp. In blue, blind-stamped buckram, with gilt spine lettering. Owner signatures inscribed on upper title page: [above, in ink] “Lieut… (344-2039). Learn More »

$75.00
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JOURNAL OF A SECESH LADY: THE DIARY OF CATHERINE ANN DEVEREUX EDMONDSTON, 1860-66

JOURNAL OF A SECESH LADY: THE DIARY OF CATHERINE ANN DEVEREUX EDMONDSTON, 1860-66

Edited by James Crabtree and James W. Patton. Published by Division of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC: 1979. Second Printing. Front eps, owner book stamp “R. A. Weaver.”  850 pp., ills.  In… (897-16). Learn More »

$75.00
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RECOLLECTIONS OF A NAVAL LIFE, INCLUDING THE CRUISES OF THE SUMTER AND ALABAMA

RECOLLECTIONS OF A NAVAL LIFE, INCLUDING THE CRUISES OF THE SUMTER AND ALABAMA

By John McIntosh Kell. Published by the Neale Company, Washington: 1900. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”. 307 pp. In tan, blind-stamped, illustrated cloth, 9.25 x 6.25”. Exhibits light… (897-86). Learn More »

$150.00
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SKETCHES OF WAR HISTORY, 1861-65

SKETCHES OF WAR HISTORY, 1861-65

5 volumes. Ohio Commandery, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Edited by W. H. Chamberlain. Published by Robert Clarke Company, Cincinnati: 1888-1903. Three volumes Ex-lib.… (897-78). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN OFFICIAL RECORDS, 3 VOLS.

GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN OFFICIAL RECORDS, 3 VOLS.

Official Records of the Rebellion, Volume 27, Parts 1,2 & 3.  Ex-Library—The Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County [OH]. In black buckram library binding, with gilt spine… (831-15). Learn More »

$150.00
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ORIGINAL COPY OF THE 2ND MARINE DIVISION HISTORY - WORLD WAR TWO

ORIGINAL COPY OF THE 2ND MARINE DIVISION HISTORY - WORLD WAR TWO

Volume is minus the dust jacket but is otherwise in good condition. It meas. approx. 8.75 x 11.25 inches, runs 305 pages and was printed in 1948. Covers are forest green with a gold eagle, globe and… (595-1075). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RIFLES & MUSKETS

CONFEDERATE RIFLES & MUSKETS

By John Murphy and Howard M. Madaus. Published by Graphic Publishers, Newport Beach, CA.: 1996. Deluxe Collector’s Edition, number 79 of 100, signed by both authors, in heavy card, gilt embossed… (831-13). Learn More »

HISTORY OF THE SIXTY SEVENTH INDIANA REGIMENT VOLUNTEERS

HISTORY OF THE SIXTY SEVENTH INDIANA REGIMENT VOLUNTEERS

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-264). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $90.00

HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-FIFTH INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-FIFTH INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-260). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $90.00

HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-258). Learn More »

$245.00
Originally $275.00

MEMORABILIA OF THE MARCHES AND BATTLES OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH REGIMENT OF INDIANA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS

MEMORABILIA OF THE MARCHES AND BATTLES OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH REGIMENT OF INDIANA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS

By Captain E.J. Sherlock. Published by  Gerard-Woody Printing Co., Kansas City, MO., 1896. 432 pp., ills. Tan glazed cloth, 7.75 x 5.5”, w/gilt spine lettering. Exhibits light to moderate cover… (522-257). Learn More »

$135.00
Originally $150.00

HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT OF INDIANA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS

HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT OF INDIANA INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-256). Learn More »

$245.00
Originally $275.00

HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD REGIMENT, INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. [For Three Years With Sherman]

HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD REGIMENT, INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. [For Three Years With Sherman]

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-247). Learn More »

$67.50
Originally $75.00

THE STORY OF THE MARCHES, BATTLES AND INCIDENTS OF THE 36TH REGIMENT INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

THE STORY OF THE MARCHES, BATTLES AND INCIDENTS OF THE 36TH REGIMENT INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-246). Learn More »

$145.00
Originally $160.00

LIFE AND LETTERS OF GENERAL W.H.L. WALLACE

LIFE AND LETTERS OF GENERAL W.H.L. WALLACE

Edited by Isabel Wallace. Published by R.R. Donelley & Sons Company, Chicago: 1909. Front eps inscription: “Candace R. Stramm/ Ottawa/ Ill./// “The Oaks”/ May 21, 1912.” 231 pp., ills.… (522-244). Learn More »

$45.00
Originally $50.00

HISTORY OF THE THIRTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

HISTORY OF THE THIRTY-FIRST REGIMENT OF INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48,568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-242). Learn More »

$155.00
Originally $175.00

HISTORY OF THE FORTY SECOND INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

HISTORY OF THE FORTY SECOND INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

By S.F. Horral, late Captain of Company G, 42nd Indiana Infantry. Donohue & Hennebury, Printers, Chicago, IL: 1892. 283 pp., ills. Blue cloth spine, green card covers, 7.75 x 5.75”, w/gilt spine… (522-241). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $200.00

HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-NINTH REGIMENT INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-NINTH REGIMENT INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-240). Learn More »

$135.00
Originally $150.00


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FANTASTIC CLIPPED POINT BOWIE KNIFE WITH CYPHERS BY THEODOR A. MEYER

Semi-bright blade meas. approx. 9.75 inches long x 1.00 inch wide. Blade has a clipped point with a raised center. Blade surface has light scattered mottling with small amounts of surface pitting in small pockets and some minor scratches. The true… (30-1977). Learn More »

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