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ORDNANCE DOCUMENT ON THE SPRINGFIELD RIFLE
MUSKETS
- Ordnance document (August, 1864) explaining
how to order repair parts for the Springfield Rifle Muskets.
This explains the difference between the Model 1855, 1861,
1863 and 1864 Rifles. Great piece for the Springfield
collector.  (8.15" X 10.1") All pre-printed and in Very Good
Condition.
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7TH VERMONT INFANTRY - ABSTRACT OF MATERIALS -
2nd Qtr., 1864 - Shows the expenditure of ammunition - 500
.58 cal. cartridges used in practice firing and guard duty.  
Signed by Lt. Gilbert and is in Very Good Condition.
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21ST INDIANA BATTERY DISCHARGE - Discharge of
William McCoy who enrolled on August 13, 1862 and was
discharged on June 26, 1865. The 21st Battery participated in
actions and battles at; Rome, Ga., Gainesboro, Carthage,
Hoover's Gap, Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, Nashville and
against Forrest's and Hood's forces. Paper on discharge has a
dark brown cover with light and dark areas across document.
All writing is legible and paper is strong.
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(40) FORTY DOCUMENTS U.S. SIGNAL CORPS -
WAR DEPT. CONCERNING THE ALPENA,
MICHIGAN LIGHTHOUSE STATION
- All dating
from January to December of 1883 communications
from the War Department to the Signal Officer at
the Signal Station, Alpena, Michigan. Back then the
Signal Corps was in charge of the Great Lakes
LightHouses. All are in very good condidtion only
several have separation at folds and several have
faded ink.
64TH OHIO INFANTRY - Handwritten Special Orders No.
131 from Headquarters - Army of the Ohio at Huntsville,
Alabama  August 12, 1862. Accepting the resignation of
Lieut. A.M. Goldsboro. Good condition but does have an
ink smear.
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20TH INDIANA INFANTRY MUSTER OUT ROLL -
Document  approx. 10 1/2"x 30 1/2" mustering out 3
soldiers from Satterlee U.S. Army hospital in
Philadelphia by hospital Surgeon and a V.R.C.
Captain. It is dated May 24, 1865 and contains the
names of Edmund B. Gainey, Orin Bryant and
Jeremiah Hammel. According to records, Bryant was
wounded at Spottsylvania Court House and Hammel
was wounded at Petersburg. It is unknown as to why
Gainey was in. Document is in very good condition.
CIVIL WAR RELICS
CIVIL WAR AND HISTORICAL MEMORABILIA
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IMPORTANT KANSAS / NEW MEXICO DOCUMENT - General Order
No. 9 (No, not Lee's) from the Headquarters of the Kansas Militia
dated Topeka, August 23, 1861 by the Governor Lyman Allen and
containing the notice of Gen. John C. Fremont in St. Louis
concerning the raising of three regiments in Kansas - two of which
will be sent to New Mexico. Lyman Allen asks "Our Country Calls for
Help; Shall it Call in Vain?". Document is 5 1/4" x 8 3/16" and is on a
fine almost 'tissue' textured paper. It's a wonder it has survived.
Condition is very good with only a few areas on edges of missing
paper.
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EARLY NEW YORK MILITIA WARRANT TO
CORPORAL - 1849
- 8 1/4" x 13 1/2" document dated
Sept. 8, 1849 Warrant to Corporal for L.D. Simons for
the Thirteenth Regiment of Infantry - Washington
Life Guards. Very good condition with only minor
separation of paper at folds for about 1/2" from edges..
EARLY NEW YORK MILITIA ENLISTMENT
DOCUMENT - 1848
- 7 3/4" x 12 3/8" document for the
enlistment of L.D. Simons to Private in Company D of
the Thirteenth Regiment of Infantry - Washington Life
Guards dated September 14, 1848. Document has
several pages - one being Extracts from the Laws of the
State of New York pertaining to military regiments.
Blue paper with some lighter spotted areas - very good
condition.
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CONFEDERATE PAROLE OF HONOR - Pre-printed on
crude brown CS paper, unissued, these were filled out for
Union prisoners on their capture promising not to bear
arms, etc. until regularly exchanged. Very good condition.
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96TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY COMMISSION TO LIEUT.
