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1 Widow Braggor’s Receipt for Paying One pound 14 PASS
2 1729 Agreement of Service for One Year 100
3 Shipment of Rum Bound for Philadelphia 50
4 French & Indian War “....We hear that General Wade has defeated and cut to pieces a considerable part of the rebel army...” 650
5 Record of Estate Wishes PASS
6 Sale of Two Tracts of Land PASS
7 Colonial Receipt for Payment PASS
8 Massachusetts Bay Arrest Warrant 1768 Issued By Noted Jurist PASS
9 1773 Plea in Court Case PASS
10 “All the Gods are pleased to see a brave man struggling with adversity...” 150
11 Recording Transactions for Molasses 50
12 Bunker Hill in the News 250
13 “...eighty filled with pickles the rest are not pickled...” PASS
14 General Howe Receives Supplies While Sacking New York PASS
15 Connecticut Shilling PASS
16 Revolutionary War Era Wallet With Connection To The Execution of Major Andre PASS
17 “Pay Richard Ransom Seven pounds eight shillings & five pence & charge the state...” PASS
18 War-date Voucher for “Loss of Clothes...” PASS
19 “For sundry expenses of sickness for the company and his command...” 50
20 New Hampshire Document for Salary 1100
21 Revolutionary War Enlistment 500
22 Muster Roll for “Colonel Gerrishes Regt” 225
23 Pertaining for Arms for Soldiers and Officers 275
24 “...For a horse lost in public service...” 70
25 Enlistment of Soldiers During the War 325
26 War-date Pay Voucher PASS
27 Claude Rene Paris Signed American Rvolution Document PASS
28 War-date Letter Requests Payment 50
29 Revolutionary War Voucher PASS
30 Revolutionary War-date Voucher PASS
31 Occupied New York City Financial Document PASS
32 1784 Land Sale Document PASS
33 The "Good Beautiful Children" Of a Slave Owning Family Gets This Indian Trader To Give Them Safe Passage To The Kentucky Frontier in 1790 450
34 The Last New York Congressional Session, Signed in Type By Washington PASS
35 President Washington Signed Broadside PASS
36 Judge Samuel Chase Justifies His Efforts To Squash A Riot PASS
37 Elaborate Georgia Land Grant PASS
38 1794 - Senate Report on the Whiskey Rebellion PASS
39 Ephraim Kirby Autograph PASS
40 Robert Morris Promises to Pay 325
41 A Pair of Bunker Hill Prints PASS
42 The Centennial of the Declaration of Independence 50
44 Revolutionary War Slave Document 300
45 Document Records Division of Slaves PASS
46 Rare Slave Plantation Ledger Recording 35 Years of Slave Sales 950
47 Winchester Virginia's Fairfield Slaves Runaway to Washington PASS
48 A "Yellow Complexion" Man Is Declared Free In Southampton, Virginia PASS
49 Published by the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society PASS
50 Future President Comments on Slavery 100
51 Heddle Pulley With A Carved African Man's Head PASS
52 Trying To Repeal The Fugitive Slave Bill PASS
53 Slave Emancipation Document 225
54 Slave Physician Document PASS
55 Uncle Tom Is Writing Home PASS
56 Mammy and Child With Etched Identification PASS
57 Slavery in Georgia - 1854 110
58 Alabama Arrest Warrant For "Trading With Slave." PASS
59 Ambrotype of a Young Black Woman 300
60 The Unofficial Theme of the Confederacy 130
61 The War’s FIRST Contrabands PASS
62 Dan Emmett & Uncle Tom 60
63 The New York Tribune Reports On The 54th Massachusetts (Colored) Departure For The Front 150
64 An "Official" Union Army Document That Spoofs The Corps D'Afrique PASS
65 Col. E. E. H. Blick Hires Out "Ephraim" For 1864 100
66 Magnus "How Are You Green Backs" Song Sheet. Inflationary Printing To Pay The Black Troops PASS
67 Martin Luther King, a Communist ? 60
68 Shackles from NJ Governor’s Mansion Lincoln Exhibit 600
69 Unusula Tinted Tintype of Black Woman PASS
70 Forty Acres and A Mule Black Satirical Reconstruction Era CDV PASS
71 The Early Bird Gets The Worm Black Satirical Reconstruction Era CDV PASS
72 Black Woman Tintype 50
73 Satirical "White Slave" Stereoview PASS
74 Racial Slurs On A new Jersey Politician - 1876 PASS
75 American Imprint: The African Servant PASS
76 Economic Slavery PASS
77 Five Dollar bill series of 1880 PASS
78 Intimate Florida Image of a Nursing Black Woman PASS
79 Abolitionist William Wilberforce Door knocker & Book 100
80 Black Images used To Sell Products 60
81 Worse Than the Back of the Bus 50
82 Scarce Issue of “The Colored Alabamian” PASS
83 A 10th Cavalry Pennant 1916 1100
84 A 10th Cavalry Pennant 1916 PASS
85 This Insurance Company Markets To Negroes PASS
86 KKK Music PASS
87 Adding Teeth To The Fugitive Slave Effort PASS
88 Promoting Colored CinCinatti Citizens - 1926 PASS
89 Smoking Sambo 100
90 KKK Record PASS
91 Klan Record PASS
92 Black Is Beautiful PASS
93 An Untimely Death Leads To The Sale of Slave "Reauben." 100
94 Promotion of Samuel Cooper 120
95 Cotton and Negroes PASS
96 Printed at the Inception of the Southern Nation PASS
97 North Carolina $4 PASS
98 North Carolina $10 PASS
99 George Alexander of Castle Thunder Fame Signed Document PASS
100 Confederate Bill for Boarding Private PASS
101 Officer Assigned as Inspector of Quartermaster Dept. PASS
102 General Hunton Reports to Colonel Jordan that a Force of Union Soldiers Has Been Spotted and He will Take Slaves to Destroy the Rail Road 200
103 Congressional Document Signed “J.J. Hooper” Secretary of Congress 100
104 Letter Signed on Treasury Department Letterhead 90
105 Rare South Carolina Enlistment Form 190
106 Confderates Thank Woman for Her Devotion to Soldiers PASS
