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Civil War Documents


Discharge from the Famous 1st Maine Cavalry – Signed by Medal of Honor Recipient Col. Charles H. Smith






Document, Signed & in the Hand of John A. Harman – Stonewall Jackson’s Famous Quartermaster – Written During the Valley Campaign!






The Most Desired Civil War Document: The Appomattox Court House Parole – This One from a Soldier in the Famed Richmond Howitzers






War Date Pass from the Confederate War Department – Richmond October 8th, 1861 – A Soldier in the 15th Georgia Infantry is Sent Home – Signed by FAMOUS REBEL WAR CLERK J. B. JONES






Chasing Morgan’s Raiders – Actual Order from Col. Thomas Pattison from Aurora, Indiana Dated July 13th, 1863 – Writing to Gen. Mahlon D. Manson Giving Him the Location of Morgan’s Raiders!






Oath of Allegiance from Campbellton, Ga.







State of Georgia Commission for 1st Lieut. Henry D. Beman of the “Beman Mounted Infantry” – A Local Defense Unit Raised to Repel Sherman’s March to the Sea!







“Headquarters U.S. Forces, Johnson’s Island and Sandusky” – Document Furnishing Transportation Home







Georgia Civil War Commission Signed by Governor Joseph E. Brown – July 7th, 1862







An Amazing Broadside: 1863 “Johnson’s New Chart of National Emblems” – You’ve Got to See What They Include! 







Great Example of Ohio’s “Squirrel Hunters Discharge” with the Seldom Seen Letter from Governor Tod that came with it







   STOLEN 8/13/17    - One of the Most Famous Passes from the Army of the Potomac "Head Quarters Military Department of Washington, July 15th, 1861"... With an Enormous Ink Signature of DRAKE DE KAY, Aide de Camp to General Mansfield







   STOLEN 8/13/17    - The Governor of Wisconsin Alexander W. Randall Orders Harper's Ferry M 1855 Rifles & Sword Bayonets to be Sent to Madison - Document Signed by D. Murphy of the Harper's Ferry Arsenal







   STOLEN 8/13/17   - Attorney's Appointment to Practice Law in the "Independent" State of S.C., May 7th, 1861 - Great Looking Doc.