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Civil War Documents


Early Confederate Pass from Manassas Junction – August 13th, 1861 – “Head Quarters Camp Pickens”






Broadside – Triumphal March of Sherman’s Army into Atlanta, and Subsequent Movements in Verse – Composed and Respectfully Dedicated to the Heroes of the Georgia Campaigns, By W. F. Wilder, 18th Wisconsin Infantry






Great Little “Headquarters Army of the Potomac” Pass – December 12th, 1861






Brig. General Q. A. Gillmore’s Official Thanks to the Troops on the Fall of Battery Wagner & Gregg (Where the Black 54th Mass. had Charged)






Confederate Pass – “Head Quarters Georgia Militia, Atlanta, June 5, 1864” – 11th Battalion Georgia Light Artillery







Confederate Relic - “Picked up on the Field after the Battle of Bull Run by Ellen Collins” - She was a prominent member of the United States Sanitary Commission!







One of the Only Confederate Paroles you will ever see from the Gettysburg Campaign – As the Confederates entered Pennsylvania the 20th Pa. “Emergency Militia” encountered Major General Jubel Early’s forces, Under Gen. John B. Gordon at Wrightsville, Pa., SEVERAL WERE CAPTURED & ISSUED PAROLES: THIS IS ONE OF THEM! - The Militia in Burning the Bridge Over the Susquehanna, Saved the Capitol of Harrisburg from the Confederates!





         
Important Confederate Telegram Regarding the Famous Confederate Submarines, or “Torpedo Boats”






Pass Issued by Gen. McClellan & Signed by James A. Hardie – To the “Picnic” at the Battle of Bull Run!






Song Sheet/ Writing Paper – Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19th, 1864 – By C. A. Savage, Co. K, 8th Indiana





Song Sheet – “Sherman’s Campaign, ’64-65. Words by G. P. Hardwick” – Multi Color with 6 Different Corps Badges at the Top






1st New Jersey Brigade Broadside – Col. A. T. A. Torbet Thanks His Soldiers for their Victory at Crampton’s Pass, Md. – September 14th, 1862 – “Your advance in line of battle, under a galling artillery fire and final bayonet charge, was a feet seldom if ever surpassed.”






79th Regiment New York “Highlanders” Recruiting Document… A Really Cool Item!







Rare Confederate Broadside Showing 10 Star Confederate Flag - Printed Just After the Firing on Fort Sumter – Crude Printing, “Southern Yankee Doodle”






Document of “Property Taken, Destroyed or Injured During the Morgan Raid through Ohio in July 1863”  







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







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.







“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.