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Pen & Ink Drawing, in browns and deep blues, dated in pen Friday Eve., Jan'y 15th, 1869, possibly a portrait from life, Grant in General's uniform, with a melancholy look on his face, done two months after his election as President, and two months before Inauguration.
1869
 

Rules and Articles for the Government of the Armies of the United States.
1861
 

Subdued Southern Nobility: a Southern Ideal. By One of the Nobility.
1882
 

1863
 

The Splendid Victory of the Ericsson Battery Monitor, Disabling the Rebel Battery "Merrimac" 10 Guns, & Steamers Jamestown & Yorktown, in Hampton Roads, March 9th, 1862. [Caption title]. Lithographic image, 21" x 16". Black & white, with red coloring in flags & shell bursts. A fine image.
1862
 

Surrender of Gen. Lee. Elephant folio black & white lithograph, without imprint.
1865
 

Star and Chronicle Extra. [Caption title]. Large folio broadsheet.
1862
 

Lee's Rebel Raid in Pennsylvania. Tune,--"The Mistletoe Bough." [Caption title]. Two columns of verse. Broadside, 9" x 6.5."
1863
 

To the Patriotic! At a Meeting held in Smith's Hall...April 17, 1861, to make provisions for assisting the families of those Volunteers...the following Central Relief Committee was appointed...[Caption title & partial text]. [Folio broadside].
1861
 

Old Soldier's Advocate,--Extra.[ Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1861
 

Republican Bulletin No. 1. Who Is John C. Fremont? [Caption title] Narrow 4to broadside.
1864
 

Chronicle--Extra. Jeff. Davis Captured! Warren, May 14, 1:30 P.M. We are indebted to Messrs. Camp & Russel, of the A. & G.W. Telegraph Line, for the following dispatch:...[Caption title & partial text]. Narrow 8vo broadside.
1865
 

Southbridge Journal, Extra. Southbridge, May 17, 1864, [Caption title.] Narrow sm. 4to. broadside, with portrait.
1864
 

Rockford Register. Extra. Rockford, April 3, 4 P.M. Capture of Richmond Conformed! Petersburg Evacuated! [Caption title (in six lines)]. Narrow 8vo. broadside, with eagle & flag motif.
1865
 

Six Military and Patriotic Illustrated Songs. Elaborately Colored. In a novel form. Series No. 1. [Wrapper title].
1864
 

John Brown, and "The Union Right or Wrong" Songster: Containing all the Celebrated "John Brown" & "Union Songs" which have become so immensely populr throughout the Union.
1863
 

Clarke Family of  Kingstown, Rhode Island. Documents, 1741-1951. 270 pp. of Documents; Correspondence, Deeds, Commissions, Wills. 540 photos, 1880s to 1951. 60 pp. of printed matter and news clippings. Overall good to fine condition.
1741
 

Log of the Edward Stanly, G.M. Yates, Master. Burma to Falmouth, [England] and Then to Liverpool.  Dec. 20, 1863 to  July 16, 1864. Printed log book, James Imray and Son, London. 10.25 x 13 inches. 215 pp. Blue paper covered board, with red buckram spine. Edge wear, ink splatters on cover, intact, legible hand.
1863
 

Died, Near the South-Side Rail Road, on Sunday, April 9th, 1865, The Southern Confederacy, Aged Four Years....[Caption title & partial text]. Oblong 4to broadside on heavy stock with ornamental border. Fine.
1865
 

Black and white lithograph, “Lincoln and Cabinet. Annual Greeting of the Carriers to the Patrons of ‘The Press’. For January 1st, 1866. Sight: 8” x 10," double matted (image approximately 6” x 9”), backed with foam board and sealed. Light grayish stain in upper right corner margin, otherwise a sharp, fresh impression.
1866
 

Grand Mass Meeting at the Cooper Institute. Nomination of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant to the Presidency. Wednesday, Dec. 4, 1867. Printed by Order of the Executive Committee. Removed. Vertical crease, last leaf detached, otherwise text very good.
1867
 

Diary of G[eorge] M. Lockwood, Hunts Hollow, N.Y. January 1, 1864 to October 25, 1865. Partly coded. 102 pp. (40 pp. 1865). Notebook 6.5 x 8 inches. Contemp. 3/4 calf, marbled boards. Slight edge wear, pages lightly browned, intact and sound. Legible ink.
1864
 

Prison Bill of Fare, by a Prisoner of War, Composed, Written and Spoken at the Exhibition of the "Prisoners of War Dramatic Association" Richmond, Va. Nov. 8, 1861. [Caption title.] Broadside in two columns, with typographical borders.
1861
 