107 Purchase Order for Commissary Stores PASS
108 The Confederate States Constitution Printed On The Front Page This Mississippi Newspaper 200
109 North Carolina State Convention - Joins the Confederacy 180
110 31st Virginia Document Signed by General William Jackson 350
111 Laying Out Pickets on the Day of the Battle of Falling Waters 120
112 I Was Shot At By The Yankee Pickets. Thank God They Did Not Hit Me. 325
113 He Went the Farthest At Gettysburg During Pickett’s Charge PASS
114 Confederate Medical Appointment 200
115 Pro Secession Baltimore Item PASS
116 The CSA Provisional and Permenent Constitutions PASS
117 Famous Slave Owner Charles Charles Aglionby Claims Robert Patterson's Army "Steals" Two of His Slaves 450
118 Rare Confederate Imprint 80
119 He Was Stonewall Jackson’s Chief of Artillery - Writes Colonel Ashby 325
120 Confederate Soldier Writes the Governor PASS
121 Confirmation of General Dunovant and Colonel Ripley PASS
122 Wife in Atlanta Writes Her Soldier Husband About Her Prayers for His Safety After 1st Manassas PASS
123 General Danville Leadbetter Signed Document PASS
124 Group of Confederate Issued Bonds 170
125 Confederate Loyalty Document Signed by General William Terry of the Stonewall Brigade 120
126 Confederate Secretary of War Says No Reward for Captured Deserters 50
127 $1000 Bond for the Committee of Public Safety 275
128 Turner Ashby Impresses Horses PASS
129 Rebel Surgeon Signs Parole PASS
130 “Proceed With Your Wagon Train By the Direct Route...” 70
131 Army of Northern Virginia Pass 110
132 Colonel John Adams Reports to General Ruggles 375
133 Charleston Confederate Newspaper 50
134 Scarce Tennesse Confederate Newspaper Just before It’s Suspension 650
135 37th Georgia Confederate Soldier's Archive Who Was Killed In Action At Missionary Ridge 1200
136 CSA Congressman Applauds The CSA Conscription Act While Promoting Col. Francis M. Walker's Promotion PASS
137 Confederate Money Group PASS
138 General Forrest Applies to General Bragg for 3,000 More Cavalry ... to Strike the Enemy Immediately 170
139 Missiouri Confederate Says the State Has Become Infected with “Nigger on the Brain” Due to Lincoln’s Emancipation 200
140 Hiring Slaves in Confederate Virginia PASS
141 Confederate Captain Elliot Johnston Describes his Amputated Leg in Great Detail PASS
142 Scarce Stonewall Jackson Item 110
143 Confederate Shotgun Purchase Receipt 100
144 Jubal Early-signed cards 700
145 Confederate Georgia Slave Picked Cotton Document PASS
146 Continued Arrival of Wounded from the Field PASS
147 Broadsheet Bears Countersigns PASS
148 Confederate Document Reimbursing Slave Owner for Use of his Servant 100
149 Impressment Receipt Lists Three Slaves by Name 160
150 Conscript Discharged from Arsenal 60
151 Lt. B.F. Haller States All Persons in Memphis Have Taken the Oath Including Women 100
152 After Losing His Arm at Gettysburg A Georgian Is Forsaken By His Captain! 100
153 I Was Going To Start…But I felt So Weakly And Puny…I Thought I Would Put It Off Another Week. 100
154 Confederate Prisoners of War PASS
155 CDV of Stonewall Jackson and More PASS
156 Confederate Navy General Order 200
157 Governor Brown of Georgia Broadside 450
158 Jefferson Davis' "State of the Confederacy" PASS
159 Rare Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan Raid Parole Document 1100
160 Confederate Soldiers Letter PASS
161 Alexander Wise Signed Confederate Cover PASS
162 Dr. S.P. Moore Signed Confederate Document PASS
163 Holly Springs, Mississippi Is Overrun By "Yankee Thieves." 400
164 He Survived Gettysburg - 26th North Carolina Autograph PASS
165 Gettysburg POW and More PASS
166 Prisoners at Johnson Island 75
167 6th NC and Other POWs PASS
168 Four Gettsyburg POWs and One of Morgan’s Men PASS
169 Confederate POW Autographs PASS
170 Prisoner of War at Johnson Island PASS
171 “...You will at once have all the tents of your brigade...” 50
172 General L.S. Baker Reports on the 68th North Carolina PASS
173 Officers Not Required to Stop Here for Passports PASS
174 Exchange Certificate From the Confederate States’ Depositor 50
175 Steamer Beauregard Will Transport Gun Carriages 100
176 Document Related to Slaves and Their Values 140
177 Jefferson Davis Wants an Honorable Peace PASS
178 Army of Northern Virginia Discharge 60
179 “...You are better able to judge than I can be of the movements necessary...” 170
180 POW 57th NC Soldier With Great Battle Record States He will Not be a Traitor to His Country nor His God PASS
181 3rd South Carolina POW Letter 100
182 Confederate Report of the Postmaster General PASS
183 Army of Northern Virginia Transfers An Unfit For Duty Soldier 50
184 “Confederate Tax on Soldiers Tax” PASS
185 South Carolina Orders for Soldier Transfers 70
186 Southland Spirituals PASS
187 General Lee Telegram 120
188 Pass for Greenlee Davidson Signed by S.B. French 100
189 A Confederate General Files For The Loss of His Slave "Robert." 275
190 A Vicksburg POW Laments His Fate At The Hands of A "Very Savvy Fellow" Deserter 100
191 Writing To Gen. Breckinridge: He Is A Loyal Southerner While Kentucky's Military Governor Declares Him "The Most Dangerous Man Left In The State!" 250
192 Confederate Money PASS
193 Confederate Slave Pass PASS
194 Confederate Necessity Paper Letter 90
195 Confederate Telegraph Between Generals Pillow and Beauregard PASS
196 Mayor Charleston Signed Letter 1864 110
197 Rare Tyler, Texas Prisoner of War Letter and More PASS