COLONEL - JOHN C. SMITH
- 11 5/8" X 17 1/4"
commission for Smith to Lieut. Colonel of the Regiment
dated October 14, 1863 and ranked from September 20,
1863. Smith was commissioned due to the death of Lt.
Col. Clark who was killed in action and Smith would later
be commissioned Brigadier General in 1865. Signed by
Illinois Governor Richard Yates. Document is in very
good condition.
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EARLY WAR CONFEDERATE TELEGRAM TO GENERAL
PILLOW
- Telegram dated May 18, 1861 written on
South-Western Telegraph Company stationary. Message from
M.J. Polk to Major General Pillow asking Pillow if he can get a
battery sent to Jackson and that he has thirty seven men and will
get others immediately commissioned by the Governor. Very
good condition.
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1860 GEORGIA BALLOT INCLUDING THE REPRESENTATIVES
VOTING FOR SECESSION AND 1863 CITIZENSHIP AFFIDAVIT
WRITTEN ON REVERSE
- Pre-printed and partially hand filled in
1860 Walton County, Georgia voting ballot that includes the
preprinted names of the county representatives that were sent to the
Convention to vote on secession!! On the reverse is an 1863 hand
written affidavit from the Clerk's Office of the Superior Court
attesting to the Georgia and Confederate citizenship of a county
citizen. Must have used the ballots when paper supplies ran low. Some
staining as can be seen in photos.
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PRE-PRINTED SOLDIER'S PASS - Approx. 3 3/8" x 8 3/8" -
dated December 19, 1864 in Nashville, Tn for Colonel John C.
Smith through the city lines at will for 30 days. Good
condition but has some rough edges.
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GUARANTEE OF PROTECTION DOCUMENT- Unissued
Guarantee Dated August, 1863 - Shelbyville, Tennessee.
Handwritten document that has empty space for name to be
filled in at a later date. These documents were issued to loyal
citizens to the US and provided them and their property full
consideration and respect by Union forces. Very good condition.
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2nd MINNESOTA INFANTRY DOCUMENT - Approx. 8 1/2" x
11" dated only 1863 this was originally a Quartermasters Stores
preprinted document - used for clothing such as shirts, shoes,
socks, drawers, blankets and general camp equipment such as
canteens, knapsacks, camp kettles, axes and spades. All for use
by the 2nd Minnesota Infantry. Very good condition.
2nd MINNESOTA INFANTRY DOCUMENT - Approx. 7 3/4" x 9
5/8" dated February 13, 1864 this is a list of Clothing, Camp and
Garrison Equipage preprinted document - list of items include
lined blouses, Paris booters (don't ask), boots and haversacks.
All for use by the 2nd Minnesota Infantry. Very good condition.
2nd MINNESOTA INFANTRY DOCUMENT - Approx. 7 3/4" x 9 5/8"
dated September 28, 1862 this is an invoice of Clothing, Camp and
Garrison Equipage hand written document - Listed are pants, shoes,
shirts, socks, drawers,canteens, hats, blankets and blouses . Very
good condition.
2nd MINNESOTA INFANTRY DOCUMENT SIGNED BY COLONEL
PHILIP GEORGE
- Approx. 7 3/4" x 12 1/4" dated for the month of
July, 1863 this a hand written List of Articles Lost or Destroyed
document. The list includes camp kettles, camp hatchets and shelter
tents that were destroyed while stored at Manchester, Tennessee.
Very good condition.
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LETTER OF INTRODUCTION TO WILLIAM G.
"PARSON" BROWNLOW FOR MAJ. JOHN C. SMITH
OF THE 96TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY
- Approx. 6 3/8" x
7 5/8" dated Shelbyville, July 24, 1863 and written by
Isaac B. Holt (a court justice in Shelbyville) introducing
Maj. (later to become Brig. General) Smith to the
famous 'Parson' Brownlow, attesting to his character.
Brownlow was a Methodist circuit rider in thew early
1800's (from which he received his nickname of
'Parson', was editor of the newpaper 'The Whig' in the
1840's, he opposed secession for Tennessee and was
forced North in exile for a short while. After the War he
became Governor of Tennessee from 1865 to 1869.
Letter is in very good condition and shows the folds from
being carried. No doubt Brownlow held and read this
letter when Major Smith came calling to Nashville.
$ 145.  ON HOLD