H’d Q’rs Army of the Shenandoah. Office Provost Marshall General, Winchester, Va., May 13th, 1865. Circular. All persons without regard to their rank or employment in the civil or military service of the late rebel Government, will be permitted to take the Amnesty Oath….[Caption title and partial text]. 4to broadside, signed in type by Brevet Major General [Alfred T.A.] Torbert and Provost Marshall General C. McK. Leoser at end. Folded in eighths at some point, with minor losses (in no way affecting the sense) along folds, now skillfully backed. Very good.
1865
 

Furnishing of Substitutes Previous to Draft. (Circular No. 19.) War Department, Provost Marshal General's Office, Washington, May 26, 1864. The following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department, is published for the information and guidance of all officers of this bureau….[Caption title and beginning of text]. 4to broadside, printed on thin paper. Folded in thirds horizontally, else about fine. Docket in ink on verso.
1864
 

Battle of Cedar Creek. By H[orace] Maynard, Co. E, 28th Iowa Volunteers. Tune, “Star-Spangled Banner.” [Caption title]. Broadside, 12-1/8” x 9-3/8," caption, and ten stanzas of verse in two columns, within an ornamental border. Sheet somewhat dust-soiled with a few minor stains, surface wear along folds, one corner slightly chipped, &c. Still, entirely sound, and with good margins.
1864
 

Report of the Ladies’ Relief Society, of Bridgeport, Conn. Commenced August, 1861, For the Aid of Sick and Wounded Soldiers Belonging to the Army of the United States. Completed Its Work July, 1865.
1861
 

Judge [John] Pitman's Charge to the Jury, in the Case of Samuel vs. The Providence Tool Company [wrapper title].
1862
 

Letter from P.B. Sturges to Capt. McGrath, Concerning the Death of Her Husband. Providence, [Rhode Island] ___21, 1863. Sheet 8 x 10 inches, folded in half. 4 pp. One page of the four is a note from her sister R. Matthews, also to McGrath. Stamped postmarked envelope, Capt. McGrath, Commanding Co. F, 50th Regt., N.Y. S. V. Engineers, Washington, D.C. Legible ink, browned.
1863
 

General Orders No. 286 Concerning the Discharge of P.O.W.s. E.D. Townsend, Asst. Adjutant General. Washington, (D.C.), August 17, 1863. Handwritten copy, so marked. 12.5 x 16 inches, sheet folded in half, 1.5 pp. Docketed, watermarked. Lightly browned, very good. Legible ink.
1863
 

A Nation's Ingratitude [caption title].
1861
 

The Democratic Platform for 50 Years. The Immortal Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions of 1798, with Their History and Application, To the Preseent Convention.
1864
 

Military Order Concerning Court Martials Addressed to Lt. W.S. Dowell in Field Court Martial Rooms, Camp Parole Near Annapolis, Maryland. By order of the Court, J.H. Condon, Clk. August 2, 1865. With cover. Verso of envelope: "Communication for mr Lt Rollins in regard to clerk". Lined sheet 7.75 x 9 inches, 1 p. Folds, bright ink.
1865
 

Group of Three Letters, 1860 to 1883, Concerning a Family in St. Charles, Missouri. (1) Dear Abbie signed Missouri (?). St Charles (Missouri). 8x 10 inches, folded in half, 4 pp. Slight tear at fold. (2) 826 Fourteenth St, (place unk.) April 11, My Dearest Friend from May or Mag. 7.25 x 9.25 inches, folded in half, 4 pp. blue ink. (3) March 30, My Dear Nettie from Fanny. Baltimore, (Maryland). Ca. 1860s. 8 x 10 inches, folded in half, 3 pp. Tear at top, no loss. No covers.
1860
 

Letter of Request to Governor John A. Andrew by Four Military officers to Reappoint Court Martialed Officer--Major Washburn of 14th Massachusetts Volunteers. Fort Gaines, Maryland. November 11, 1862. True copy signed by Thomas Howard. Docketed in pencil on verso. 8 x 10 inches, no cover. 1 p. Folds, bright ink.
1862
 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES W The Wonders of Dream Land, Vision Prophecies, and Vision Triumphs, Containing Joseph Hoag's Truthful Vision, General Washington's Prophecy, and General McClellan's Dream.
1862
 

ANDREW, JOHN A. Speeches of John A. Andrew at Hingham and Boston, Together with His Testimony Before the Harper's Ferry Committee of the Senate, in Relation to John Brown. Also the Republican Platform...
1860
 

ANDREW, JOHN A. Senate...No. 1. Address of His Excellency...to the Two Branches of the Legislature of Massachusetts, January 8, 1864.
1864
 

ANDREW, JOHN A. An Address to the Graduating Class of the Medical School in the University at Cambridge...March 9, 1864.
1864
 

ANDREW, JOHN A. An Address to the Graduating Class of the Medical School in the University at Cambridge [Mass.], on Wednesday, March 8, 1864.
1864
 

