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SHEET MUSIC  – MARCHING ALONG, THE POPULAR ARMY SONG AND CHORUS

SHEET MUSIC – MARCHING ALONG, THE POPULAR ARMY SONG AND CHORUS

Patriotic songs such as this became very popular during the Civil War. This song sheet was published in 1864 by Horace Waters of New York. Words by William P. Wallace, music by Chas. E. Ballard.… (998-432). Learn More »

CW SHEET MUSIC – LORENA

CW SHEET MUSIC – LORENA

Lorena was one of the most popular songs of the mid-19th century and especially so during the Civil War. This song sheet was published in 1857 by Higgins Brothers in Chicago. Words by Rev. H.D.L.… (998-427). Learn More »

CW SHEET MUSIC—“LITTLE MAJOR”

CW SHEET MUSIC—“LITTLE MAJOR”

By Henry C. Work, author of “Kingdom Coming.” Published by Root & Cady,  Chicago, 1863. 6 pp. Near mint. In protective sleeve w/white card backing. … (998-433). Learn More »

CW SHEET MUSIC—“JUST AFTER THE BATTLE MOTHER.”

CW SHEET MUSIC—“JUST AFTER THE BATTLE MOTHER.”

By Geo. F. Root. Song and chorus. Published by Root & Cady, Chicago, IL, 1864. 6 pp. Absolutely mint. George Root’s later “answer” song to “Just Before the Battle Mother.” In protective… (998-415). Learn More »

89th OHIO SUTLER SCRIP - H.H. HARRIS, COMPANY D

89th OHIO SUTLER SCRIP - H.H. HARRIS, COMPANY D

Dated June 12, 1863, pre-printed and ink. “Paymaster 89 Regiment, Ohio V., U.S.A. / ON FIRST PAY DAY, PAY TO THE ORDER OF / W Copes Sutler 89 Regiment, Ohio V., U. S. A. / Two Dollars, / And decut… (998-269). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SUTLER’S SCRIP – 14TH MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY $1 EXCHANGE CERTIFICATE

CIVIL WAR SUTLER’S SCRIP – 14TH MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY $1 EXCHANGE CERTIFICATE

H.B. Sheldon Sutler, 14th Massachusetts Regiment Heavy Artillery. $1.00 Exchange Certificate.  Green tint; at center in an arch in block letters, “H. B. SHELDON.” At left  is Massachusetts Arms,… (998-268). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SUTLER’S SCRIP – 2ND NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY 25 CENT EXCHANGE CERTIFICATE

CIVIL WAR SUTLER’S SCRIP – 2ND NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY 25 CENT EXCHANGE CERTIFICATE

D.L. Sheldon Sutler, 2nd Regiment New York Heavy Artillery. 25¢; Exchange Certificate. Pink tint with “D.L. SHELDON.” In an arch at lower center.  At the left Continentals dig in artillery… (998-267). Learn More »

OATH OF ALLEGIANCE FROM WOMAN IN BEDFORD COUNTY, VA

OATH OF ALLEGIANCE FROM WOMAN IN BEDFORD COUNTY, VA

On a trimmed piece of lined paper, written in ink: “I solemnly swear that I will support the constitution of the united states and the laws made in pursuance thereof, as the supreme law of the… (1000-1428). Learn More »

$95.00
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INVENTORY OF PERSONAL EFFECTS FOR 149TH PA SOLDIER WHO DIED OF WOUNDS IN THE WILDERNESS

INVENTORY OF PERSONAL EFFECTS FOR 149TH PA SOLDIER WHO DIED OF WOUNDS IN THE WILDERNESS

Printed form filled in in ink.  Measures 8” x 10”.  Form details the information and personal effects of Private Benjamin F. Weidle of Company C, 149th Pennsylvania Infantry.  Weidle died on… (998-465). Learn More »

$125.00
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TELEGRAM TO COLT ORDERING CARTRIDGES

TELEGRAM TO COLT ORDERING CARTRIDGES

Printed telegram form filled out in ink.  Dated January 1, 1864.  Addressed to “Colt’s P.F.A.M. Co.” [Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company]. “Please send immediately to the… (998-235). Learn More »