198 Parole for an Officer in Armistead’s Cavalry Signed by General Red Jackson PASS
199 The Last Confederate Newspaper Printed In the Confederate Capital of Richmond PASS
200 This Confederate Newspaper Carries A Full Printing of General Lee’s Surrender Order, Order No. 9 400
201 Certificate of Release From Point Lookout Prison 375
202 Winchester Virginia Parole 110
203 This Ex-Confederate Will: "Support All…Proclamations…With Reference To The Emancipation Of The Slaves." 160
204 A Rebel Soldier Memorializes Stonewall Jackson and This His Poem Was "Captured" At Rappahannock Station PASS
205 Georgia Notes PASS
206 Autograph of General Jubal Early 300
207 Confederate Florida Imprint PASS
208 Confederate Document From March 1865 PASS
209 Rare Camden, S. C. Newspaper With Sultana Disaster & "Death of Slavery" Parade Held at Charleston Content PASS
210 In 1860 He Achieved the Rank of Brigadier General as Quartermaster General of the U.S. Army. 150
211 Very Rare Appomattox Court House Parole 1800
212 C.G. Memminger Signed Document PASS
213 General M.D. Ector Signed Document PASS
214 Governor Joe Brown ALS 160
215 General Charles Miller Shelley ALS PASS
216 Book Listing of Confederate Staff Officers PASS
217 Six Confederate Soldiers Records PASS
218 Commemorative “General R.E. Lee’s Farewell Address” PASS
219 He Squashed the New York Draft Riots PASS
220 General Henry Halleck Signed Check 50
221 1859 Oberlin Church - The Town that Started the Civil War! - Letter by H. J. Fuller, Talks of John Browns Raid & College Buildings being Built 200
222 Fine Letter Pertaining to the John Brown Rebellion PASS
223 General Sherman Orders Pertaining to Contraband Labor 100
224 Union Pass Largely Signed by Drake De Kay 100
225 Defense of the Constitution PASS
226 4th Vermont Infantry Letter - Measels 50
227 Union Soldier’s Letter - Goes After 100 CSA Cavalrymen 100
228 Confederates Poison Union Soldiers in St. Louis PASS
229 Coal Producing Letter 50
230 Autographs of Generals 100
231 "Duryée's Zouaves" - Period Manuscript Poem 130
232 11th Massachusetts Documents 50
233 Meeting "Uncle Abe" Lincoln & A Secesh Flag Flies Defiantly In Alexandria Days Before Ellsworth's Death 550
234 Very Rare "ARMORY WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY" Brevet Brigadier General's Letter 750
235 One of The Camden Zouaves Is Drummed Out of Camp 140
236 One of Beauregard's Spies Is Captured Near Fairfax Court House 325
237 Rebel Shells Fall Upon Their Camp On Meridian Hill In Late '61 375
238 Old Abe Lincoln and Family At Grand Review; A Pregnant New Jersey Soldier Gives Birth While On Picket Duty 900
239 Rare 6th United States Cavalry Generals McClellan & JEB Stuart Father-In-Law Grand Review Letter 150
240 Great Baltimore Riots Letter and More in this Correpsondance Group 500
241 Davis Dressed As A Woman PASS
242 Songwriter A. Judson Higgins ALS 110
243 The Biggest Autograph of Drake DeKay 60
244 Rare 1862 Libby Prison Narrative: "PRISON-LIFE in the TOBACCO WAREHOUSE at RICHMOND." PASS
245 41st Pennsylvania Letter Group 1600
246 1st D.C. Cavalry ALS 900
247 Colonel Devine Signed Card 75
248 1st Pennsylvania Letter PASS
249 Chrisitan Tracts 160
250 Zouave Certificate PASS
251 General Duryea Sends Troops to President Lincoln PASS
252 Printed "First Call" Michigan Volunteer Broadside! PASS
253 Colorful Battle Scene Stationery: "The Rally Cry of Freedom." 100
254 Lincoln's First Sec. of War Cameron Issues A Pass To His Successor 275
255 6th Connecticut Naval Letter PASS
256 6th Connecticut Soldiers Letter PASS
257 6th Connecticut Hilton Head Slave Letter 250
258 6th Connecticut Letter with Good South Carolina Slave Content PASS
259 6th Connecticut Letter on Slaves 450
260 6th Connecticut Letter Group PASS
261 Federal Teamster is Found Guilty of Murdering a “colored man” 100
262 Charlestown, Massachusetts Broadside 50
263 General Naglee Wants the Contrabands Rounded Up 100
264 Virginia Has His Property Snatched for “Treason” PASS
265 War-date Union Pass 60
266 Miss Hawkes Has Served As Nurse Without Pay 50
267 Lists “Spies to be Tried by U.S. Court” PASS
268 Battle of Island No. 10 80
269 Governors of New England PASS
270 The Dark Skinned "Dutch" of Maryland Ignore The Passing Union Troops 100
271 Setting A Virginia Farmer Straight After Stealing All His Apples; His Colored Cook Named Rose; The Army's Destruction Desolates The Countryside 100
272 Great Description of Teamster Accoutrements and Commands 100
273 Graphic Battle of Fredericksburg Letter: Pvt. Paul Brown Was Struck In The Temple and Killed Instantly PASS
274 Rare Rebecca Rouse U. S. Sanitary Commission Letter PASS
275 The Battle of West Point, Virginia: "We Jumped Up And Fixed Our Bayonets To Receive Them." 150
276 Poor Fellows Are Buried In Far Away Virginia Soil 130
277 Their Division Is Presented With Two Whitworth Guns 140
278 Writing From The Battlefield of Williamsburg On Captured Confederate Clothing Account Form 400
279 The 6th New Jersey Loses Many During The Battle of Williamsburg, Va. 350
280 Helping Save The Day During The Battle of Seven Pines 250
281 Reporting On The 2nd Bull Run Battles Including Chantilly, Kearney's Death and Hooker's Promotion 400
282 Union Officers Abuse Hospital Whiskey Rations 100
283 Arming The 6th New Jersey With Muskets & Ammunition While The Battle of Williamsburg Raged! 100
284 Feigning Being Wounded To Escape Fredericksburg's Bloody Battlefield! 650