ANON. The War and Slavery; or, Victory Only Through Emancipation.
1861
 

ANON. The Programme of Peace. By a Democrat of the Old School.
1862
 

ANON. Six Hundred Dollars a Year. A Wife's Effort at Low Living, Under High Prices.
1867
 

ANON. The National Finances and a National Bank.
1863
 

ANON. The Olive Branch--Peace and Union. How Shall We Obtain Them? [Caption title]. Folio broadside, text in two columns.
1861
 

ANON. Questions and Facts. [Caption title].
1863
 

ANON. Savannah Cotton. Memorial. To the President of the United States: [Caption title].
1865
 

ARNOLD, MATTHEW. General Grant. An Estimate.
1887
 

ASHBY, A. Lee at Jackson's Grave. A Poetical Souvenir. 32 lines of verse, with two borders. Fine.
1870
 

B., W.A. Died. At the Estes House Hospital, Friday, November 4th, 1864....Lines Respectfully Dedicated to the memory of Charles W. Tackaberry....[Caption title, followed by 30 lines of verse, signed at the end in type, at Keokuk, Nov. 7, 1864, by W.A.B. 12mo. broadside, blacklined.
1864
 

BAIRD, H.C. General Washington and General Jackson, on Negro Soldiers.
1863
 

BANKS, NATHANIEL P. Attention! All Citizens of Brookline and Roxbury, read and willing to start for Washington, by daylight, to-morrow, Tuesday, are requested to meet at the drill room, Brookline, at Eight o'clock, this Monday Evening. May 26, 1862. Broadside, 10" x 8."
1862
 

BARKER, JACOB. The Rebellion: Its Consequences, and the Congressional Committee, Denominated the Reconstruction Committee, with their Action. By Investigator.
1866
 

BARKER, JACOB. Suspension of the National Advocate [cover title].
1863
 

BARTLETT, JOHN R. The Barbarities of the Rebels, as Shown in Their Cruelty to the Federal Wounded and Prisoners; in Their Outrages Upon Union Men; in the Murder of Negroes, and in Their Unmanly Conduct Throughout the Rebellion. By Colonel Percy Howard [pseud.].
1863
 

BASSETT, MAJOR J.M. Union Men and Their Sufferings, in North-Western Missouri. The Remedy. Secrets of Rebels Exposed.
1864
 

BEARD, O.T. Bristling with Thorns. A Story of War and Reconstruction.
1884
 

BENNET, WILLIAM C. The War Crisis: A Sermon...
1862
 

BESORE & SPECK. Civil War Period Correspondence to Besore & Speck, Pennsylvania Flour Merchants. 15 quarto letters.1861-1864. Some original, some carbons, ink, legible.
1861
 

BIGELOW Family. Marlborough, Massachusetts, Tailor’s Accounts. Four (4) Ledgers, 1852-1892. 825 pp. total. (1) Ledger, 8.5" x 13," Feb. 1852- May 1855, 239 pp., cloth cover, leather spine, very worn, few holes, few pages loose, alphabetical index. (2) Ledger 8.5" x 13," Aug. 1857-June 1862. 202 pp., board cover worn, ink, blue lined paper. Very legible. (3) Sept.1859-June 1862. Includes small broadside 6.5” x 9.5,” “Tableau at Town Hall, Minehaha the Penobscot Indian will be Present!," small tear at left side. 204 pp. Lined account book 8” x 10.25”. Orig. board cover, well worn, leather spine, worn. Ink bright & legible, tight. (4) Account Book Aug. 9, 1862-Dec 1892, 5.5" x 8." 180 pp. Ink. With 3 carbon copy business letters pertaining to the H.E. Bigelow estate.
1852
 

BOKER, GEORGE H. The Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 4.75." Verse printed in two columns.
1863
 

BOKER, GEORGE H. The Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 4.75." Verse printed in two columns.
1863
 

BRADSHAW, WESLEY. The Volunteer's Roll of Honor. A Collection of the Noble and Praiseworthy Deeds Performed in the Cause of the Union by the Heroes of the Army and Navy of the United States...to be Published in Monthly Numbers [all published]...
1864
 

BROWN, LYMAN? H. Composed and respectfully dedicated to the Friends of Eddie Boyden VanBenthuysen, Company G, 53d Regiment, M.V.M., who died at Brashear City, La., May 22d, 1863. Aged 17 years, 10 months. FORGET NOT THE BRAVE. [Caption title]. Broadside verse, 17 stanzas, text in two columns within an ornamental border. Narrow tall 4to. Margins cropped close but nowhere touching border, old folds, minor stains. Skillfully backed.
1863
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM C., Army Relief Bazaar Buildings, Academy Park, Albany, N.Y., Jan. 18, 1864. [Caption title].
1864
 

