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Category: All Categories: Military: US Civil War Ephemera
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1.
Affleck, C[harles]. J. and B[enjamin]. M. Douglas  
Confederate Bonds and Certificates: A listing with a description of the Confederate States of America Bonds and Certificates, showing the degree of Rarity and Price
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Publisher: (Boyce, VA) (Carr Publishing Co., Inc.) (1960).
First printing. Quarto, Wrappers, Black & White photographs, [iv], 38 pages. Condition: Very good.
     Uncommon early booklet in the field of collectable Confederate financial papers, compiled by two well known collectors. This copy SIGNED by co-author Douglas on front cover. Grey covers with dark blue lettering and Confederate flag illustration to front cover, saddle-stapled binding. A few minor edge wrinkles and a bit of edge fading to covers. Military History

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2.
Barnard, George N. (1819-1902) & James F. Gibson  
Confederate Winter Camp at Centerville and Manassas Junction. Two photographs

Publisher: [Washington, D.C., Alexander Gardner].
Two positive prints, each 16.5 x 21.5 cm (6 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches). On 9 March 1862, McClellan's Army of the Potomac learned that the Confederate Army had vacated their winter encampment at Centreville and Manassas. By 11 March Federal forces had investigated the area. With them were two photographers, George N. Barnard and James F. Gibson, who made a series of photographs of the abandoned camp and the ruins of Manassas Junction. They sold the photographs in eight-by-ten-inch format with a 'Barnard & Gibson' credit. Barnard apparently worked on a per diem basis* for Alexander Gardner, who managed Matthew Brady's Washington shop; Gibson was a regular Brady employee. For several days they took photographs of Centreville, Bull Run, and Manassas Junction,** many of which were published in Alexander Gardner's Catalogue of Photographic Incidents of the War, published September 1863. These two photographs seem to have been taken at the same time but were not published in the Gardner series, nor are they in the series Illustrations of the War in Virginia.*** 1) Interior corner of a fortified works with two cannon positions facing to rear and right. In the background is a series of huts in random order. The square church steeple can be seen right center. 2) Taken on a gentle slope, this shot shows many tree stumps in the foreground, a stream horizontally almost midway with a flat wooden bridge, several huts on the opposite slope, and the photographer's wagon, without horse, near a roofless hut. At the top, on the horizon, are two large structures with tall towers or chimneys which appear to be the Centreville railroad depot. *** These images appear to have been purchased and elaborately framed by a Rhode Island soldier. For conservation purposes we have separated the photographs from their acidic mat and frame, which have been saved and are available should the complete historical record be desired. stock#NSPhoto001.

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Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: NSPhoto001.
    
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3.
Barry, Joseph, 1828?- 1905. Josephus, Jr. pseud.  
The Annals of Harper's Ferry, from the Establishment of the National Armory in 1794 to the present time, 1869...

Publisher: Hagerstown, Md., Dechert & co. printers, 1869.
64 p.; 20.5 cm. Title continues: With anecdotes of Harper's-Ferrians, by Josephus, Jr. A large portion is devoted to the John Brown raid and is told by a witness who lived in the town. An expanded edition appeared in 1872. Howes USiana191. Stock# 39,723 {ns}. Vg, corners dog-eared/ paper wrappers.

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4.
Grand Army of the Republic. Slocum Post No. 10 (Providence, R.I.)  
Historical Sketch, Slocum Post, No. 10, Department of Rhode Island, G.A.R.
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Publisher: Providence, R.I.: Slocum Post no. 10, 1894.
52 p., portraits; 19.5 x 27 cm. Includes charter members, roster, mortality roll, officers. John S. Slocum (1824-1861) was killed at First Bull Run, 21 July 1861. Very Good with original dust jacket and envelope. Stock#47569 (Henry Brown).