285 Rare Jeff Davis Large Format Cover PASS
286 The Emancipation For Slaves Will Only Be Done By Fighting; The Battle of Stones River Looms and Southern Spies Dupe Union Officers 300
287 Private Arthur W. Currier 1st Mechanics & Engineers Service Archive 250
288 13th Massachusetts Vols Letter PASS
289 5th West Virginia Surgeon Writes of the Battle of Cross Keys 250
290 The Music Of the War PASS
291 Three Unique War dated Music Sheets 120
292 Looking For A Mandolin While The Battle of Murfreesboro Opens 100
293 Rare Piece of Patriotic "Death of Col. Elmer E. Ellsworth" Stationery With Soldier's Letter On Siege of Yorktown PASS
294 Brevet Major and Brigadier General William H. Morris CDV and Clipped Signature 100
295 Soldier Shot “...would not halt for any Northern son of a bitch...” PASS
296 “...A rocket has been sent up by the enemy in the direction of Edward Ferry...” 50
297 Dress Parades and Morning Reports 50
298 Group of Four Songsheets PASS
299 Group of 10 Song Sheets PASS
300 Union Song Sheet, “The Slain at Baltimore” PASS
301 Two Substitute Documents 190
302 5 War-Date Telegrams 50
303 The Battle of Irish Bend 400
304 Civil War Treasury Documents 50
305 Killed at Pea Ridge PASS
306 Death to Traitors PASS
307 Tennesse Man Takes the Union Oath PASS
308 Union Pillagers Are Caught and Fined By General Vinton During Pre-Fredericksburg Maneuvers 100
309 Shoulder Straps Compelled Me To Help Throw Up Breastworks Says He,"You Are Always Playing Off." 100
310 Their Reconnaissance Fails Because of JEB Stuart 140
311 Burnside Seeing Things In A Rosy Light Before Setting Off On The Mud March 100
312 Stuck In The Mud With Burnside In Virginia 100
313 Stoneman Circles The Enemy While The Army Applauds The Conscription Act 100
314 His Color Company Gets Slaughtered At The Battle of Chancellorsville 250
315 The Vice President's Son & Deserters Have No Sympathizers Here 110
316 Army Chaplains "Causes More To Sin Than He Saves." PASS
317 A Teenager Shots His Sister Through The Bowels; Life In The Army "Is All Cursing And Some Bad Language." PASS
318 Poor Private Barton "Fell Over…In A Sort of Fit" and Died Suddenly 100
319 Flogging Black Teamsters: "This Is The Way That Lincoln's Proclamation Takes Effect" During Burnside's Mud March 400
320 The Sutler Knows When To Show Up In Their Camp PASS
321 Vivid Description of Private Toms Funeral Procession and Burial; Breaking Up The Army of the Potomac…His Choice For An Envelope Says It All…"In [McClellan] We Place Our Trust." PASS
322 Deserters, If They Get Away, Are Thought To Have Done "A Big Thing...Let Those That Like Negroes Fight For Them." PASS
323 Picket Post Duty; Their Duty Outlined; Lice and The Civilians From The North Flock Into Their Camps PASS
324 McPherson Gets A Suit of "Citizen's" Clothes In Order To Deserter; Forced To Participate In The Company's Raffle PASS
325 Hard Labor, Branding The Letter "D", Bread and Water & Dishonorable Discharges Face The Army's Deserters PASS
326 A Union Patrol Captures "50 Negroes" & The Soldiers Cant Live Without Lice PASS
327 A Unique Perspective of This War Of: "Brother With Brother And Friend With Friend." 300
328 A Grueling March Towards The Capitol & Maryland During The Opening of The Gettysburg Campaign PASS
329 Stonewall Jackson's Destruction of The Railroad On The 2nd Bull Run Battlefield Remains Visible Nearly A Year Later 100
330 Reporting On Their March To Gettysburg While The Battle Raged! PASS
331 Losing His Money While Acting As Rear Guard Following The Battle of Gettysburg 150
332 Capturing Thousands of Rebels After Gettysburg While Losing His Money! 160
333 The 6th Corps Helps Save The Day At Gettysburg and Guarding POWs From Lee's Army While A Reb General Tearfully Calls Their Losses There 300
334 Kindly Free Black Woman "Aunt Sally" Takes In The Union Picket Men. Her Life Is Not Easy Under "Secesh" Rule 325
335 Urging His Brother To Use The Money He Sends To Buy A Substitute PASS
336 The Generals Sponsor A Drunken Spree At Their Men's Expense, But He Is "Bound To Shoot Every Man…That Is Trying To Break Up This Government." PASS
337 Patriotic Speeches After Gettysburg Are Given Upon A Flag Draped Stage PASS
338 Col. French Is Presented With A Sword; Whiskey Is Supplied For The Occasion While The 11th and 12th Corps Move South PASS
339 The Bristoe Station Campaign; Squealing On His Friends-Albert "Swears A Good Deal"; Bragg Reinforces Lee While "Getting In Company With Bad Women…Are Not Allowed In The Army." PASS
340 Lee's Rebels Employ Sherman's "Bowtie" Style of Railroad Destruction Nearly A Year Before The March To The Sea! PASS
341 Gambling-Deserters Are Branded With The Letter "D"; The Vices Of Army Life "Makes Me Sick." PASS
342 Sedgwick Dresses As A Private To Reconnoiter The Rebel Lines At Mine Run-Reports Back To Meade He Will Lose Half His Men In The Charge PASS
343 Anti-Jeff Davis Northern Fort Sumter Propaganda Card 200
344 Northern "Black" Dialect Poem: Happy Land of Cannan PASS
345 De Arbe Tents Are Lost During The battle of Chancellorsville 100
346 Fighting Joe Hooker Tries to Stem The Tide In Desertions From The Army of the Potomac Following Chancellorsville 100
347 Rare Brevet Brigadier General James Cuffe Briscoe Signed Third Corps Document 50
348 On to Gettysburg 200
349 Soldier Writes of Confederate Slaves Fleeing their Masters PASS
350 Gettysburg Letter Group 250
