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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 13673: IOWA 1864 CIVIL WAR ACTS SLAVERY SOLDIERS  IOWA UNIVERSITY
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IOWA 1864 CIVIL WAR ACTS SLAVERY SOLDIERS IOWA UNIVERSITY

An original printing of The 1864 Acts and Resolutions of the 10th General Assembly of Iowa. Des Moines. 228pp report on acts and legislation enacted by the State legislature, everything from repeal of prohibition of negros from entering the State, to acts providing for discharged soldiers, negro soldiers, bounties, Sanitary Commission, Iowa Colonels, Iowa Agriculture College established, Army chaplains etc. Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 225.00 On Hold & Show

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OREGON PIONEER ORIGINAL SETTLER REUNION RIBBON 1843 TO 1890

A very scarce early Oregon Trail reunion item.ribbon mkd "1843 Oregon Pioneers Association "loyalty to Oregon is Our Motto Not Transferable June 15, 1900" . 7" re/white silk, fair w much wear but very nice lettering & fine for display.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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CIVIL WAR POINT LOOKLOUT MARYLAND US ARMY CAPTAIN INSCRIBED PHOTO

US Army Captain William Albert Jones, West Point Class of 1864 was Assistant Engineer in the building of the defenses of Point Lookout Prisoner of War Camp, Maryland. An original framed chestview image of Jones w 1st lieutenant rank straps indicating the photo was taken circa 1864-66. The front mat is red ink inscribed "Wm A Jones, Capt Engr Corps". Comes w service 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: $ 225.00

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INDIANOLA TEXAS CIVIL WAR OCCUPATION 1861 NEWS

Civil War issue of the New York Illustrated News, for April 6, 1861, featuring front page full cover illus of Mrs Yelverton, key figure in an Infamous Scandal,inside w 12 pp War news incl Horace Greeley, Florida Fugitive Slave, a shipwreck etc, w full page illus of the Federal Forces in Indianola Texas. Complete & Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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13831

PEORIA ILLINOIS STEAMBOAT COMPANY AGENCY NICHOLAS BOILVIN CONTRACT

WC Boilvin was the son of noted Indian Agent Nicholas Boilvin. Halsey O Merriman was the Peoria, Illinois Circuit Court attorney who argued cases against Abraham Lincoln; in 1847 the two formed a Steamboat Company. The original 1847 Articles of Agreement between Boilvin & Merriman forming the "Steamboat Agency", ink signed by both Boilvin and HO Merriman . 4pp ink, 8 x 14" ink.
Our Price: $ 225.00

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INDIAN WARS WHISKY FLASK

Leather & pewter covered glass lined flask for whiskey, 7" tall, w pewter screw cap & pewter cup base, rest leather bound. Cap mkd "MV Ulke's Patent Sept 26, 1866". Glass flask base has maker, "Olry & Co Philada". Custer battlefield survivor, Captain Frederick W. Benteen, 7th Cavalry, carried an identical flask, shown, p 121, in "Cowboy Collectibles & Western Memorabilia", by Ball & Vebell.
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CIVIL WAR UNITED STATES CAVALRY TACTICS MANUAL AUTHOR PHOTOGRAPH

Civil War era CDV photo- chestview of Jean Roemer, author of the Civil War Cavalry Tactics Manual, " The History,Uses & Management of Cavalry in War", publ New York, 1863. Roemer was a noted cavalry officer who emigrated to the US, and his manual was the "Cavalryman's Bible". CDV by Gurney, New York City on original paper mount, latter is ink inscribed "Prof Roemer, a veteran cavalry captain (about 1834) author of the "History,Uses & Management of Cavalry in War" vg. Comes w a copy of a May, 1863 Harpers Weekly advertisement for Roemer's Cavalry Manual. Very Good. A scarce image. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 125.00

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14050

AFRICAN FETISH EBONY HEAD OF A WOMAN

A very handsome carved ebony head of a woman, w elongated earlobes & hair back in a knot. Very nicely carved and shows nice wear, unlike late tourist imitations. This head measures approx 6 x 3", and bears an old label "#6 Tanganyika",and came from the collection of an Iowa Doctor who traveled to Africa in the 1930s.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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14051

CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR MAJOR JOHN WARWICK DANIEL LETTER

Major John Daniel, of Lynchburg, Virginia, served on Jubal Early's staff . 1898 letter from Daniels, Washington, DC, to family friend Captain Charles Ayres, wishes him prosperity 2pp ink, 8 x 5". Family has added an ink notation . "Senator John W Daniels, of Virginia" Very Good. Daniel served on Early's staff incl Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and was severely wounded at Spottsylvania. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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14058

