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PLEASANT READING FOR OUR SOLDIERS

PLEASANT READING FOR OUR SOLDIERS

Religious and charitable societies devoted energy and money into purchasing or publishing inspirational and wholesome reading material for soldiers in camp or hospital. Many barracks were supplied… (998-664). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED COPY OF THE US ARMY REGULATIONS OF 1861 – LT. COLONEL JAMES DUNCAN GRAHAM

IDENTIFIED COPY OF THE US ARMY REGULATIONS OF 1861 – LT. COLONEL JAMES DUNCAN GRAHAM

Blue cloth bound with gilt blind-stamped spine. Very nice period ink inscription inside the front cover: J.D. Graham Lt. Colonel U.S. Army / Stationed at Detroit, Mich. October 1861. (And below that… (998-602). Learn More »

$225.00
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1862 CONFEDERATE ARMY REGULATIONS, WITH RARE GENERAL ORDER ATTACHED

1862 CONFEDERATE ARMY REGULATIONS, WITH RARE GENERAL ORDER ATTACHED

Richmond, VA: West & Johnson, 1862. 420pp., with forms. Re-bound in gray glazed cloth, measuring 7.5 x 5", with gilt spine lettering. Front eps contains following pencilled explanation of General… (B5956). Learn More »

$750.00
Originally $850.00

1852 MANUAL OF BAYONET EXERCISE BY GEORGE McCLELLAN IDENTIFIED TO 20TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA / 80TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

1852 MANUAL OF BAYONET EXERCISE BY GEORGE McCLELLAN IDENTIFIED TO 20TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA / 80TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

This volume was written by George B. McClellan, and was printed by order of the War Department for use of the United States Army. It is a first edition that was published in Philadelphia in 1852. At… (B4915). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $995.00

IDENTIFIED COPY OF McCLELLAN’S MANUAL OF BAYONET EXERCISE

IDENTIFIED COPY OF McCLELLAN’S MANUAL OF BAYONET EXERCISE

A good copy of McClellan’s bayonet manual identified to Lyman and William Ormsby of New York. Cloth covers, blind-stamped with an American eagle. “Lyman Ormsby / Capt. Co. I 22nd NY Vol” at top… (998-663). Learn More »

G.A.R. JOURNAL OF 1937 NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT IN WISCONSIN

G.A.R. JOURNAL OF 1937 NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT IN WISCONSIN

This is a perfect bound booklet entitled, “Journal of the Seventy-First National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Madison, Wis., September 5 to 10, 1937”.  Book is approximately 6”… (475-234). Learn More »

$25.00
Originally $35.00

JOURNAL OF A SECESH LADY: THE DIARY OF CATHERINE ANN DEVERUEX EDMONDSON

JOURNAL OF A SECESH LADY: THE DIARY OF CATHERINE ANN DEVERUEX EDMONDSON

Edited by Beth Crabtree/ James Patton. Published by the North Carolina Division of Archives & History, Raleigh, 1979. Second Printing. 850 pp., map eps., dj.  In gray glazed cloth. 10.25 x 7.5”… (522-315). Learn More »

$85.00
Originally $95.00

HISTORY OF THE THIRTY-THIRD INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

HISTORY OF THE THIRTY-THIRD INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

By John R. McBride. Published by W.M. Burford, Printer and Binder, 1900. 279 pp. In black glazed cloth, 9 x 6.25”, w/gilt spine lettering. Fine condition, all across the board. This unit was… (522-289). Learn More »

$122.00
Originally $135.00

ORIGINAL 1912 EDITION OF THE HISTORY OF THE 10TH INDIANA INFANTRY

ORIGINAL 1912 EDITION OF THE HISTORY OF THE 10TH INDIANA INFANTRY

Hardcover volume bound in blue cloth with the tile stamped in gold with in a gold bordered box in the upper left hand corner of the front cover. Front cover has a dark stain neat the bottom edge.… (522-284). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $200.00

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 »

$54.00
Originally $60.00

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… (522-239). Learn More »

$108.00
Originally $120.00

SPEECH OF MR. J.S. BARBOUR OF VIRGINIA…ON THE PROPRIETY OF EXCLUDING THE AGENCY OF THE PRESIDENT, IN APPOINTING AND REMOVING THE DISBURSING AND ACCOUNTING OFFICERS OF THE TREASURY DEPT.