351 Rare 16th Vermont Regimental Booklet & Their Role In Helping Win The Battle of Gettysburg PASS
352 USS Monitor Sponsor and Builder John Augustus Griswold PASS
353 Brigadier General Nathaniel McLean Postal Cover Collection PASS
354 A Dry Goods Business Owner "Needs A Young Man Badly." 550
355 No Lot PASS
356 General Thomas Ruger War-date Letter PASS
357 7th Connecticut Vols Letter from Florida PASS
358 Colonel Rush Hawkins ALS PASS
359 The Comet PASS
360 Broadside Extra: Slaves Are Called To Fight For Their Freedom In Kentucky 7000
361 A Mississippi Captain Is Shorted Arms and Accoutrements 100
362 Magnus Poem "The Prisoner Free" with Judson Kilpatrick Portrait 100
363 Brevet Brigadier General John C. Kelton Cabinet Card and Clipped Signature 150
364 Soldier Discharged for Gun Shot Wound PASS
365 Furlough of Veteran Volunteers 50
366 Group of 7 Song Sheets 50
367 3rd Pennsylvania Artillery Letter re”Runkle’s Nxxxxr Battery; PASS
368 The Battle Cry of Freedom 110
369 Civil War Justice PASS
370 Confederate Parole from Missiouri PASS
371 Washington DC Civil War Photographers Pass PASS
372 Prosecuting for Desertion PASS
373 Court of Inquiry Ordered by Lincoln for the Conduct of Generals at Chicamauga 100
374 Fake News In 1864; Rebel Deserters Are "Very Ignorant"; Nicknamed "Pointer"; If He Gets Married He Will Marry As A Gold Digger 225
375 Battle of Winchester Song Written By 126th Ohio Battle Veteran PASS
376 A 4th Minnesota Soldier On The South's "Yellow Backed Husbands." 100
377 Mobile Bay Naval Hero's Signature Lt. Commander Pierre Giraud 50
378 Battle of Spotsylvania Court House: "I carried through the fight" A Captured Rebel Flag and Had His Horse "Shot Under Me!" 300
379 The Fraternizing Between The Pickets "Had To Be Stopped." 120
380 Rebel Sharpshooters Fire Their Whitworth Bullets Towards The Union Lines 150
381 The Army's Presidential Votes "Shows You What We Think of…Democratic Political Demonstrations" and He Saves The Life of His Fellow Staff Officer 150
382 Union General Foster Charges All "Idle" White and Black Citizens With Prostitution PASS
383 In 1864's Presidential Campaign Michigan's Soldiers Are Fighting For: "The Land of The Free and The Home of The Brave." 250
384 A Tennessee Cavalryman Lambastes His Commanders In A Printed Letter To Major General "Geo. H. Thomas." PASS
385 A Tennessee Unionist Is Captured By Breckinridge's Confederate. He Is Perfectly Willing To Swear Allegiance To The Confederacy 650
386 War-Date CSA General Basil W. Duke Autograph Endorsement Signed Leave of Absence 950
387 Recruiting Imprint PASS
388 Getting "F-cked"; School House Girls & Rebel Bushwhackers Leave Their Victims For Hog Meat 500
389 1864 Presidential Campaign Connecticut Election Broadside PASS
390 A Great Collection of 1st Kansas "Iron Clad" Colored Troop Volunteers Covers 150
391 7th Massachusetts Letter PASS
392 General John P. Hatch Writes from Hilton Head, South Carolina, About Troop Transportation PASS
393 14th Rhode Island Heavy Artillery Letter from the U.S. Steamer Housatonic 750
394 General Gordan War-date Letter with Content PASS
395 1st Pennsylvania Soldiers Letter PASS
396 PeriodLocal Printing Of Chambersburg Burning 120
397 Period Gettysburg Battlefield Map 70
398 Cavalry General James Wilson Is Given A Command By Grant PASS
399 A Heavy Artillery Major Dresses As A Private After Cold Harbor; Dodging The Rebel Whitworth's Shells; Tearing Down Rebel Forts and A Question About A Private's Disappearance! 250
400 West Virginia Governor F.H. Pierpont Writes of Debts Incurred During the Rebellion PASS
401 War-era Document for Discharge PASS
402 Everyone Gets Drunk At News of Lee’s Surrender 275
403 87th Illinois Surgeon’s Letter - Tries To Send A Body Home PASS
404 Mourning Abraham Lincoln and More PASS
405 General Hardee Requests to Meet with Admiral Dahlgren 100
406 Certificates Call for Paying Enlisted Men PASS
407 “The Trial of Charles Winslow, Supposed to be a Rebel Spy.” 100
408 Generals Sherman, Grant and Sheridan! 100
409 Field Printed Farewell Orders for the 24th Army Corps by Major General John Gibbon PASS
410 Virginia Cavalry Parole 150
411 10th Connecticut Letter on the Fall of Richmond PASS
412 116th Ohio Infantry Muster Roll 375
413 They Helped Make "The Rebel Genl. Lee Feel Very Bad" At The Battle of Fort Stedman 225
414 Celebrating Lee's Surrender-The Death of the Confederacy "Gave Freedom To The Slave." 375
415 An Andersonville POW Victim Is Forgotten By His Commander! PASS
416 Civil War Surgery 425
417 US Colored Troops Officer PASS
418 George Meade Signed Pass 425
419 U.S. Grant Ephemeral Group PASS
420 After Lee's Surrender "The "Black Legs…Grow More Self Righteous Every Day and Say That We Copperheads Must Skedaddle." PASS
421 After Falling In Love With A Thirteen-Year-Old This Union Soldier Needs To Get Out Of Town! PASS
422 Desirable Confederate General's Photograph-Biography Reference 130
423 Collection Michigan Engineers Grand Army of The Republic Pieces PASS
424 Clara Barton War-date ALS PASS
425 Occupied Union Pass PASS
426 Dahlgren LS PASS
427 Nice grouping of Newspapers With Period Provannace PASS
428 The Philadelphia Newspaper Issues A Gift PASS
429 NY Cavalryman Writes of the End of the War PASS
430 New York Volunteer Bounties PASS
431 Southern Loyalists PASS
432 1868 Campaign Advertisement PASS
433 The Death of General Ward PASS
434 Gettysburg Campaign Cavalry Brigade Commander's Signature 70
