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The Battle of Mill Spring, Kentucky

Antique battle engraving that has been hand tinted in color. Caption: Battle Of Mill Spring, On The Cumberland River, Near Jamestown, Between A Confederate Force, 8,000 Strong, Under General Zollicoffer, And The Federal Troops, 4,000 Strong Commanded By General Thomas, Fought Sunday, January 19th, 1862- Flight Of The Confederate Army. 21 3/4 x 16. Very fine Civil War battle scene.

There are four other black and white illustrations on the reverse:

#1: The Military Authorities At Washington, D.C., Examining Passes In 1861.

#2: Taking...  

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Evacuation of Cumberland Gap

Authentic, original steel engraving with marching troops in the center and foreground. Imprint below the illustration, Evacuation of Cumberland Gap. Entered according to Act of Congress 1865 by the American Publishing Co., Clerk's Office of the District Court of Connecticut. Overall size is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2.

WBTS TRIVIA: The Cumberland Gap is a narrow pass through the Cumberland Mountains within the Appalachian Mountain range near the junction of the states of Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee. Explored by the famous American pioneer Daniel Boone in...  

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Marcus Morton

United States Congressman from Massachusetts

Governor of Massachusetts


(1784-1864) Born in East Freetown, Mass., he graduated from Brown University in 1804. He studied law at Tapping Reeve's law school in Litchfield, Connecticut where he was a schoolmate of John C. Calhoun, who served as a mentor and friend for many years. He was admitted to the Norfolk County bar in 1807, and opened a practice in Taunton, Mass. Was clerk of the Massachusetts State Senate in 1811. He served as a U.S. Congressman from 1817-21. He was Lieutenant...  

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Albert Gallatin

United States Senator & Congressman from Pennsylvania

United States Secretary of the Treasury


(1761-1849) Born in Geneva, in what is now present day Switzerland, he immigrated to America in the 1780's. He was naturalized in Morgantown, Va., and ultimately settled in Pennsylvania. He served as U.S. Senator 1793-94; U.S. Congressman, 1795-1801; U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, 1801-14; U.S. Minister to France, 1816-23; and U.S. Minister to the United Kingdom, 1826-27. Gallatin then settled in New York City, where he helped found New York...  

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Marcus Morton

Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court

(1819-91) American lawyer and jurist who served as Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Court. Born in Taunton, Mass., he was the son of Massachusetts Governor Marcus Morton. He graduated from Brown University in 1838, and from the Harvard Law School in 1840. He was admitted to the bar in 1841 and practiced in Boston for 17 years. He was a member of the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention in 1853. He served in the Massachusetts State House of Representatives in 1858 where he was...  

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Simon Greenleaf

(1783-1853) American lawyer, jurist and professor, born in Newburyport, Massachusetts. In 1801, he joined the law office of Ezekiel Whitman who was later the Chief Justice of Maine, and in 1806 he was admitted to the Cumberland County, Maine bar, commencing a practice at Standish. He later relocated to Gray where he practiced law for 12 years, and then moved on to Portland. He was reporter of the Supreme Court of Maine from 1820-32, and published nine volumes of Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Maine. In 1833, he was named to the Royall...  

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Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusetts

The Cradle of Liberty

In 1740, at a meeting held in Boston, merchant Peter Faneuil offered to build a public market house at his own expense and donate it as a gift to the city. His offer was accepted and the building which was partly funded by profits from slave trading was begun in Dock Square in September 1740, and completed in 1742. Built in the style of an English country market by artist John Smibert, the ground floor served as a market house with an assembly room above. Faneuil Hall was the site of several important speeches by Sam...  

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Capture of Lost Mountain, Ga. By General Joseph Hooker

Antique battle engraving that has been hand tinted in color. Caption: Capture of Lost Mountain, Ga., By General Hooker, June 15th, 1864. From A Sketch By C.E.F. Hillen. 15 1/2 x 10 1/4. Published in "The Soldier In Our Civil War" with their imprint in the margin. Mounted to 16 1/2 x 12 mat board. Light corner wear to the mount which does not affect the engraving. Circa 1800's.  

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Major General Thomas S. Dakin

(1831-78) Born in Orange County, N.Y., he worked on his father's farm until he was 17. He then walked 75 miles to New York City where he gained employment working in an office. In 1858 he established a commission agency which took on the name of Thomas S. Dakin & Company, operating it until 1861. He then became engaged in the oil trade as head of the firm Dakin & Gullick. He enlisted in the Union army in Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1862 and was elected captain of the 13th New York Infantry serving in the Virginia campaign as a member of the staff of General George...  

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Roscoe Conkling

United States Congressman & Senator from New York

(1829-88) Born at Albany, N.Y., he studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1850, and quickly rose to prominence in the Whig Party and became mayor of Utica, N.Y. in 1858. He served as a U.S. Congressman, 1859-62, and 1866-67, becoming a "War Republican" and an advocate of vigorous repression of the South during Reconstruction. Ambitious and very able, he was elected U.S. Senator from New York, in 1867, and from then until his resignation from the Senate in 1881, he was the...  

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General Max Weber

(1824-1901) Born in the village of Achern, Germany, he graduated from the military school at Karlsruhe in 1843. He became a lieutenant in the Grand Duke's Army, but defected to the rebels during the revolution of 1848. After the revolt was crushed by the Prussian Army, he emigrated to New York. At the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861, Weber organized the "Turner Rifles" which were mustered into the Federal Army as the 20th New York Infantry, on May 9, 1861. On April 28, 1862, he was appointed a brigadier general of volunteers and became the...  

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Wheeler's Confederate Cavalry Capturing a Supply Train

Antique engraving that has been hand tinted in color. Caption: Wheeler's Confederate Cavalry Capturing a Supply Train Near Jasper, Tenn. From a Sketch by J.F.E. Hillen. 14 3/4 x 10 3/4. Small tear in lower right margin has been repaired with archival tape. This does not affect the content. Circa 1800's.  

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