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Military - Us Civil War Era (27 items)

We last updated our site on 17-Sep-2017. The next update is scheduled for 14-Oct-2017.

This listing is mostly military items, paper and books; relating to the Civil War era. Also check out the Harper's Weekly listing on this site which carries hundreds of line art images from the 1860s war years, and the Abraham Lincoln listing at Political: Abraham Lincoln.

 

Item D041Item D041
US Civil War: The Dunker Church, Sharpsburg, MD. 2-fold leaflet gives the history of this church located on the Antietam National Battlefield. Produced at the time of the Antietam centennial by the Church of the Brethren. $2.00


Item D044Item D044
US Civil War: "The Negro in the Civil War" by Herbert Aptheker. 1938. 52p. $15.00


Item D045Item D045
US Civil War: Nice print of Admiral Raphael Semmes (1809-1877). Confederate States Navy. Born in Charles County, Maryland, resided in Mobile. Semmes led the Confederate destroyer "Alabama" on an incredible 75,000 mile journey in which it sank or captured 60 Union ships. Round 5-1/2" diameter. $10.00


Item D046Item D046
US Civil War: "The War 1861-1865 as depicted in prints by Currier and Ives" 36p illus. c. 1960 by Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. Nice book. $5.00


Item D048Item D048
US Civil War: Box of 12 Gettysburg Scenes full color watercolor correspondence notes w/envelopes in orig, illus. box. Nice views of the various monuments, etc. from around the battlefield. Estimate circa 1930s. $5.00


Item D051Item D051
US Civil War: Line art sketch of Major-General Benj. F. Butler. The Union General was relieved of his duty late in the Civil War and ran in 1884 as the National Greenbacks Presidential candidate. His signature is printed on the sketch; includes actual clipped signature signed "Yours truly, Benj. F. Butler." $35.00


D0052B
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine. September 1986. Features include: Sallie Cargill JOnes, Brigadier General Edward Asbury O'Neal, Wilcox True Blues, 150 Years of Alabama Poetry, Confederate Artists, Republic of Alabama Flag, The Grey Clad Hero, Ingenuity Saves Wilcox County Records, Children of the Confederacy. Jefferson Davis, First and only President of the Confederate States of America, is pictured on the cover. $4.00


D0052D
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine, October 1987. Features include: A Legacy of the Confederacy and Its Daughters for the Space Age, Randolph Relief Recipients, Traveling with the President General, The Art of Espionage-Tar Heel Style, The Letters of Charles E. Brown CSA, "A Durn Handsom Gal"-The UDC at the North Carolina Soldiers' Home, Children of the Confederacy. $4.00


D0052E
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine. October 1986. Features include: The Boy Colonel and the 26th Regiment, The Story of the North Carolina Monument at Gettysburg, The Confederate Navy and the Charlotte Confederate Navy Yard, Sidney and Mary Day Lanier, Alamance County in the War Between the States, Children of the Confederacy. $4.00


Item D052GItem D052G
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine. May 1987. Features include: Lines from a Dixie Diary, Kathryn Noble Wilcox, The Sons of Southern Sires, Confederater Soldiers from Arkansas, Nurses in the War Between the States, She was a War Bride in 1864, Headquarters House, A Cushion Made of Bacon, Samuel Rush Watkins, Charge Both Ways, The Thea County Girls, Three Tennessee Cousins, Landon C. Haynes, Frances Anderson Jackson, The Battle of Fort Donelson, Sam Davis on the Gallows, Children of the Confederacy. $4.00


Item D052HItem D052H
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine. November 1986. Features include: The Southern Woman's Responsibility During the War Between the States, Dedication of UDC Marker, Rededication of Montreal Plaque, Children of the Confederacy. $4.00


Item D052JItem D052J
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine. September 1987. Features include: Lines from a Dixie Diary, Welcome to Nashville Tennessee, Convention News, Children of the Confederacy. Convention issue. $4.00