SPEECH OF MR. J.S. BARBOUR OF VIRGINIA…ON THE PROPRIETY OF EXCLUDING THE AGENCY OF THE PRESIDENT, IN APPOINTING AND REMOVING THE DISBURSING AND ACCOUNTING OFFICERS OF THE TREASURY DEPT.

(Delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, March 1828). Published by Green & Jarvis, Washington, 1828. Title page presentation inscription, in ink: “Judge McLean with/ my respects/ J.S.… (1000-1632). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE SCHOOL BOOK, “OUR OWN SECOND READER”

RARE CONFEDERATE SCHOOL BOOK, “OUR OWN SECOND READER”

During the war, pro-Southern school books for children were published in the Confederate states. This book contains one hundred lessons. Each has a list of spelling words and a Christian based,… (1000-1620). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE SCHOOL BOOK, “CHAUDRON’S SPELLING BOOK”, 1865

RARE CONFEDERATE SCHOOL BOOK, “CHAUDRON’S SPELLING BOOK”, 1865

During the war, pro-Southern school books for children were published in the Confederate states. Cover and title page read, “CHAUDRON’S SPELLING BOOK, CAREFULLY PREPARED FOR FAMILY AND SCHOOL USE,… (1000-1615). Learn More »

REGULATIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, 1862—ID’D TO LIEUT. EDWIN FESTUS COWHERD, 13TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY

REGULATIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, 1862—ID’D TO LIEUT. EDWIN FESTUS COWHERD, 13TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY

Published by direction of the President—MacFarlane & Ferguson, Printers, Richmond, VA, 1862.  Front eps owner inscription, in pencil—“Lieut. E. F. Cowherd, Adjt. 13th Regt Va. Vols.” 420… (1000-1626). Learn More »

THE [CONFEDERATE] VOLUNTEERS’ HANDBOOK

THE [CONFEDERATE] VOLUNTEERS’ HANDBOOK

By Capt. J.K. Lee, of the First Regiment of Virginia Volunteers. Published by West & Johnson, Richmond, VA, 1861. 96 pp., wraps, w/butternut cloth covers & period paper label taped to front… (1000-1638). Learn More »

PRIMARY BIBLE QUESTIONS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN

PRIMARY BIBLE QUESTIONS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN

By S. Root. Published by Franklin Steam Publishers House, J.J. Toon & Co., Atlanta. GA, 1864. 80 pp., wraps. Butternut cover, 4.5 x 6”. Exhibits light water staining, interior yellowing and… (1000-1646). Learn More »

RICHARDSON’S VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA ALMANAC, 1862

RICHARDSON’S VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA ALMANAC, 1862

Cover on this war era almanac reads, “FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1862, BEING THE SECOND AFTER BISSEXTILE OR LEAP YEAR, THE EIGHTY-SIXTH OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, AND THE FIRST OF THE SOUTHERN… (1000-1612). Learn More »

VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA ALMANAC, 1843

VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA ALMANAC, 1843

Almanac was calculated by David Richardson of Louisa County, VA and printed by John Warrock of Richmond, VA. Contains the moon phases, planting guides, lists of VA and NC government officials, plus a… (1000-1611). Learn More »

1863 COMPOSITION BOOK PRINTED IN NORTH CAROLINA

1863 COMPOSITION BOOK PRINTED IN NORTH CAROLINA

Hardcover book with printed cover and brown cloth spine. Covers are heavily worn with much of the printing rubbed off. Covers also have a good amount of surface dirt from age and storage. Full title… (1000-1621). Learn More »


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EXCELLENT LARGE, ORIGINAL FRAMED OIL PAINTING OF 20TH MAINE’S JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN BY MICHAEL GNATEK

This is an original oil on canvas portrait of Major General Joshua L. Chamberlain of the 20th Maine Infantry done by the late Michael Gnatek. Mr. Gnatek received his art training at Yale University and in the Marine Corps, where he was a combat… (10-1968). Learn More »

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