BUTLER, MAJOR GENERA United States of America. Head Quarters Deparment of Virginia and North Carolina. Provisional Commission. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside.
1864
 

CANTERBURY, H. WEBST Patriotic Songs. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, six songs in three columns beneath engraved portraits of Washington, Winfield Scott and a beardless Lincoln (left to right).
1861
 

CHASE, S.P. Additional Regulations Concerning Commercial Intercourse with and in States Declared in Insurrection. January 26, 1864. [Caption title].
1864
 

CHEEVER, GEORGE B. Political Note Concerning the Union of States. Signed George B. Cheever. Half-sheet. Legible ink.
1850
 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Sir Copp. A Poem for the Times, in Six Cantos.
1865
 

COE, G.W. Capt. & Re Recruits Wanted!! Save the Draft! Capt. G.W. Coe has authority to raise a Company for the 22d N.Y. Cavalry...under Col. Crook and Maj. McLennan...Dec. 16, 1863. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 8.5" x 12." Slight foxing. Very good.
1863
 

CONKLING, HENRY. An Inside View of the Rebellion, and American Citizens' Text-Book.
1864
 

CONNECTICUT. Addresses and Proceedings at the Woodbury Soldiers' Reception, Held at the Town Hall, Woodbury, Wednesday Evening, August 16th, 1865. [Caption title]. Broadside, 20" x 14".
1865
 

COOK, WM. J.? Poems on the Battle of Gettysburg. [Wrapper title].
1887
 

CORDNER, JOHN. The American Conflict: An Address...Before the New England Society of Montreal....
1865
 

CRANE, STEPHEN. The Little Regiment and Other Episodes of the American Civil War.
1897
 

CURRIER & IVES. Wm. Tillman, the Colored Steward, of the Schooner S.J. Waring which was captured by the Piratical Brig Jeff Davis and recaptured by Tillman and Wm. Steding the German Sailor after having killed three of the Pirates in charge of her. He is receiving Visitors daily at Barnum's Museum, New York. [Full caption title].
1861
 

DARLEY, FELIX O.C. On the March to the Sea.
1868
 

DAVENPORT, JOHN L. Official Documents Relating to a “Chaplain’s Campaign (Not) with General Butler,” But in New York. Audi alteram partem.
1865
 

DAVIES, THOMAS. (Advanced School Hymn Book 1858-1864.) Inside front cover: “Mr. Mc Millin’s Room. Advanc’d school. Aug 1858”. Hand written music scores with some pasted printed music. Quarto folio, 11.5 x 11.5 in. 55 pp. Gilt stamp: Music. Contemp. calf & marbled boards, worn, internally slightly loose, but good.
1858
 

DAY, WILLIAM HOWARD. Celebration by the Colored People's Educational Monument Association in Memory of Abraham Lincoln, on the Fourth of July, 1865, in the Presidential Grounds, Washington, D.C.
1865
 

DeWOLFE, GEORGE G.B. "The Dead Line" at Fort Sumter. Composed by the Wandering Poet of New Hampshire. [Caption title]. Broadside, 19-3/4" x 6-3/8," with a small cut of a cemetery at head, text within a rule border. "Second Edition" printed at head. Old folds with some short separations, a couple of internal tears repaired withcello tape on verso, all without loss of text.
1861
 

DICKERSON, EDWARD N. The Navy of the United States. An Exposure of Its Condition, and the Causes of Its Failure, Contained in a Speech Delivered to a Jury in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia...in the Case of Mattingly vs. the Washington and Alexandria Steamboat Company....
1864
 

DUGANNE, A.J.H. The Fighting Quakers, a True Story of the War for Our Union. With Letters from the Brothers to Their Mother: and a Funeral Sermon by Rev. O.B. Frothingham. Second Edition.
1866
 

DUNKLE, JOHN J. Prison Life During the Rebellion. Being a Brief Narrative of the Miseries and Sufferings of Six Hundred Confederate Prisoners Sent from Fort Delaware to Morris' Island to be Punished. Written by Fritz Fuzzlebug; One of Their Number.
1869
 

DYE, JOHN SMITH. The Adder's Den; or Secrets of the Great Conspiracy to Overthrow Liberty in America. Depravity of Slavery: Two Presidents Secretly Assassinated by Poison...
1864
 

ECKLES, J.W. Three (3) Page ALS to Major J.R. Lofland, Concerning Charges Brought by Col. Mason. Describes Men at Galveston & Houston, Texas. October 28, 1866. 10 x 16 inches, folded in half. Separate cover addressed to Maj. J.R. Lofland, Paymaster USA, New Orleans, La. Browned, slight edge fraying, small tears at folds.
1866
 

EDGERTON, WILD. McClellan and the People! Conservative Union Mass Convention and "McClellan Minute Guard" Flag Raising. Chicago, August 27, 1864. Songs for the People. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1864
 

