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RICHMOND & ATLANTA CIVIL WAR LITHOGRAPH VIEWS

An Exc & striking browntone lithograph showing 11 Civil War views incl 2 of Libby Prison, also the CS Capitol, Richmond, City Point Army Hospital, & 7 views of Federal forts along the Atlanta lines. 29 x 18", from the US Government Official Records of Union & Confederate Archives Civil War Atlas, Govt Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1894. Excellent. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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CIVIL WAR DECORAH IOWA VETERAN SHAVING MUG

I got this Civil War veterans shaving mug from a Decorah Iowa antique shop years ago- a handsome china shaving mug w the owners name in gold wash lettering "AO Ash". It came with the xerox of a 1945 news article "Last Winnesheik County Iowa Veteran Dies", bio & picture of the mug's owner, veteran Ansel O Ash, 47th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, originally from Primrose, Dane County, Wisconsin, who settled in NE Iowa after the Civil War & died in Winnesheik County, Iowa 1945, one of the last veterans. The name on mug is slightly worn but very legible, the mug dates to circa 1890-1920s. No chips or cracks.. Comes w W service info, 1865, Nashville & Tullahoma Tennessee Campaigns. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 135.00

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CAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS CIVIL WAR VETERAN GAR REUNION PHOTO

A rare Civil War veteran related stereoview photo showing the Cambridge, Mass City Hall, festooned w banners & a huge US flag, & a large banner "Welcome Veterans". Rev w period pencil inscr "City Hall, Cambridge Decorated under the direction of Ald Hannum at Grand Army Celebration Oct 1875". Very Good, image by T Lewis, Cambridgeport, Mass. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR VETERAN MEETS GENERAL LEE LETTER

James Boos, a noted early American collector wrote to 100s of Civil War veterans, asking for autographs & recollections of Civil War leaders. 1918 letter from Confederate veteran Clifton Breckenridge, veteran & relative of John Breckinridge, , w cover addressed to Boos, replies that he served as CS Navy cadet & Confederate Courier in Breckinridge's Division, Army of the Tennessee, and met General Lee while a student at Washington College.. Comes w biogr info- Breckinridge was a notable veteran , and member of the Five Civilized tribes Dawes Commission. Vg. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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MISSOURI CIVIL WAR BUSHWHACKER & GUERRILLA ORDER ST LOUIS 1864

An original Civil War General Order, issued at HQ, St Louis, Missouri, June 28, 1864, publishes an address by General William S Rosecrans titled "People of Missouri" calls on Loyal Missourians to establish home guard units for each county, & orders Union commanders to give all possible aid to defense againmst rebel guerrillas & bushwhackers bent on plunder, murder & arson. 2pp 8 x 5" ptd. 2 Punch holes in left margin, Vg overall. This historic order was issued in response to Quantrill & Bloody Bill Anderson's raids.

General Orders were issued to communicate commands and information to the Army. Each order, issued in writing by a command, was then printed for distribution to each unit, either at an army department headquarter or by commanders at local headquarters, sometimes in the field on portable printing presses. The orders were then issued to regiments, often to be read aloud to the troops.
General Orders were printed as issued with date & location; at the end of a year the regimental adjutant might retain them loose or simply string bind them by punching holes and stringing on " red cloth string tape (the source of the old expression "government red tape"). Sometimes an officer or HQ clerk might take a group of orders to a local print shop or bookbinder and have an accumulation bound with leather or cloth covers.
Usually, American Military General Orders of the 19th century including Civil War era were printed on an 8 x 5" sheet of quality rag paper. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 225.00

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FORT SUMTER & MOULTRIE CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA CIVIL WAR VIEWS 1895

A handsome vintage Lithograph showing 11 views of Fort Sumter walls, casemates, guns, parapets, & Forts Moultrie & Battery Beauregard, w heavy damage, 1865. handsome browntone images,.29 x 18", from the US Government Official Records of Union & Confederate Archives Civil War Atlas, Govt Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1894. Exc.,
The Official Records Atlas of the War of the Rebellion constitutes a large Atlas produced by the Government in 1895, with over 170 plates showing detailed lithograph maps and images of locations cited in the Official Records.
The Official Records of the War of the Rebellion is a compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies consist of 128 Reports, a collection of first-hand accounts, General Orders, maps, and correspondence drawn from War Department records of the Union & Confederate governments collected during the Civil War and publ 1881 to 1900. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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BATTLE OF HATCHERS RUN CIVIL WAR NEWS WITH MAP

An original Civil War issue of the New York Herald Oct 31, 1864 featuring the Battle at Hatchers Run, Virginia, w front page 8 x 6 map and large 5th & 9th Corp casualty lists. 8pp vg. A complete issue, inside w War news and many recruiting ads. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 55.00