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5.
Long, James T. Captain.  
INVITATION: Capt. Jas. T. Long's Allegorical Production of THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG.
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Publisher: Company D, 10th Regiment..
5 1/4' x 3' card printed in black with 'Compliments of Company D, 10th Regiment A.G.P. You are cordially invited to attend Capt. Jas. T. Long's Allegorical production of THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. Opera House, Thanksgiving Evening at eight o'clock.' James Thomas Long (1843 - ?), veteran of the Gettysburg battle, was a leading battlefield guide, lecturer, and the author of 'The 16th Decisive Battle Of The World - Gettysburg' & 'Gettysburg: How the Battle Was Fought'. A few faint stains o/w Very Good, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. See photo. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $1.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged.

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6.
McGuire, Hunter Holmes, 1835-1900  
Account of the Wounding and Death of Stonewall Jackson

Publisher: [Richmond], Virginia Medical Monthly, vol. 88, October, 1961.
576-581 p., PHOTOCOPY. " Reprinted from the Richmond Medical Journal, I: 403, May 1866." McGuire was attending physician to Jackson. IAB. Stock# 41,142. Vg/ copy.

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Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: 41142.
    
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7.
Providence Daily Evening Press  
Map Of North Carolina. Showing The Theatre Of Gen. Burnside's Operations

Publisher: Providence Daily Evening Press, 1862.
Providence Daily Evening Press, Thursday, February 13, 1862. Sheet 29 x 23 cm (11 1/2 x 9 inches). Cut from the newspaper. Burnside conducted the one successful Union campaign in the East in early 1862 and got a lot of press coverage. Providence had particular interest as the Fourth Rhode Island was a participating regiment. Stock #100,704. Vg. American History Civil War Cartography

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Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: 100704.
    
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8.
Stanton, Edwin M.  
Letter of the Secretary of War, in Answer to a Resolution of the Senate of the 2d Instant in Relation to the Present Conditions of the Military Asylum
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Publisher: U.S. Senate, Government Printing Office Washington D.C. 1862.
Senate Ex. Doc. No 52, 37th Congress, 2nd Session: May 29, 1862. Plain printed self-wraps, secured with thread sewn through the binding edge, 11 pages.The military asylum was established in 1852 and shortly after the publication of this document it's designation was changed to Soldier's Home. The document reveals the budget for purchase of land and building and maintaining the various Homes, and lists the number of 'inmates' in each in chrologlogical order for the previous decade. Filing numbers in pencil in upper left corner, 'Report' in red ink under the numbers. Age discoloration at spine edge and back, thin disolored line around page edges. Otherwise clean and sound and quite clean internally. ephemera 3202 First Edition Paperbound Good Condition 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Military

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Purchase direct from: The Prints & The Paper. Item number: 3202.
    
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9.
United States Army  
Civil War U.S. Army Water Canteen
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Publisher: 1863? U.S. Army.
This Civil War-era water canteen has a cork stopper with attached chain and metal triangles to attach straps. Cork, chain, and triangles in good condition. The canvas canteen cover is stained and worn with a one-inch-square hole in the outer fabric at the "S" in 'U.S.' The hand stitching is still sound. This model was carried in armories through the Spanish War. 9 1/2 inches tall, 13.2 oz. Shipping will depend on ZIP code. Stock#ANT007.

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Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: ANT007.
    
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10.
Viele, Egbert L.  
Hand-Book for Active Service; Containing Practical Instructions in Campaign Duties for the Use of Volunteers.

Publisher: New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1861..
First Edition 12mo, about 7.5 inches tall, in red cloth decorated in gilt and blind, a gilt vignette on the cover depicting a Zuave in front of a tent and stacked rifles and drums. 252 pages with a few drawings. Library labels of the Colorado Commandery on the cover, and their bookplate covering that of the donor, Col. A.W. Corliss on the front endpaper. Corliss remained in the Army from the Civil War through the Spanish American War including serving as the artillery officer at Wounded Knee. He also edited a history of North Yarmouth Maine, and authored a history of his Civil War Unit, the Seventh Squadron, Rhode Island Cavalry. The library's stamp on the dedication page as well. Some underlining of text divisions here and there in blue pencil. Otherwise and clean, sound copy inside. Covers with light wear at the tips, some minor fraying at spine ends, and a minimally visible glue stain running down from the spine label. Hardcover Hardcover Very Good

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Purchase direct from: Gallagher Books, ABAA, ILAB. Item number: 11474.
    
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