EDUCATIONAL COMMISSI First Annual Report...May, 1863.
1863
 

EMERSON, R.W. Ceremonies at the Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument, in Concord, Mass.
1867
 

FITCH, JOHN. Chickamauga, the Price of Chattanooga. A Description of the Strategic Plans, Marches, and Battles of the Campaign of Chattanooga. With Illustrative Map.
1864
 

FOX, HARRY. Harper's Ferry. Composed and sung by Harry Fox, the celebrated Banjoist, at Hitchcock's National Concert-Hall. Air: Blow ye, winds of morning.
1860
 

GARFIELD, GEN. JAMES Oration on the Life and Character of Gen. George H. Thomas...
1871
 

GARRISON, W.L. Compi The Spirit of the South Towards Northern Freemen and Soldiers Defending the American Flag Against Traitors of the Deepest Dye.
1861
 

GRIMES, P. A Rumphes in Topet. Truth and Conviction. [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside.
1863
 

HALSTEAD, MURAT. Caucuses of 1860.
1860
 

HANDLIN, W. W. American Politics, a Moral and Political Work, Treating of the Causes of the Civil War, the Nature of Government, and the Necessity for Reform.
1864
 

HARVEY, JAMES MADISO 1 p., 4to. ALS to Hon. Ulysses Mercur, M.C. Topeka, June 17, 1870. Ink on engraved letterhead showing state capitol. Previous folds. Very good.
1870
 

HATCH, MRS. CORA Med A Lecture on Secession, by Gen. Andrew Jackson, Delivered at Dodworth's Hall, on the Evening of Sunday, Jan. 19, 1861.
1861
 

HEADLEY, J.T. Farragut and Our Naval Commanders....A Companion Volume to Headley's "Grant and Sherman."....With Numerous Fine Steel Portraits and Battle Scenes. Sold Only by Subscription.
1866
 

HERRICK, H.W. "Reading the Emancipation Proclamation." [Caption title]. Medium folio engraving with suitable margins, small vignette of Lincoln in title. Engraved by J.W. Watts. Old walnut frame.
1864
 

HOWE, MRS. JULIA WAR Battle Hymn of the Republic. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1863
 

HOWE, S.G. A Letter on the Sanitary Condition of the Troops in the Neighborhood of Boston, Addressed to His Excellency the Governor of Massachusetts.
1861
 

JOHNSON, ANDREW. Proclamation by the President! [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.75" x 5".
1865
 

JOHNSON, ANDREW. EXTRA! [Mobile] Daily News Office, Sunday, June 4--6 P.M....President Johnson's Emancipation Proclamation. Pardon to all Confederates below the rank of Colonel or Lieutenant in the Navy. Important to Civilians. The Trial of Jeff. Davis. Gen. Lee Arrested. Interesting to Cotton Speculators. [Special Dispatch to the Mobile Daily News. {Caption title & first column headlines]. Large 4to broadside in three columns.
1865
 

JOHNSON, REVERDY. A Reply to the Review of Judge Advocate General Holt, of the Proceedings, Findings and Sentence, of the General Court Martial, in the Case of Major General Fitz John Porter, and a Vindication of That Officer.
1863
 

JOHNSTON, JAMES F. The Suspending Power and the Writ of Habeas Corpus.
1862
 

KENNEDY, JOHN P. The Border States: Their Power and Duty in the Present Disordered Condition of the Country.
1861
 

LAMBERT, LOUIS. When Johnny Comes Marching Home. Music introduced in the "Soldier's Return March" by Gilmore's Band.
1863
 

LANE, L.M. Reported Monitor Extra. Tuesday, Aug. 11th, 1863, 2 o'clock P.M. List of Drafted Men in Exeter, N.H. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside
1863
 

LAWTON, EDWARD. Lectures on Science, Politics, Morals, and Society.
1862
 

LELAND, CHARLES G.? Ye Sneak Yclepid Copperhead. A Satirical Poem.
1863
 

LIEBER, FRANCIS. What Is Our Constitution,--League, Pact, or Government? Two Lectures on the Constitution of the United States Including a Course on the Modern State...to which is appended an Address on Secession Written in the Year 1851.
1861
 

LIEBER, FRANCIS. A Song on Our Country and Her Flag. Written in 1861, After the Raising of the Flag on Columbia College, New York. [Caption title].
1861
 

