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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 »

FOUR YEARS IN SECESSIA: ADVENTURES WITHIN AND BEYOND THE UNION LINES

FOUR YEARS IN SECESSIA: ADVENTURES WITHIN AND BEYOND THE UNION LINES

By Junius Henri Browne, special war correspondent of the New York Tribune. Published by O.D. Case & Company, Hartford, CT, 1865. 450 pp., Ills. Brown glazed cloth, 8.25 x 6”, gilt spine… (804-284). Learn More »

UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY - MINUTES OF THE THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION FLORIDA DIVISION

UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY - MINUTES OF THE THIRTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION FLORIDA DIVISION

Published by the UDC. Printed by Carl W. Hill, Printer, Tampa, 1932. Wraps, 191 pp. Grey cover with blue trim and black spine lettering, 9 x 6”. Exhibits slight soiling of covers, else VG. This… (804-444). Learn More »

THE PARTISAN LEADER

THE PARTISAN LEADER

By Beverly Tucker, of Virginia. “Secretly Printed in Washington [in the year 1836] by Duff Green, for Circulation in the Southern States. But Afterwards Suppressed.” Reprint of the 1836 edition.… (804-109). Learn More »

HISTORY OF THE GREAT WESTERN SANITARY FAIR

HISTORY OF THE GREAT WESTERN SANITARY FAIR

Compiled by the U.S. Sanitary Commission. Published by C.F. Vent & Co, Cincinnati. OH. 578 pp. Green buckram, 9.25 x 6.5”,gilt cover & spine illustration & lettering. Exhibits light wear… (804-214). Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN DEFENDANT. LINCOLN’S MOST INTERESTING LAWSUIT.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN DEFENDANT. LINCOLN’S MOST INTERESTING LAWSUIT.

By William H. Townsend. Published by Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, 1923. Front EPS presentation inscription by author Townsend. 40 pp., facsimile documents. Light blue glazed cloth, 9.5 x 6.5”, with… (804-173). Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND <i>NEW</i> CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENTS

ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND NEW CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENTS

By Bartow A. Ulrich. Published by the Regal Press, Chicago, 1920. 246 pp., ills. Burgundy buckram, 9.25 x 6.25”, with gilt cover & spine trim & lettering. Constitutional study applying… (804-219). Learn More »

SIMON BOLIVAR BUCKNER: BORDERLAND KNIGHT

SIMON BOLIVAR BUCKNER: BORDERLAND KNIGHT

By Arndt M. Stickles. Published by North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1940. Reverse frontispiece presentation “Mrs. Salome Tanner” from friend. 446 pp., ills. Gray glazed cloth, 9.25 x 6.25”.… (804-213). Learn More »

SLEEP AND ITS DERANGEMENTS

SLEEP AND ITS DERANGEMENTS

By William A. Hammond, M.D. Published by J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1869. 318 pp., Burgundy glazed cloth, 7.5 x 5”, with gilt cover & spine lettering. Exhibits light wear at the… (804-570). Learn More »

SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA IN THE SEMINOLE INDIAN ~ CIVIL AND SPANISH-AMERICAN WARS

SOLDIERS OF FLORIDA IN THE SEMINOLE INDIAN ~ CIVIL AND SPANISH-AMERICAN WARS

Prepared and published under the supervision of the Board of State Institutions, May 14, 1903. Printed by Democrat Book and Job Print, Live Oak. 368 pp., tables, appendices. Leather spine, marbled… (804-141). Learn More »

THE LIFE OF ROGER BROOKE TANEY, CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

THE LIFE OF ROGER BROOKE TANEY, CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

By Bernard C. Steiner. Published by Williams & Wilkins Company, Baltimore, 1922.  Author front eps presentation inscription: “Miss Eleanor M___ Johnson/ with grateful regards of/Bernard C.… (804-131). Learn More »

LIBBY LIFE: EXPERIENCES OF A PRISONER OF WAR IN RICHMOND, VA, 1863-64.

LIBBY LIFE: EXPERIENCES OF A PRISONER OF WAR IN RICHMOND, VA, 1863-64.

By Lieut.-Colonel F.F. Cavada, U.S.V.  Published by King & Baird, Philadelphia, 1864. 221 pp., ills. Brown blind-stamped buckram, 7.75 x 5.25”, w/ gilt spine lettering. Very light rubbing at… (804-216). Learn More »

PRISON-LIFE IN THE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE AT RICHMOND, BY A BALL’S BLUFF PRISONER

PRISON-LIFE IN THE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE AT RICHMOND, BY A BALL’S BLUFF PRISONER

By Lieut. Wm. C. Harris, of Col. Baker’s California Regiment. Published by George W. Childs, Philadelphia, PA., 1862. 175 pp. Green buckram, 7.5 x 5.5.”, with gilt spine lettering. Exhibits light… (804-212). Learn More »

LARGE ARMY MEDICAL MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH OF EXCISED HUMERI FROM NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY SOLDIERS

LARGE ARMY MEDICAL MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH OF EXCISED HUMERI FROM NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY SOLDIERS

Image is mounted on a heavy stock paper that meas. approx. 11.00 x 14.00 inches. The view itself meas. approx. 7.50 x 9.75 inches and shows three humeri removed from wounded soldiers. The bones are… (37-303). Learn More »

THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN

THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN

Published by T.B. Peterson & Brothers, Philadelphia, 1864. 187pp. Wraps, with pages mostly uncut. Exhibits light soiling & minor chipping of covers, with the front one detached. Else VG. A… (337-214). Learn More »

$500.00
Originally $750.00


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EARLY WAR U.S. CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, 1840 STYLE, BY SMITH, CRANE AND COMPANY, NEW YORK, 1858 TO 1862

Smith, Crane and Company pieces are scarce. They were only in business from 1858 through 1862, retailing military goods in New York City. Their swords were imported, of German make and likely by Schnitzler and Kirschbaum, though not maker marked.… (870-263). Learn More »

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