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Blair, William A. With Malice Toward Some
Few issues created greater consensus among Civil War-era northerners than the belief that the secessionists had committed treason. But as William A. Blair shows in this engaging history, the way politicians, soldiers, and civilians dealt with disloyalty varied widely. Citizens often moved more swiftly than federal agents in punishing traitors in their midst, forcing the … Continue reading Blair, William A. With Malice Toward Some$40.00 buy this item
Bliss & Kennedy. Autograph Leaves of our Country’s Authors – Association Copy
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Manuscripts in Facsimile
Burton, Vernon, Podair, Jerald & Weber, Jennifer. The Struggle for Equality
This collection of essays, organized around the theme of the struggle for equality in the United States during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, also serves to honor the renowned Civil War historian James McPherson. Complete with a brief interview with the celebrated scholar, this volume reflects the best aspects of McPherson’s work, while casting new … Continue reading Burton, Vernon, Podair, Jerald & Weber, Jennifer. The Struggle for Equality$45.00 buy this item
Capers, Walter B. The Soldier Bishop, 1st Ed.
Capers, Walter B. THE SOLDIER BISHOP: ELLISON CAPERS. New York: 1912. 1st ed., 367p., ft., plates. [D-IV1204, Krick #70] Biography of the Lt. Col. of the 24th South Carolina, by his son. “Biography the South Carolina Confederate who was wounded at Jackson, Mississippi and led the 24th South Carolina Infantry at Chickamauga. He fought at … Continue reading Capers, Walter B. The Soldier Bishop, 1st Ed.$575.00 reserve this item
Clem, John Lincoln. Partly Printed Muster Roll Signed
A Rare Treasure. Encompassing Many Interests-READ MORE $3,850.00 reserve this item
including the Johnny Clem legend, buffalo soldiers, the Indian wars,
and a connection with Abner Doubleday.
Cornish, Dudley T. THE SABLE ARM: NEGRO TROOPS IN THE UNION ARMY, 1st ed.
Revolutionary Story of African American SoldiersREAD MORE $95.00 buy this item
Written During the Civil Rights Era!
Davis, Jefferson. Autograph Letter Signed, Post War
Davis, Jefferson. ALS, Memphis, Tenn.: Oct 6th, 1875. Octavo; 2p. Matted with hand-toned image “Engraved for the First Year of the War.” In full: Frank Phelps, Esqr, Dear Sir, Accept my thanks for your defense of one who seems to excite a degree of slander and malevolence which has rarely been exhibited even towards those … Continue reading Davis, Jefferson. Autograph Letter Signed, Post War$2,850.00 reserve this item