Item D052KItem D052K
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine. June 1987. Features include: Colonel Oliver E. Edwards, Farley "The Beloved and Brave", Thomas Green Clemson and the Founding of Clemson University, South Carolina's Unknown Confederate Soldier, Clio Kathryn Noble Wilcox, Children of the Confederacy. $4.00


Item D052MItem D052M
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine. December 1986. Features include: Texas Sesquicentennial, Sam Houston and the War, Alleyton Texas C.S.A. - The Backdoor of the Confederacy, Albert Sidney Johnston, Texas Facts in the War Between the States, Children of the Confederacy. $4.00


Item D052QItem D052Q
US Civil War: The United Daughters of the Confederacy Magazine. January 1987. Features include: Escape Through Florida, Henry Duncan, General Edward A Perry, 1868-Making a New Life, Pensacola's Confederate Monument, Navy Gunboat Falls Prey to Rebel Cavalry, Effect of the War on Higher Education in Florida 1851-1869, Children of the Confederacy. $4.00


Item D053Item D053
US Civil War: "Brief History of Battle of Shiloh & Corinth including Pickwick Dam & Savannah, TN" by Mrs. John Benny, Michie, TN, 32p. undated. Front cover carries 1st day issue Shiloh stamp & Shiloh, TN Apr. 7, 1962 cancellation. $10.00


Item D056Item D056
US Civil War: "The Army of Northern Virginia," by Philip R.N. Katcher; color plates by Michael Youens. 1975. Osprey. 40p. PB $2.00


Item D057Item D057
US Civil War: "Man-of-War Life: A Boy's Experience in the United States Navy During a Voyage Around the World in a Ship of the Line," by Charles Nordhoff, 1877 (c. 1855) 256p, shows wear. $8.00


Item D059Item D059
US Civil War: "History of the War for the Union," E.A. Duyckinck. 1862. Johnson, Fry & Co. 620p. Two-dozen steel engravings. Both F+B cover are detached. $49.00


Item D060Item D060
US Civil War: An actual brick from the walls of Libby Prison in Richmond, probably the most notorious Confederate prison of the Civil War following Andersonville, and used primarily for housing officers of the Union army and navy. With letter of authenticity. $40.00


Item D063Item D063
US Civil War: "The Life of General Ulysses S. Grant," by John S. C. Abbott, 1868. 309p. $10.00


Item D064Item D064
US Civil War: Advertising postcard for Lehigh Coal, postmarked 1909. Front has great visual of "Pickett's Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg, The high-water mark of the confederacy." 7" x 4-3/8" $5.00


Item D067Item D067
US Civil War: Monocacy National Battlefield (Frederick, MD) flier, plus Monocacy Battlefield Auto Tour and flier on Monocacy Gambrill Mill Trail. (The Battle of Monocacy is considered the "battle that saved Washington"; even though the Union forces lost the battle, they delayed the Confederate army long enough for the Union reinforcements to reach Washington and prepare to defend it. The remaining large farm where the Battle of Monocacy was fought was purchased by the government in 2001. With over 98% of the battle area now owned by the government, watch for major plans to expand the public visibility of this significant but little known battle. $7.00


K50057A
US Civil War: Civil War postal cover, unused. R/W/B lineart image shows soldiers with fixed bayonettes on their rifles standing under American flag while Jeff Davis is seen dangling by a neck noose on a wooden pole. Entitled "The Traitor's Doom. Printed by Mumford & Co. Circa 1860s. $35.00


K50057B
US Civil War: Civil War postal cover, unused. R/W/B lineart image of Jef Davis seen hanging with a rope around his neck from a large wooden scaffold. Crossed American flags above with the name "Jef Davis" in red lettering. Entitled "The Wrong man in the Right place." Circa 1860s. $35.00


W5078
US Civil War: THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. Sept 11, 1956. Special Sesqui-Centennial Edition. Three large sections with interesting history and features. $5.00


W5079
US Civil War: THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. June 28, 1963. Centennial Edition - Battle of Gettysburg. Many, many stories and features. $8.00


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