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Berry, Rev. Chester D. Loss of the Sultana and Reminiscences of Survivors, 1st ed.
Told by a Survivor,READ MORE $350.00 reserve this item
the Story of the Worst Maritime Disaster
in U.S. History
Beveridge, Albert. Abraham Lincoln: 1809-1858 1st Ed.
Presentation Copy from HistorianREAD MORE $425.00 reserve this item
Worthington Chauncey Ford to
Noted Lincoln Collector Oliver R. Barrett
Bibliographia Lincolniana – Original, Unbound Sheets
One of Only Twenty-Five CopiesREAD MORE $2,850.00 buy this item
Bickham, William. Rosecrans’ Campaign With the Fourteenth Army Corps, 1st ed.
Includes the Often Missing MapREAD MORE $350.00 buy this item
Bierce, Ambrose. Tales of Soldiers & Civilians, 1st ed.
By One of the Darkest andREAD MORE $375.00 buy this item
Death-haunted Voices in American Literature
Bissell, George E. Abraham Lincoln Bronze Bust
Lincoln, Abraham. George Bissell Bronze Bust The Emancipator signed and dated New York: Gorham Bronze Company, 1898 16-3/4” height; 9-1/2” width (sight) Produced in the preferred “lost wax” method of the day. Incised with Bissell’s signature and Gorham’s foundry mark, and dated. Rich, dark-brown patina predominates. An important and highly recognizable tribute work, produced to the highest … Continue reading Bissell, George E. Abraham Lincoln Bronze Bust$8,500.00 reserve this item
Bissell, George E. Abraham Lincoln Bust
Bissell, George E. Bronze Bust. New York: Gorham Company Founders, 1898. 6-3/4” tall. Produced in the preferred “lost wax” method and incised with Bissell’s signature and Gorham’s foundry mark, and dated. Rich, dark-brown patina. Modeled after Bissell’s live-size Lincoln Emancipator Group in Edinburgh, Scotland, subsequently replicated at Clermont, Iowa in 1903. These downsized versions show … Continue reading Bissell, George E. Abraham Lincoln Bust$3,500.00 reserve this item
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
First Publication of anyREAD MORE $4,500.00 reserve this item
Manuscripts in Facsimile