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RICHMOND PRISONS 1861-62, COMPILED FROM ORIGINAL RECORDS KEPT BY THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT

RICHMOND PRISONS 1861-62, COMPILED FROM ORIGINAL RECORDS KEPT BY THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT

Journals Kept By Union Prisoners, Together with the name, rank, company regiment and state of the four thousand who were confined there. By William H. Jeffrey. Published by the St. Johnsbury… (897-49). Learn More »

LIFE WITH THE 49TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS

LIFE WITH THE 49TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS

By Henry T. Johns. Published for Author, Pittsfield, Mass: 1864. 391 pp., ills. In green blind-stamped buckram, 7.5 x 5.25”, w/gilt ills. Cover and spine lettering. Exhibits moderate wear at the… (344-2684). Learn More »

REPORT OF THE RECRUITING COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE ENROLLED OF WATERTOWN, MASS.

REPORT OF THE RECRUITING COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE ENROLLED OF WATERTOWN, MASS.

To fill the Quota of the Town, under the call of the president, July, 1864, for five hundred thousand men.  Published  by the Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, Boston, 1864. 22 pp. Beige wraps,… (804-526). Learn More »

BATTLES AND BIOGRAPHIES OF MISSOURIANS/ OR THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD OF OUR STATE

BATTLES AND BIOGRAPHIES OF MISSOURIANS/ OR THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD OF OUR STATE

By W. L. Webb. Kansas City, Mo. Hudson-Kimberly Pub. Co. 1900. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”.  404 pp., ills. In brown glazed cloth, 8 x 6”, with gilt spine lettering. Exhibits… (897-51). Learn More »

BELLE OF THE FIFTIES, MEMOIRS OF MRS. CLAY [VIRGINIA CLAY CLOPTON] OF ALABAMA

BELLE OF THE FIFTIES, MEMOIRS OF MRS. CLAY [VIRGINIA CLAY CLOPTON] OF ALABAMA

Put into narrative form by Ada Sterling. Published by Doubleday, Page & Company, New York: 1905. Ex-library. Front eps, owner book plate. 388 pp., ills., plates. In black leather, 8.75 x 6”,… (897-12B). Learn More »

THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION AND ITS PRO-SLAVERY COMPROMISES, OR, Extracts from the Madison Papers…

THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION AND ITS PRO-SLAVERY COMPROMISES, OR, Extracts from the Madison Papers…

Selected by Wendell Phillips. Published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, New York: 1856. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”.  208 pp. Brown blind stamped  glazed cloth,  7.875 x… (897-13A). Learn More »

1889 VOLUME FROM THE LIBRARY OF GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS

1889 VOLUME FROM THE LIBRARY OF GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS

This is an 1889 copy of “DIGEST AND MANUAL OF THE RULES AND PRACTICE OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.” Volume meas. approx. 6.00 x 8.00 inches and runs approx. 596 pages. Volume is hardcover with… (453-41). Learn More »

1877 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL COURT MANUAL

1877 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL COURT MANUAL

Front cover has gold embossed state emblem and title. Spine has gold embossed title and year. Light wear to covers. Moderate wear to cover edges. Book runs 411 pages. Book contains the rules and… (172-2190). Learn More »

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1844 COPY OF THE HISTORY OF BERKS & LEBANON COUNTIES PENNSYLVANIA

1844 COPY OF THE HISTORY OF BERKS & LEBANON COUNTIES PENNSYLVANIA

Volume is bound in brown leather that is worn at the corners and edges. Boards show some chips at crease of spine and minor separations. Ribbed spine has red leather panel near top with title embossed… (344-2114). Learn More »

SOLDIERS' SOLDIERS' NATIONAL CEMETERY PROCEEDINGS

SOLDIERS' SOLDIERS' NATIONAL CEMETERY PROCEEDINGS

Fourth annual report of the commissioners composing the board of managers of the Soldiers' National Cemetery, for the fiscal year, ending November 30, 1867. 5.5" x 8.75", 16 pages. In good… (453-38). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 1880’S COPY OF THE VERY RARE AMES SWORD COMPANY CATALOG

ORIGINAL 1880’S COPY OF THE VERY RARE AMES SWORD COMPANY CATALOG

Single leather bound volume is in excellent condition. It meas. approx. 7.00 x 10.00 inches and runs approx. 368 pages and contains hundreds of illustrations. The brown leather covers are embossed in… (344-2325). Learn More »