$15.00
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CONFEDERATE RECEIPT WYTHE COUNTY, VA FAMILY BENEFIT FUNDS

CONFEDERATE RECEIPT WYTHE COUNTY, VA FAMILY BENEFIT FUNDS

Pre-printed small form 5 ½” x 2 ¼”. Filled in March 31, 1863 for Mrs. Susan Clemons for 6 dollars, family member of Alfred Clemons, soldier in the 51st Virginia Regiment.  … (1000-1421). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RECEIPT WYTHE COUNTY, VA FAMILY BENEFIT FUNDS

CONFEDERATE RECEIPT WYTHE COUNTY, VA FAMILY BENEFIT FUNDS

Pre-printed small form 5 ½” x 2 ¼”. Filled in May 1st, 1863 for Mrs. Emily Davis for 15 dollars, family member of Joseph Davis, soldier in the 51st Virginia Regiment.  … (1000-1417). Learn More »

AUTOGRAPHED CDV OF MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM S. ROSECRANS

AUTOGRAPHED CDV OF MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM S. ROSECRANS

CDV is a waist-up, side view of General Rosecrans wearing a dark colored double breasted frock coat with shoulder straps. Bottom of mount is autographed in period ink, “W.S. ROSECRANS, MAJ… (846-51). Learn More »

$190.00
Originally $250.00

GETTYSBURG 150th ANNIVERSARY STATUE OF LEE & MEADE BY TERRY JONES

GETTYSBURG 150th ANNIVERSARY STATUE OF LEE & MEADE BY TERRY JONES

Specially commissioned Terry Jones resin Battle of Gettysburg 150th Anniversary statue featuring Generals Lee and Meade. Hand painted by local Gettysburg artist! Measures approx. 12" high, 13.25" wide… (M25705). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 1858 ADAMS COUNTY MAP, PROFESSIONALLY CONSERVED

ORIGINAL 1858 ADAMS COUNTY MAP, PROFESSIONALLY CONSERVED

This map of Gettysburg and surrounding Adams County is the version that was utilized by General Robert E. Lee during the Gettysburg Campaign. It was the only large-scale map of the Gettysburg region… (945-58). Learn More »

$3,000.00
Originally $3,500.00

1863 SOLDIER DIARY - CORPORAL SAMUEL HUXHAM, CO. "B", 14TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 3, 1863

1863 SOLDIER DIARY - CORPORAL SAMUEL HUXHAM, CO. "B", 14TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 3, 1863

Pocket Diary for 1863. Published Annually for the Trade, New York, 1863. Owner inscription, front eps, in pencil-"Samuel Huxham/ Co. B 14 Regt. C.V./Camped near Falmouth/ Virginia/Feb. 10th 1863."… (846-138). Learn More »

THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, JANUARY 10, 1863

THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, JANUARY 10, 1863

Published in Philadelphia, six columns wide, four pages long. Center image is an engraving from Frank Leslie titled, “THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC RECROSSING THE RAPPAHANNOCK, FROM FREDERICKSBURG TO… (846-122). Learn More »

$115.00
Originally $125.00

SONG SHEET – THE PATRIOT MOTHER’S PRAYER, PROTECT MY BOY

SONG SHEET – THE PATRIOT MOTHER’S PRAYER, PROTECT MY BOY

As the Civil War dragged on, patriotic songs such as this became very popular. This song sheet was published in 1863 by H.M. Higgins of Chicago. Music by J.P. Webster. Bottom center of cover shows… (998-418). Learn More »

$20.00
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SONG SHEET – IS THAT MOTHER?

SONG SHEET – IS THAT MOTHER?

As the Civil War dragged on, patriotic songs such as this became very popular. This song sheet was published in 1863 by J.F. Gould of Philadelphia. Music by M.G. Bisbee. Introduction to song tells how… (998-443). Learn More »

$20.00
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SONG SHEET – YES! I WOULD THAT THE WAR WERE OVER

SONG SHEET – YES! I WOULD THAT THE WAR WERE OVER

As the Civil War dragged on, patriotic songs such as this became very popular. This song sheet was published in 1863 by Winner & Co. of Philadelphia. Words and music by Alice Hawthorne. First… (998-442). Learn More »

$20.00
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QUARTER PLATE TINTYPE OF US CIVIL WAR SURGEON, VERY RARE

This is a full standing view of a Union Civil War surgeon. He is wearing a dark colored double breasted frock coat with epaulets, lighter colored trousers, sword belt and forage cap with insignia. The two rows of buttons on the coat indicate a rank… (344-2381). Learn More »

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