435 General Henry Benham Writes of The Day He Entered Petersburg 180
436 Another Senator Hawley grouping 50
437 Soldiers Takes Oath of Allegiance PASS
438 The Only Union Officer To Receive The Medal of Honor For Action Against Rebel Guerrilla William Quantrill 50
439 Hawkins Zouave PASS
440 GAR Song Book PASS
441 On The Steps Og Robert E. Lee’s Arlington Home 850
442 The CSA President 50
443 He Surrendered at Bennett Place near Durham Station, North Carolina PASS
444 Writer of the Confederate Constitution 350
445 Union Pass on Yellow Stock 90
446 Premature End of the War 50
447 Shattered Image Of Jefferson davis PASS
448 USS Monitor Gutta Percha case 150
449 American Flag Flys High on This Gutta Percha Case PASS
450 All the Patriotic Elements Are Present On This PASS
451 Union Soldier Tintype with Dress Sword PASS
452 The Federal Generals 120
453 He Also Surrendered to General Sherman in North Carolina in April 1865. 90
454 Last Photgraph of Stonewall Jackson-Tintype 250
455 General Longstreet Chromolithograph PASS
456 Pair CDVs: (2) Robert E. Lee and George B. McClellan 100
457 The Domestic Blockade PASS
458 A terrific close-up of five men including an African American "dining" in camp PASS
459 Confederate Soldier Tintype of Ambrotype 100
460 Union Soldiers Tintype 150
461 Union Office Tintype PASS
462 Mixed Media Civil War Images PASS
463 Pair of General George B. McClellan CDVs 50
464 Collection of Four Civil War General CDVs 50
465 Colonel Pierson Signed CDV 200
466 He Authored Manifest Destiny PASS
467 The Highest Ranking Confederate Officer 100
468 He Was An Escort for the Lincoln's Body from the Petersen House, where the President died, to the White House 150
469 President Lincoln Appointed Banks, Over The West Point Regulars, As One of the First Political Major Generals PASS
470 He Distinguished Himself at the Battle of Chickamauga. 150
471 Buell Led Union Armies in Two Great Civil War Battles—Shiloh and Perryville. 100
472 His Unauthorized 1862 Order Emancipating Slaves in Three Southern States Was Immediately Rescinded By Lincoln 150
473 Rousseau Was Reprimanded For Attacking Congressman Josiah Bushnell Grinnell With His Cane 100
474 Butler Held A Leadership Role in the Impeachment of President Andrew Johnson. PASS
475 1863 Attack on Port Hudson, Sherman was Severely Wounded, Which Led to the Amputation of His Right Leg. 100
476 German Born American Civil War General PASS
477 Lincoln Defeats McClellan 50
478 Morgan was killed in action in September 1864. PASS
479 General William T. Sherman Demands That "Total War" To Felt By Atlanta Families 180
480 Union Soldier Tintype of Seated Private Wearing "Gault" Style Campaign Badge 170
481 Jefferson Davis Abandoning Richmond PASS
482 Mrs. Davis Warns PASS
483 Likely Insinuating The Jeff Davis Is Dressing As A Woman PASS
484 CDV: Jeff Davis in Petticoats Holding a Bowie PASS
485 John Wilkes Booth Just Prior to Devilish Act 110
486 Salt Print Photograph of Civil War Surgeon S. Compton Smith and Signed by Him PASS
487 General Sherman Tintype 200
488 The Abolitionist Beecher PASS
489 Rare Medical Civil War CDV PASS
490 He is Best Known for his Historical Adventure Story, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ 150
491 Perhaps the Best Known Clergyman of the War PASS
492 Nicknamed "Kilcavalry" For Using Tactics Considered as Reckless 50
493 He was Wounded at Fort Donelson PASS
494 He is remembered for his order at the Battle of Mobile Bay usually paraphrased as "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead" 200
495 Group of NINE United States Generals PASS
496 Was the 1st Italian American to be Elected to the United States House of Representatives, 100
497 He died in Washington, D.C., two weeks after stepping down from the Senate. PASS
498 Fort Sumter Cabinet Card PASS
499 Maryland Militia Coat PASS
500 First to Refuse 50
501 42nd Mass ID Badge 625
502 He Beat Lincoln On the First Ballot, With173½ votes to Lincoln's 102, 100
503 Lincoln’s First Election Is Reported PASS
504 Meeting President Elect Abraham Lincoln In Illinois November 23, 1860 300
505 Democratic Candiate Douglas Artifact 330
506 Southern Democratic Candiate Breckenridge Artifact 300
507 A Great Abraham Lincoln Beardless Photograph PASS
508 Lincoln’s Compensated Emancipation - President Lincoln’s Second State of the Union Message PASS
509 Group of Three Lincoln Song Sheets 120
510 Soldiers Daily Prayer....Abraham Lincoln....Soldiers....Negroes 200
511 Abraham Lincoln Classic Albumen Portrait PASS
512 The FIRST PRINTING of the Gettysburg Address 4500
513 Cabinet Card of a Seated Simon Cameron by Brady 100
514 Lincoln and Washington Medalet in Silver PASS
515 Lincoln for President PASS
516 Broadside Supports Lincoln’s 2nd Election 100
517 Abe Lincoln's Union Wagon 1864 Presidential Campaign Song Sheet 100
518 Musician Present at Lincoln Assassination 50
519 This Lincoln Shooting Newspaper Was Printed Before The Death Announcement ... “We go to press without knowing the exact truth...” 700
520 One Of The Most Graphic Newspapers of the Lincoln Assassination PASS
521 Newspaper Reports President Lincoln Dead in Their 9:00 Extra Issue. PASS
522 He Killed President Lincoln 475
523 Manuscript Diary of Rev. Archibald Kenyon On Lincoln Assassination, Slavery, The Civil War, Etc. 500
524 John Wilkes Booth "The Assassin" Tintype 600
525 President Lincoln Wall Arifact PASS
526 Scarce Mary Todd Lincoln Photograph 1200