1884 COPY OF “GREGG’S CAVALRY FIGHT AT GETTYSBURG”

1884 COPY OF “GREGG’S CAVALRY FIGHT AT GETTYSBURG”

Volume is paper bound and meas. approx. 7.50 x 10.25 inches and runs 29 pages. The pamphlet was written by William Brooke-Rawle and published in 1884. Covers are light blue paper with title printed in… (890-32). Learn More »

THE ACME HAVERSACK OF SONG AND ELOQUENCE

THE ACME HAVERSACK OF SONG AND ELOQUENCE

This is volume 2, number 3, dated July 1888. This booklet is a Gettysburg souvenir and also a guide to the battlefield. Pages are filled with songs and battle narratives. Booklet is 5.25" x 6.75"… (B5652). Learn More »

THIRD CORPS AND SICKLES AT GETTYSBURG

THIRD CORPS AND SICKLES AT GETTYSBURG

Title page reads: "The Third Corps and Sickles at Gettysburg. An Address delivered before the "Third Army Corps Union" on the twenty-fourth anniversary of their first battle as a Corps… (B5637). Learn More »

REBELS IN THE MAKING: PLANTERS' CONVENTIONS AND SOUTHERN PROPAGANDA

REBELS IN THE MAKING: PLANTERS' CONVENTIONS AND SOUTHERN PROPAGANDA

By Weymouth Jordan. Confederate Centennial Studies Number Seven. Tuscaloosa, AL: Confederate Publishing Company, Inc., 1958. Gray wraps, 135pp.. Fine scholarly essay, in fine condition. Attractive… (460-103). Learn More »

THE DIPLOMACY OF THE CONFEDERATE CABINET OF RICHMOND AND ITS AGENTS ABROAD: BEING MEMORANDUM NOTES TAKEN IN PARIS DURING THE REBELLION OF THE SOUTHERN STATES

THE DIPLOMACY OF THE CONFEDERATE CABINET OF RICHMOND AND ITS AGENTS ABROAD: BEING MEMORANDUM NOTES TAKEN IN PARIS DURING THE REBELLION OF THE SOUTHERN STATES

By Paul Pecquet Du Bellet, Edited with an Introduction by Wm. Stanley Hoole. Confederate Centennial Studies Number Twenty-three. Tuscaloosa, AL: Confederate Publishing Company, Inc., 1963. 130pp., in… (460-89). Learn More »

NATIONAL GUARD MANUAL, STEPHEN R. PINCKNEY, 1863 WITH PRESENTATION FROM ONE SOLDIER TO ANOTHER – 75TH NEW  YORK INFANTRY

NATIONAL GUARD MANUAL, STEPHEN R. PINCKNEY, 1863 WITH PRESENTATION FROM ONE SOLDIER TO ANOTHER – 75TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

This volume is a first edition which was written by Stephen R. Pinckney and published in 1863. Pinckney was the Major of the 11th Regiment of the New York National Guard. Book has a tan colored cloth… (388-41). Learn More »

1837 POLYGLOTT BIBLE

1837 POLYGLOTT BIBLE

Testament meas. approx. 3.50 x 6.00 inches. Leather binding is worn but in good overall condition. Spine has title in gold with linear decoration. The interior has the title page and first page coming… (801-140). Learn More »

9th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY ORDER BOOKS AND REUNION RIBBONS

9th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY ORDER BOOKS AND REUNION RIBBONS

Set of two order books from the 9th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Companies “C” & “D”. The Clothing Book, used for the years 1861-1864, contains the hand- written records of clothing items that… (112-53). Learn More »

REMINISCENCES OF WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK BY HIS WIFE

REMINISCENCES OF WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK BY HIS WIFE

By Almira Hancock. Published by Charles L. Webster & Co., 1887. 340 pp. ills., marbled edges. Blue glazed cloth [REBOUND], 9.25 X 6”, with gilt spine lettering. Fine condition. Hancock “The… (804-350). Learn More »


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VERY RARE US MODEL 1840 AMES CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD WITH QUILLBACK SOLINGEN BLADE

Very rare Ames with gold washed, quillback, Damascus blade from Solingen. Manufactured: Springfield, MA / Solingen Maker: N.P.Ames Year: C1840s Model: M1840 Size: 33 5/8 inch blade length, 1.18 wide Condition: Excellent+ This is obviously a product… (870-238). Learn More »

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