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LOYALL FARRAGUT CIVIL WAR ADMIRAL SON & US ARMY OFFICER 1867 PHOTO

Lt Loyall Farragut, son of the US Navy's Admiral David G Farragut, entered West Point in 1863, during the Civil War, and served in the US Infantry on graduation. A fine original chestview graduation photo wearing cadet gray. He bears a strong likeness, including his smile, to his papa. A very pleasing oval image on 8 x 11" mat, w later 19th century pencil inscr id. " 'Bricks' Loyall Farragut (Va) Resigned April 25 1872". Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 135.00

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13355

THE BATTLE OF NASHVILLE

Civil War newspaper, the New York Herald, December 24, 1864 with headlines & quote; Thomas- Particulars of Hood's Rout, Nashville" & "Wilmington- Appearance of a Large Fleet", also "Savannah to capitulate". 8pp War news, also Santa Claus visits the Herald Office! Very Good. Also theatre notices incl Edwin Booth's great role as Hamlet. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 55.00 On Hold & Show

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13552

IOWA CIVIL WAR COLONEL JED LAKE 27TH IOWA VOLUNTEERS 1864

Jed Lake served as Lt Colonel of the 27th Iowa, rising to Colonel by War's end. Civil War Union Army Stores List, issued at Memphis, Tennessee, Jan, 1864, for issue to Lt Col Lake. 1p 8 x 14 ptd/ink, sgd by Lake as " Lieut Col, 27th Regt Iowa Inf Vols" Comes w his service data, 1862-65. Colonel Lake, from Independence, Iowa served 1862-65. Archival repair at fold, overall Very Good.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.

Our Price: $ 125.00

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CIVIIL WAR WOMEN RIGHTS ADVOCATE SARAH WILLIS AKA FANNY FERN PHOTO

One of the most notable woman of the day- New Yorker newspaper columnist Sarah Willis, aka, "Fanny Fern", appealed to common women & housewives, and was a strong, early defender of Women's Rights. Civil War CDV photo- wiastview of Fanny, w ptd id caption on mat. No photo imprint. A very scarce image. Comes w biogr info.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.
Our Price: $ 125.00

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13656

US ARMY DRAGOONS MEXICAN WAR LITHOGRAPH

A Handsome original 19 x 13" color lithograph US Dragoon in a confrontation w a Mexican carrying a huge dagger, during the Mexican War, 1846. A fine image, in full color, and exc cond, from Barrie "Army & Navy of the United States, Philadelphia, w 1893 copyright.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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CIVIL WAR GENERAL DAVID STANLEY AUTOGRAPH 1865 TEXAS

General David S Stanley was a noted Civil War & Indian wars Cavalry commander- in 1872 he led the first Yellowstone Expedition. Aug 1865 supply report, issued "In the Field, Texas, sgd on front by Stanley as Major General Commdg the East District of Texas. 10 x 16". 1pp ptd/ink. exc. A scarce field voucher issued during the Comanche Raider campaigns. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 135.00

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CUSTER MASSACRE FIRST NEWS CAPTAIN JOHN S POLAND DAKOTA TERRITORY

Captain John Poland was the Sioux Indian Agency Standing Rock, Dakota Post commander in 1876 and reported the first returning Sioux warrior accounts of the Massacre & verified the role of Crazy Horse & Sitting Bull in the Fight. An original Fort Rice, Dakota Territory US Army Requisition, signed by Poland as Fort Rice Post Commander July, 1878. 1p 8 x 11" ptd/ink signed w bold signature. VG. Poland also served w distinction in the Civil War and became an Army general in the 1890s. VG. (reference "The Custer Myth, Graham). Also sdg by QM Lt William Badger, 6th Infantry.
Our Price: $ 125.00 On Hold & Show

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WHITE CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS COME HOME 1865 GENERAL ORDER

An original Civil War General order issued at HQ New Orleans, Military Division of West Louisiana, May 31, 1865, by Command of Major General ERS Canby announces that all Volunteer units of white troops will immediately be mustered out of the US service, w details. 8 x 5" ptd 1p.

General & Special Orders were issued to communicate commands and information to the Army. Each order, issued in writing by a command, was then printed for distribution to each unit, either at an army department headquarter or by commanders at local headquarters, sometimes in the field on portable printing presses. The orders were then issued to regiments, often to be read aloud to the troops.
General Orders were printed as issued with date & location; at the end of a year the regimental adjutant might retain them loose or simply string bind them by punching holes and stringing on " red cloth string tape (the source of the old expression "government red tape"). Sometimes an officer or HQ clerk might take a group of orders to a local print shop or bookbinder and have an accumulation bound with leather or cloth covers.
Usually, American Military Orders of the 19th century including Civil War era were printed on an 8 x 5" sheet of quality rag paper. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 125.00

