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Civil War Documents


One of the Most Famous Passes from the Army of the Potomac "Head Quarters Military Department of Washington, June 23rd, 1861"... With an Enormous Ink Signature of DRAKE DE KAY, Aide de Camp to General Mansfield








Vicksburg, Mississippi Parole for Thomas L. Tunnell, 43rd Mississippi Infantry







   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







Recruiting Circular for the Famous "People's Ellsworth Regiment" Along with the Patriotic "Remember Ellsworth" Envelope it was mailed in!







Printed Pass "Head Quarters Vermont Brigade" - After the Union Took Over THE LAST CAPITAL OF THE CONFEDERACY: DANVILLE, VA.







Great Document for the 95th Pennsylvania, Gosline Zouaves Collector – Actually Signed by Gosline!







Ellsworth Zouave Corps Broadside Advertising an Exhibition Drill, September 12th, 1861







The Rare Confederate States of America VICKSBURG PAROLE








Autograph of Lt. Thomas W. Custer - THE FIRST TWO TIME RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR! - He was Killed with his Brother George at the Little Big Horn







French Man-of-War Arrives in Charleston Harbor - Gives Intelligence to the South!!!







S.C. Begins Its Honor Roll
of Fallen Heroes







U.S. Cav. Gen. Thomas C. Devin Broadside Congratulating His Troops!







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






"The first year of the Independence of the State of S.C." - Military Comm.  Signed by Gov. Francis W. Pickens