LIEBER, FRANCIS. Memorandum Signed F.L. “from Senator Sumner,” Concerning the Constitution of the Confederate States. Ca. 1868. 5 x 5”. 1 p. Separated into two sections, previously taped onto paper. Legible hand in ink.
1868
 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Emancipation Proclamation, Whereas on the 22nd Day of September in the year of our Lord 1862...I Abraham Lincoln...[Caption title & partial text]. Large folio broadside, 28" x 21.5."
1864
 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Petition to Abraham Lincoln to Appoint Maj. Gen. John C. Fremont to Command the West Virginia Troops. Signed by 39 Senators, Representatives and Delegates from W.Va. Wheeling, West Virginia, July 31, 1863. Verso Docketed: "Submitted to the Secretary of War, Aug. 21, 1863. A. Lincoln." [Docketing in Lincoln's hand.] 12.25" x 16,” folded. 2 pp. Lined paper, water spots, browning. Small tears at folds, slight fading, overall very legible.
1863
 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Abraham Lincoln's Farewell Address to His Old Neighbors. Springfield, February 12, 1861...Engraving of Lincoln, by Isaac Bates. Stiff card: 4" x 2-1/2".
1865
 

LONGSTREET, JAMES. From Manassas to Appomattox. Memoirs of the Civil War in America. Illustrated with Plates, Maps, Portraits, and Engravings Specially Prepared for This Work.
1896
 

LOPER, R.F. Steamboat Chartering. R.F. Loper in Self-Defence against the Aspersions of the Senate Committee...[Caption title].
1863
 

LORD, DANIEL. The Effect of Secession Upon the Commercial Relations Between the North and South, and Upon Each Section.
1861
 

MARQUAND, J. P. & JA Prince and Boat-swain. Sea tales from the recollection of Read-Admiral Charles E. Clark.
1915
 

MAY, ABBY W. NEW ENGLAND WOMEN’S AUXILIARY ASSOCIATION. Monthly Report. Broadside, 12” x 6," double column. Signed in type at conclusion by Abby W. May as Chairman of the Executive Committee, dated April 15, 1865. Old folds, else about fine.
1865
 

McELROY, JOHN. Andersonville: a Story of Rebel Military Prisons, Fifteen Months a Guest of the So-Called Southern Confederacy. A Private Soldier's Experience in Richmond, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Blackshear and Florence.
1879
 

McLAUGHLIN, J. FAIRF The American Cyclops, the Hero of New Orleans, and Spoiler of Silver Spoons. Dubbed LL.D. By Pasquino.
1868
 

MILLER, HENRY W. Address Delivered Before the Philanthropic and Didactic Societies of the University of North-Carolina, June 3, 1857.
1857
 

MORRIS, THOMAS HOLLI A.D. 1862, or The Volunteer Zouave in Baltimore, by an Officer of the "Guards."
1862
 

NEW ORLEANS PICAYUNE Extracts from the Editorial Columns..
1861
 

NORTON, OLIVER WILLC The Attack and Defense of Little Round Top, Gettysburg, July 2, 1863.
1913
 

PAE, DAVID. The Coming Struggle Among the Nations of the Earth: or, the Political Events of the Next Thirteen Years, Prescribed in Accordance with Prophecies in Ezekiel, Daniel, and the Apocalypse....
1861
 

PAGE, MOSES B. Speech...of Berwick, in the House of Representatives of Maine, February 27, 1863, in Opposition to the "Emancipation Resolutions."
1863
 

PALFREY, FRANCIS W. Have We the Best Possible Ambulance System?
1864
 

PEASE, RICHARD L. & To the Selectmen...[regarding Edgartown and Tisbury fulfilling their quotas for the draft]. [Caption title.] 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1864
 

PICKETT, A. ST. J. The Sublime Tragedy of the Lost Cause, a Tragic Poem of the War. In Four Acts.
1884
 

PIERCE, FRANKLIN. Franklin Pierce's Letter to Jeff. Davis. [Caption title]. 8vo. Broadside.
1864
 

PIKE, JAMES. The Scout and Ranger: Being the Personal Adventures of Corporal Pike of the Fourth Ohio Cavalry. As A Texas Ranger, in the Indian Wars...Afterward a Scout and Spy....Fully Illustrating the Secret Service. Twenty-Five Full-Page Engravings.
1865
 

PITTENGER, WILLIAM. Capturing a Locomotive: a History of Secret Service in the Late War.
1883
 

POLLARD, EDWARD A. Observations in the North: Eight Months in Prison and on Parole.
1865
 

POMEROY, MARCUS MILL The Life and Public Services of Benjamin F. Butler, Major-General in the Army and Leader of the Republican Party.
1868
 

PORTER, Maj. Gen. FI Correspondence of Maj. Gen. Fitz John Porter to J.G. Abbott (Josiah Gardner Abbott ), Much Concerning the Politics of Porter's Court Martial. 1865 - 1878. 42.5 pp. 14 Letters, no covers. Ink. Most 8 x 10 inches. Folds, some edge fraying. Legible hand.
1865
 

PORTER, WILLIAM D. State Sovereignty and the Doctrine of Coercion. Together With a Letter from Hon. J.K. Paulding, Former Sec. of Navy [and] The Right to Secede, by “States”.
1860
 