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GENERAL JOHN WOOL CONTRABAND & VAGRANT NEGRO LABOR ORDERS 1862

General John Wool issued General Orders # 21 & 22 in March 1862, in an effort to deal with the huge masses of contrabands & vagrant negros at Fortress Monroe. The orders mandated able bodied vagrant contrabands be put to work by the military and paid a fixed wage, with earnings over their cost of living be used to provide for dtstitute contrabands and their children. An original War Department General Order issued by Secretary of War Edmund Stanton, May 2, 1862 directing military commanders in Virginia to observe and enforce Wool's orders 1p 8 x 5" ptd, ink signed by William D Whipple as AAG. VG. Comes w biogr info for General Whipple.
General William Denison Whipple was a noted Indian Fighter in New Mexico, 1850s; when the Civil War erupted, he escaped from Texas after his commander surrendered the US Forces & was distinguished during the Battles of the Atlanta Campaign-Kenesaw Mtn, etc, & the Nashville Campaign. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 250.00

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CIVIL WAR RICHMOND VICTORY ORDER MAINE GENERAL HARRIS M PLAISTED

A fine original Civil War Imprint, issued at "HQ 3d Brigade Before Richmond" March 25, 1865- Colonel HM Plaisted's address to his brigade, incl the 11th Maine, 10th Connecticut t, 24th Massachusetts, 100th New York, and the 206th Pennsylvania , praising their fidelity in the Richmond Campaign, cites their steadfastness, patriotism, courage, their losses in 59 days of battle, including !, names Walthall Junction, Drury's Bluff, Bermuda 100, Deep Bottom, Newmarket Road, etc, etc. A scarce Richmond Siege field imprint, the reverse w ink notation, ids it to HQ "3d Brigade, 1st Div, 24th Army Corps, Before Richmond", March 25, 1865. 1p 9 x 5" ptd/ink. Vg.
General & Special Orders were issued to communicate commands and information to the Army. Each order, issued in writing by a command, was then printed for distribution to each unit, either at an army department headquarter or by commanders at local headquarters, sometimes in the field on portable printing presses. The orders were then issued to regiments, often to be read aloud to the troops.
General Orders were printed as issued with date & location; at the end of a year the regimental adjutant might retain them loose or simply string bind them by punching holes and stringing on " red cloth string tape (the source of the old expression "government red tape"). Sometimes an officer or HQ clerk might take a group of orders to a local print shop or bookbinder and have an accumulation bound with leather or cloth covers.
Usually, American Military Orders of the 19th century including Civil War era were printed on an 8 x 5" sheet of quality rag paper.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.

Our Price: $ 225.00

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CIVIL WAR COMBAT HEROES GENERAL ORDER

An original HQ Army of Potomac field imprint order, March 8, 1865, General Meade names 30+ men honored for heroic acts in Feb 6-8 battles, Hatcher's Run, Rowatawney Creek & Dinwiddie CH, many noncoms, some killed,each named, w unit & details of action.- most are honored for conspicuous bravery, assault on enemy works, saving comrades. 4pp ptd, 8 x 5. Ink spots, VG.
General & Special Orders were issued to communicate commands and information to the Army. Each order, issued in writing by a command, was then printed for distribution to each unit, either at an army department headquarter or by commanders at local headquarters, sometimes in the field on portable printing presses. The orders were then issued to regiments, often to be read aloud to the troops.
General Orders were printed as issued with date & location; at the end of a year the regimental adjutant might retain them loose or simply string bind them by punching holes and stringing on " red cloth string tape (the source of the old expression "government red tape"). Sometimes an officer or HQ clerk might take a group of orders to a local print shop or bookbinder and have an accumulation bound with leather or cloth covers.
Usually, American Military Orders of the 19th century including Civil War era were printed on an 8 x 5" sheet of quality rag paper. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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FORT GAINES MARYLAND

Civil War letter from Fort Gaines, Md officers members of the Court Martial of Lt Andrew Washburn, to John Andrews, Governor of Massachusetts, requesting that Lt Washburn be re-appointed to Army, as "justice & the interest of the service requre it". 1p 8 x 11" copy sgd by lt Charles Howard, w names of officers of the 2nd & 4th NY Artillery signing the petition. Comes w Washburn's service info- he was unfairly accused of treason but later found innocent & reinstated. Vg. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques
Our Price: $ 95.00

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BOSTON THEATRE 1862

Civil War theatre broadside for Boston's famous Boston Academy of Music, presenting ntoed Civil War actors EL Davenport, JW Wallack, & William Wheatley, in Shakespeare's tragedy, 'Julius Caesar", February 18, 1862, w extensive list of cast, & tiny notice that "Colored Persons" will only be admitted to the 2nd tier of the theatre! 19 x 6". Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 195.00

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