527 Scarce Black Bordered Lincoln Photograph PASS
528 CDV of John Wilkes Booth PASS
529 Lincoln’s Horse Hair 160
530 A Stunning Emancipation Proclamation Abraham Lincoln Memorial Ribbon PASS
531 Lincoln Memorial Broadside With a Tipped Photograph PASS
532 He Advises Of Booth’s Killing 325
533 Lincoln To Lay In State At Philadelphia PASS
534 Only A Day After The Assassination, The Herald Clearly Reports The Chaos PASS
535 1865 Patriotic Lincoln Mourning Songsheet PASS
536 1865 Lincoln Black Bordered Mourning Songsheet PASS
537 The Nation Mourns Lincoln Portrait Assassination Song Sheet PASS
538 Lincoln’s Ally Passed the 13th Amendment as Speaker of the House PASS
539 John Hay Private Secretary To President Lincoln PASS
540 Edwin Booth & Daughter Edwina CDV PASS
541 Founder of the Republican Party PASS
542 He Was on Stage at Assassination 225
543 Algeraian Briar Lincoln Pipe PASS
544 Lincoln Figural Pipe PASS
545 The French Revolution PASS
546 French Revolution Document PASS
547 Uncle Sam Wants Reimbursement From Georgia PASS
548 Camp Plattsburg War of 1812 Document 100
549 Document Signed by Benjamin Helm PASS
550 This Newspaper Was Established For The Sole Purpose of Reporting The War of 1812 PASS
551 Group of War of 1812-era Letters PASS
552 13th Kentucky Militia 120
553 “I am here in the Midst of Fight & Blood ...” 100
554 Sanitary Concerns Are First and Foremost During The Reconstruction of Augusta Arsenal 425
555 He Presided Over The Removal Of the Indians From Georgia PASS
556 Pension Document for Wounded Soldiers PASS
557 Second Seminole War Augusta Arsenal For "Preventing and Suppressing Indian Hostiles." 200
558 Letter Group to Secretaries of War, Navy PASS
559 Group of (8) Letters Signed by Philip Falkerson Voorhees PASS
560 General Scott Imposes Martial Law in Mexico City PASS
561 General George Washington Morgan Signed Document PASS
562 In 1828 Harpers Ferry's Arsenal Tapes Its Armorers To Refit Outdated Arms At Augusta Arsenal Is Taped 325
563 69th New York PASS
564 Textile - “The Battle Cry of Freedom” PASS
565 The American Army of Two Woman - 1814 750
566 7th Cavalry Letter on Pursuing Apache Indians in Arizona 135
567 US Coastal Artillery PASS
568 Trench Warfare 50
569 U.S. Army Engineer's World War I notebooks 550
570 The French Printed World War I Issues of American Expeditionary Forces PASS
571 Henry White ALS PASS
572 Heinrich Hoffman Photographed Adolf Hilter Propaganda Booklets PASS
573 Henry Wells Signed American Express Stock and a Merchants Union Express Certificate Issued to J.N. Knapp PASS
574 Charles Faulkner Signed Check PASS
575 Signed by Nelly Bly PASS
576 Wife of Jack London Letter Group 600
577 Amelia Bloomer Autograph PASS
578 Framed Photograph of Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley With Sigs 400
579 Mikal Gorbachev Signed Photograph with Ronald Reagan 150
580 Benjamin Franklin Door Knob PASS
581 Handmade Engraved Spurs PASS
582 General Schuler Hamilton’s Spurs PASS
583 Besty Ross Silk 50
584 350 Year map of Israel 275
585 Over Three Hundred Years Old Engraved Jewish Images PASS
586 Rare Collection of Jewish Printer's Civil War Hospital "Convalescent Camp" Forms PASS
587 Jewish Doctrine PASS
588 Isaac Wise Memorial 200
589 RareTheodor Herzl 1st Edition 500
590 Samuel Holdheim Booklet PASS
591 Lincoln Day Celebration in the Synagogue 100
592 The Truth About the Jew Series 50
593 This Jewish Book Was Never Published PASS
594 Colonial Pennsylvania "Indian Fort" Land Grant By Famed Surveyor John Lukens PASS
595 Maryland Arrest Warrants PASS
596 Full and Complete History of Captain Cook's First, Second, Third and Last Voyages. PASS
597 More 1794 Cook’s Voyage Engravings PASS
598 The Last of the 1794 Cook’s Voyage Engravings PASS
599 Statement of Titles of Indian Land 50
600 Reorts A Shipwreck 50
601 The First Image of the White House PASS
602 President Madison Grants A Patent PASS
603 War of 1812 Sergeant's Appointment 100
604 Kentucky Documents 70
605 1817 Georgia Acts PASS
606 Jackson Signs the Florida Convention 60
607 A Connecticut "Damned Yankee" Finds His Way and Profit in 1830's Kentucky 650
608 Rough Times While Recovering In New Design, Kentucky 500
609 He Has "A Little Ni**er To Wait On Me"-Does Not Feel Well After "An Affair…We Had Amongst The Ni**ers." 500
610 The Slaves Are Treated Kindly In 1837 Kentucky; "Old Davy Crocket"; The Coming Presidential Election-Hurrah For Van Buren." 950
611 Scarce Georgia Imprint - 1837 275
612 “No refuge could save the hireling and slave” PASS
613 Unusual Prisoner Profile PASS
614 Mitchell’s Map of the United States PASS
615 David Crockett’s Book on Van Buren 110
616 Broadside Announcement From The Washington National Monument Society PASS
617 Slavery & Cotton Crops Pre-Occupy This Arkansasian Mind on July 4th, 1849 PASS
618 Miss Fanny Could Not Be Still For A Moment…I Was Under The Painful Necessity of Stripping Her. PASS
619 Maps from 1849 100
620 Soliciting Monies To Finish The Washington Monument PASS
621 Fascinating Steamboat Ticket to the Work House 120
622 He Gave The Other Gettysburg Address PASS
623 Railroad Stock Certificates 160
624 Panama Canal Stock Certificate PASS
625 Rare Union Martyr Col. Elmer Ellsworth Lecture Broadside 150
626 Early Valentine’s Card PASS
627 Pictorial Travel Guide PASS
628 Utah Notes PASS
629 Remembering Purposely Killing A Cat While In Medical School While Running With "Those Old Maids." 100
