Abraham Lincoln, Military Commission, Signed
For a Soldier Killed at Fredericksburg
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Abraham Lincoln signature on a military commission for George Dickenson as a First Lieutenant in the Fourth Regiment of Artillery.
Dickenson’s name is spelled with an E on his commission and in Heitman. His name appears elsewhere spelled Dickinson, with an “I.” Lt. Dickenson was killed December 13, 1862 at the battle of Fredericksburg; his death is described in George Rable’s book FREDERICKSBURG! FREDERICKSBURG! on page 241.
Very good with strong signatures; laid down.
Lincoln, Abraham (16th President) Partly Printed Vellum Document, signed “Abraham Lincoln”. Washington: 22 March 1862. Counter-signed by Edwin Stanton, Secretary of War. Folio; 1p.; framed.
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