CIVIL WAR FIELD SIGNAL GLASSES

A nice pair of original Civil War binoculars marked "Signal Glass Day & Night" on the eye tubes. Black enamel body & eye shades, gutta percha rotating knob, w leatherette wraps on tube, no wraps on eye shades. Identical pair shown in W.C. Davis "Fighting Men of the Civil War- Union Signal Corp, p. 184 Very Good. No case. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 135.00 On Hold & Show

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14125

CIVIL WAR DANCER CDV PHOTO

A pleasing original Civil War era CDV photo- a full size view of a handsome young woman with a sly grin, seated at a table, wearing a gypsy costume and one leg thrust forward showing her calf and ornate embroidered stocking. Very hot stuff for the look time and an unusually pleasing image. The reverse has imprint by J Gurney & Sons, NY City, and the dancer is pencil inscribed "Mlle Bertha Dec 64". Image very clear and an exceptional pose. Corners clipped. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG CIVIL WAR FIELD ORDER

An original Civil War Army of Potomac field issued General Order, HQ, "Camp near Falmouth, Va", Nov 29, 1862, General Burnside orders Provost Marshals to patrol the country, arrest stragglers,smugglers, spies, protect property, each Army Corp to provide 150 men for Provost Duty, w details. 9 x 6" ptd, 1p. Edge wear, stains. A scarce field imprint, issued during the disastrous Fredericksburg campaign.
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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7440

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK SOLDIERS FAIR NEWS 1865

An original Civil War issue of the Harpers Weekly, April 25, 1865 w full cover illus of Lady Volunteers at the NYC soldiers relief Sanitary Fair. 12pp w 6 full pages illus of scenes at the fair, captured trophy rebel weapons, etc. . Excellent. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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BATTLE OF GAINES MILL VIRGINIA COLOR CIVIL WAR CAVALRY LITHO

An original 1899 color lithograph of a famous Civil War cavalry scene of charging Union cavalry troopers, w caption "US Army Cavalry Charge of the 5th US Regulars, Gaines Mill 1862". Publ by Werner Co, 1899. 16 x 13" Edge wear, minor cuts, Overall VG & suitable for framing.
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: $ 85.00

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14235

PENN-YAN NEW YORK CIVIL WAR NCO OFFICER CDV PHOTOGRAPH

A nice, original Civil War CDV photo- full standing view of a soldier w knee-length frock coat bearing corporals chevrons. Image by JC Mills, Penn-Yan, NY. Very Good. Corners clipped. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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US CAVALRY BALL & CHAIN ORDER CALIFORNIA 1871

An original US Army Indian Wars Order, issued at HQ Dept of California, San Francisco, September 19, 1871 announces that US Cavalry Private John Jones, 8th US Cavalry, aka John Cary, formerly of the 14th US Infantry,sentenced to 3 years hard labor & to wear "a ball weighing 12 pounds attached to his leg by a chain 3 feet long", is restored to his unit, on recommendation of his commanding officer who cites his good conduct, by command of General Ord. 1p 8 x 11" ptd/ink, sgd by Lt Hugh Brown, 12th Infantry. With stamped docket by Captain GC Smith, San Francisco, Sept 22, 1871. 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 & Special 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.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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13000

7TH REGIMENT SHOULDER KNOTS

a lovely pair of officers shoulder knots- gold bullion embroider ropes, w US M 1902 eagle buttons, red velvet disks w numeral "7" and 1st Lieutenant bars. Circa 1910. exc. Approx 6 x 2". The pair
Our Price: $ 150.00

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13784

CIVIL WAR IS OVER SOLDIERS COMING HOME ORDER

An original Civil War War Dept Order, Washington, June 17, 1865, announcing White Volunteer units are to be mustered out and go home, incl details and ptd orders to General Meade, Commanding the Army of the Potomac. 6pp 8 x 5 ptd, w front page ink notation, idds the order "Rec'd Hd Qtrs 11 CV, June 23, 1865. comes w unit info for the 11th Connecticut, a good fighting unit, at Petersburg, Va when this order was received.
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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14331

BATTLE OF ANTIETAM CIVIL WAR BURNSIDES BRIDGE PHOTO

An original 1880s era copy of the Civil War Battlefield photo- a glassplate image of the famous stone bridge, site of some of the bloodiest combat of the Battle of Antietam. Circa 1880s image, 4 x 3", w id label, maker is Th McAllister, NY. CRACK ACROSS FACE, otherwise VG. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques
Our Price: $ 85.00

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14396

MURFREESBORO TENNESSEE 1863 CIVIL WAR IOWA CAVALRY

An original Civil War General Order, issued at HQ Dept of the Cumberland, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, May 23, 1863, charging Private Martin Bowman, 5th Iowa Cavalry w awol and stealing a government horse. 2pp details, & sentence to hard labor at the military prison at Jeffersonville, Indiana, by Order of Major General Rosecrans. 2pp ptd, 8 x 5", w facsimile signature. 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: $ 85.00 On Hold & Show

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