POST, GEO. A. Comp. To the Ex-officers and Soldiers of the Union. What you want to know is, Which party has been your friend? The Democratic Party the true friend of the soldier and sailor of the Union. History of the Laws Passed for Their Benefit, Compiled from the Congressional Record. Republican Promises contrasted with Democratic Acts.
1884
 

POTTER, REV. WM. J. The Voice of the Draft. [Caption title]. Broadside, 17" x 12". Printed in four columns.
1863
 

REED, WILLIAM HOWELL Hospital Life in the Army of the Potomac.
1866
 

RILEY, HARVEY. The Mule. A Treatise on the Breedings, Trailing, and Uses, to which He May Be Put.
1867
 

ROBERTS, RICHARD. Autobiography. Kansas, 1895. Narrative ends in 1870s. A few pages missing at back of book. Small folio. Ink. 186 pp. Lined pages, orig. cloth. Very legible.
1895
 

ROBINSON, THOMAS DRE Correspondence of Attorney Thomas Drew Robinson, Primarily From and To the Brown Family. 1855-1861. Twenty-Two (22) Letters, Various Sizes, 71 Pages, 9 envelopes. Folds, overall very good to fine. Bright ink.
1855
 

ROOT, GEORGE Ed. The Bugle-Call. [Wrapper title.]
1863
 

SCOTT, WINFIELD. General Scott. The Hercules of the Union, Slaying the Great Dragon of Secession.
1861
 

SHEA, JOHN GILMARY E The Fallen Brave: a Biographical Memorial of the American Officers Who Have Given Their Lives for the Preservation of the Union. With Eight Portraits on Steel, by J.A. O'Neill.
1861
 

SHERIDAN, P.H. Chronicle--Extra. Warren, Friday, Apr. 7, 4 P.M. The following despatches have just been received: Lt. Gen'l Grant:--I have the honor to report that the enemy made a stand at the junction of the Burkesville Station Road...Up to this time we have captured Gen'ls Ewell, Kesshall, Button, Coorse, DeBarry and Curtiss, several thousand prisoners...I think Lee will surender. P.H. Sheriday. Later. Lee's Whole Army Has Surrendered. P.H. Sherridan. [Caption title & partial text.] 8vo. broadside.
1865
 

SHUTE, JAMES M. The Road to Safety. A Letter to General Grant on the Currency.
1869
 

SMART, EDWIN Col. Co Rebel Raid in Southeast Missouri. Attack Upon Patterson. Fight Between 1,500 of the Enemy and 400 Federals. The Latter Fall Back to Big Creek. Interesting Dispatch from Pilot Knob. Major McConnell Reported Mortally Wounded and a Prisoner[!] The Incursion at an End. [Caption title]. Narrow small folio broadside.
1863
 

SORREL, GEN. G. MOXL Recollections of a Confederate Staff Officer. With Introduction by Senator John W. Daniel.
1905
 

SPAULDING, E.G. A Resource of War--the Credit of the Government Made Immediately Available. History of the Legal Tender Paper Money Issued During the Rebellion. Being a Loan without Interest and a National Currency.
1869
 

SPRAGUE, MAJOR J. T. The Treachery in Texas, and the Secession of Texas, and the Arrest of the United States Officers and Soldiers Serving in Texas.
1862
 

STEPHENS, ALEXANDER The Rebellion Inexcusable: Warning and Protest Against It. [Caption title]. Narrow folio broadside.
1861
 

STOWE, PHINEAS. Welcome Song, Dedicated to the Commander, Officers and Crew of the U.S. Sloop-of-War Wachusett, On her arrival at the Charlestown Navy Yard, Nov. 26, 1864. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside, verse in two columns, with typographical border.
1864
 

SUMNER, CHARLES. The Rebellion: Its Origin and Main Spring. An Oration...
1861
 

SUMNER, CHARLES. Union and Peace! How They Shall Be Restored. Speech...[Caption title].
1861
 

TAFT, S.H. A Discourse on the Character and Death of John Brown. Delivered in Martinsburgh, N.Y. Dec. 12, 1859. Second Edition....With an Introduction by...J.H. Morison, D.D.
1872
 

TALCOTT, MRS. HANNAH Roger Deane's Work. By H.B.G. Written for the Sanitary Fair.
1863
 

TANEY, ROGER B. Decision of Chief Justice Taney, in the Merryman Case, Upon the Writ of Habeas Corpus.
1862
 

TOULIN, ALFRED F. Most Respectfully Dedicated to President Jefferson Davis. Confederacy March. [Caption title]. (With large oval lithograph from a photograph of Davis, by E. Sachs & Co.
1861
 