630 19th Century Advertising Cards 100
631 A Unique Cloth Family Album PASS
632 Alaska Archive With Gold Miner Content PASS
633 Hudson - Fulton Invitation 50
634 Love Mart Movie Card PASS
635 Hemingway Opposes the Facists 50
636 Grapes of Wrath 150
637 You Can’t Cheat Movie Card PASS
638 Giant Lobby Cards PASS
639 Ding Dong PASS
640 Night Watch Lobby Cards PASS
641 Shaker Ambrotype PASS
642 Civil War Play PASS
643 Mission House CDV PASS
644 Gutekunst photo/autograph of famous actor Edwin Forrest PASS
645 One In A Series of Views of Jerusalem CDV PASS
646 The Photographer’s Daughter, Fontinelle Weller Posed as Columbia PASS
647 Firemen Albumen PASS
648 1890's Fireman and His "Pappoose." PASS
649 Traveling in Europe c. 1900 PASS
650 Panama Canal Panoramic Photograph PASS
651 Beautifully Hand Colored Japanese Photographs 750
652 Al Capone Original Photographs 150
653 Celebrity 35mm Color Slides PASS
654 Celebrity 35mm Color Slides PASS
655 Celebrity 35mm Color Slides PASS
656 The Abyss Movie Promotion Group PASS
657 Very Unusual Grouping of Early US Presidents. 50
658 The Democratic 1860 Conventions PASS
659 A Vanity Fair Print of The 1872 Presidential Candidates Horace Greeley & Ulysses S. Grant PASS
660 The First Ladies Photos 50
661 The Presidential Baseball Club Levi Morton Card 110
662 A Pair of Presidential Postcards Satirizing the 1912 Election PASS
663 Referring To William Jenning Bryan’s Famous “Cross of Gold” Speech PASS
664 The 1908 Presidential Election Lampooned PASS
665 The 1908 Horse Race 110
666 Unique Pin Cushioned Post Cards - 1908 PASS
667 Biographical Notes for Cyclopedia PASS
668 Broadside References George Washington’s Resignation From Public Office 100
669 Reporting The Death Of The Father of The Country PASS
670 New York City Honors George Washington PASS
671 Collection of Andrew Jackson Plates by Bernhardt Wall PASS
672 William Henry Harrison 150
673 Death of William Henry Harrison PASS
674 Complete Printing Of George Washington’s First Inauguration Speech 4250
675 The Congressional Electoral Vote For George Washington PASS
676 Martha Washington Agrees That George Washington Will Buried In The New Capitol 300
677 1789 Washington Election Button PASS
678 The 1805 George Washington Eccleston Medal 275
679 Secretary of State James Monroe Requires Confidential Response Just Weeks Before The Brits Burn Washington PASS
680 “James Madison. Fourth President of the United States” PASS
681 Nice Clean James Madison Document Signed As President PASS
682 Pamphlet: Mr. Henshaw's Address PASS
683 Very rare Andrew Jackson Lithograph PASS
684 Rare John Tyler Letter As President PASS
685 1868 Presidential Campaign Grant/Colfax Jugate Portrait Letterhead 100
686 President Grant Offers 1876 Centennial Message 550
687 As the Republican candidate on the "Navy question"-"I hardly think it is likely to be made a matter of controversy in this campaign" PASS
688 Grover Cleveland Signed Document PASS
689 A Limited De Lux Edition 170
690 Truman Acknowledges That He His Not As “efficient as I was in times past." PASS
691 LBJ Dinner Group PASS
692 Ronald Reagan Autograph 100
693 General George Washington Headquarters Wood PASS
694 A Nez Perce Warrior 225
695 On Sitting Bull's lap are staged two symbolic items, a weapon and a peace pipe. PASS
696 Sitting Bull’s Nephew 300
697 Boot Hill - Virginia City Montana PASS
698 He Claimed He Invented the Lightbulb PASS
699 The original ‘King of the Cowboys” 200
700 The Death of Billy the Kid PASS
701 Jesse James Songsheet PASS
702 An Important Front Cover Image of JESSE JAMES PASS
703 Apache Reservation Photograph 200
704 Another Fighting Native American Chief Cabinet Card Photograph 375
705 Very Nice Native American Flutist Photograph 250
706 Great Chocolaty Tones In This Photograph PASS
707 Cabinet Card Photo Identified in the Negative PASS
708 Billy The Kid Was Wounded At His Mill PASS
709 Battle of Big Dry Wash Gallantry Citation PASS
710 The Wild West City of El Paso Will Not Allow Carrying Guns PASS
711 General Sherman Allows His Image For Selling Tobacco PASS
712 An Iconic Image of Geronimo PASS
713 Guarding the Maxican Border Well Over 100 Years Ago 200
714 King of the Cowboys in Lebanon PASS
715 An Extraordinary Image of a True Frontiersman 750
716 A Pair of Signed Photographs by Captain jack Crawford PASS
717 Another Pair of Captain Jack Crawford Cabinet card Phtographs 250
718 The Poet Scout Comments on His Photograph 375
719 Johnson County War Legal Documents PASS
720 The First Man Killed in the Johnson County War AND The Last Man Killed - Brothers PASS
721 The Sheriff Who Hunted Down The Doolin Gang PASS
722 Buffalo Bill - Double Signed Cabinet Card Photograh 450
723 Indian Scouts of the th Cav PASS
724 Rare Photograph Of Outlaw Frank James PASS
725 He Developed the Diving Horse Attraction PASS
726 The Jailer Keys PASS
727 The Bandit King” The Play About Jesse James PASS
728 He Secured the Peaceful Surrender of Geronimo PASS
729 Buffalo Bill’s North Carolina Train Wreck, 1901 PASS
730 Pine Ridge Indians Being Recruited By Buffalo Bill PASS
731 Colorized RPPC Of Not-Afraid-Of-Pawnee PASS
732 The Famous Josey Earp Photo 160
733 Kaloma - Just a Beautiful Image - Rarely Seen In This Format 150
734 Likely used During the Pancho Villa Border Wars PASS
735 The Western Artists Calling Card PASS
736 John L. Sullivan Signed Autograph Card PASS
737 Circa 1938 Clothier Store Advertising Display PASS