TOWNSEND, E.D. Secre G[eneral] O[rder] 171 WD. Draft copy Regarding Horses for Transportation. June 9, 1863. [War Department, Washington, D.C. By order of the Secretary of War, and issued by Assistant Adjutant General, E.D. Townsend]. 7.5 x 9.5 inches, 1 ½ pp. Hand written ink. Folds, docketed.
1863
 

TYLER, ELNATHAN B. "Wooden Nutmegs" at Bull Run. A Humorous Account of Some of the Exploits and Experiences of the Three Months Connecticut Brigade, and the Part They Bore in the National Stampede. By Frinkle Fry [pseud.].
1872
 

U.S. SANITARY COMMIS Narrative of Privations and Sufferings of United States Officers and Soldiers While Prisoners of War in the Hands of the Rebel Authorities...with an Appendix, Containing the Testimony.
1864
 

UNION VOLUNTEER REFR At a Meeting ... on the 16th of April [1865], the following Preamble and Resolutions were adopted, Whereas We have learned with unbounded sorrow and anguish, the assassination of our beloved Chief Magistrate, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES....[beginning of text].
1865
 

UNION VOLUNTEER REFR Philadelphia, August 21, 1861. The object of the VOLUNTEER REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE is to provide Soldiers passing through this City with Refreshments, and furnishing Medical and other attention to the sick of wounded. [Caption and beginning of text].
1861
 

WALKER, JAMES. Battle of Gettysburg. (Repulse of Longstreet's Assault). Black & white engraving. Image 13.5" x 33.5," plus large margins (overall 28" x 48"). A proof copy, taken before letters, signed in pencil by the artist, Walker, and the engraver, Hall.
1876
 

WALKER, JAMES. Battle of Gettysburg. (Repulse of Longstreet's Assault). Black & white engraving. Image 13.5" x 33.5," plus immense margins. A proof copy, taken before letters, signed in pencil by the artist, Walker, and the engraver, Hall.
1876
 

WEEDEN, E.S. Information for Soldiers and Their Heirs! [Caption title]. Broadside, 17" x 11". Text in four columns, with three Civil War illustrations beneath title.
1890
 

WELLS, JOHN. Rifle Shots at Past and Passing Events. A Poem in Three Cantos--Being Hits at Time on the Wing. By an Inhabitant of the Comet of 1861....
1862
 

WENDELL, C. Union Office, Washington City, 1858. Sir: In view of the threatening condition of public affairs, in order to strengthen and consolidate the Democratic Party...[Caption title & partial text]. 4to broadside, on blue paper, backed, signed by the publisher, C. Wendell.
1858
 

WHEELER, A.O. Eye-Witness; or, Life Scenes in the Old North State, Depicting the Trials and Sufferings of the Unionists During the Rebellion. By A.O.W.
1865
 

WHITE, RICHARD GRANT Poetry Lyrical, Narrative, and Satirical of the Civil War...
1866
 

WHITEHEAD, L. The New House That Jack Built. An Original American Version.
1865
 

WILKES, GEORGE. McClellan: From Ball’s Bluff to Antietam.
1863
 

WILSON, JOSEPH T. The Black Phalanx; a History of the Negro Soldiers of the United States in the Wars of 1775-1812, 1861-'65. 56 Illustrations.
1888
 

WINSTON, JAMES. Cora O'Kane; or the Doom of the Rebel Guard. A Story of the Great Rebellion. Containing Incidents of the Campaign in Misouri Under Generals Fremont and Sigel, and the Thrilling Exploits of the Unionists Under Major Zagonyi.
1868
 

WINTHROP, THEODORE. Life in the Open Air, and Other Papers.
1863
 

WOLFE, CAPT. GEORGE Capt. George H. Wolfe and Six Others, to Governor S. J. Kirkwood of Iowa, Regarding Potential Mutiny. Fort Randall, D.T. (Dakota Territory), February 12, 1862. Docketed "Officers at Ft. Randall Feb 12 1862 on State of Garrison Sent to Robt. Smith...& Returned to This Office from...Letter Office, July 25/62". 10 x 16 inches, blue sheet, folded in half. No cover. 4 pp. Previous wax seal. Ink slightly faded.
1862
 

WOOD, EPHRAIM ALBERT Officer’s Journal of a “Colored” Regiment. July 21-August 26, 1863. Charleston S.C. area--Folly’s Island. 23pp. 12mo. Includes a copy of Wood’s certificate of disability for discharge. Ink, slight browning, very good.
1863
 

WOOLSEY, GEORGEANNA Three Weeks at Gettysburg.
1863
 

WRIGHT & SWASEY. Caricatures Pertaining to the Civil War; Reproduced from a Private Collection of Originals Designed for Currier & Ives, New York. And Published by Them in Sheets from 1856 to 1872, and Now For the First Time Published in Book Form.
1892
 

WYETH, JOHN ALLAN. With Sabre and Scalpel. The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.
1914
 

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