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Federal Steamer Arriving at Madisonville, Louisiana

Authentic, original woodcut engraving that has been hand tinted in color. This illustration was published in the April 11, 1863 issue of The Illustrated London News. Caption: The War In America: Arrival Of A Federal Steamer With Flag Of Truce At Madisonville, Lake Pontchartrain. 16 x 11. The London Illustrated News and date are printed in the margin.  

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Photograph, U.S. Christian Commission, Washington, D.C.

The photograph measures 9 1/2 x 7 1/2, while the overall size is 12 1/4 x 11 1/2. Imprint below the image: Copyright, 1911, by Patriot Publishing Co. From the Photographic History of the Civil War, Published by Review of Review Co. White borders and a detailed printed text description below the photograph which is titled, "From Here Came Hot Coffee, Prayers and General Good Cheer- U.S. Christian Commission in Washington." This photograph was published in 1911 as part of an advertisement portfolio issued in advance of the monumental work,...  

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Photograph, 93rd New York Infantry, 1862

The photograph measures 9 3/8 x 7 1/2, while the overall size is 12 1/4 x 11 3/4. Imprint below the image: Copyright, 1910, by Patriot Publishing Co., Springfield, Mass. From the Photographic History of the Civil War, Published by Review of Review Co. Complete 1 1/2 inch white borders and a detailed printed text description below the photograph which is titled, "A Regiment That Ranks With the Immortal "Light Brigade"- The 93rd New York, or "Morgan Rifles," September 1862." This photograph was published in 1910 as part of an...  

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Assault on Fort Sanders, Knoxville, Tennessee

Multi-color lithograph, done by Kurz & Allison, 76-78 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Copyright 1891. Titled, "Assault on Fort Sanders." Imprint below the illustration gives the date of the battle, "November 29, 1863." States that the Union commander was General Burnside and the Confederate commander was General Longstreet. Also includes the numbers of losses suffered by both armies during the engagement. Overall size is approximately 23 3/4 x 18. This is a reprint of the original Kurz & Allison 1891 edition done on heavy paper stock with vivid...  

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The Battle of Olustee, Florida

United States Colored Troops lead the charge

Multi-color lithograph, done by Kurz & Allison, 76-78 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Copyright 1894. Titled, "Battle Of Olustee, Fla." Imprint below the illustration at lower left, "Feby. 26, 1864. Union: (Gen. Seymour). 8 U.S., 54 Mass., 1st N.C. Col. T. Loss: 193 K'd, 1175 W'd, 460 Miss. Conf. (Gen. Finnegan). Loss Abt. 660." Overall size approximately 23 3/4 x 18. This is a reprint of the original Kurz & Allison 1894 edition done on heavy paper stock with vivid colors. There are wide...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem8492: General George B. McClellan at Antietam

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General George B. McClellan at Antietam

Full color H.A. Ogden print titled, "McClellan at Antietam, September 17, 1862." Copyright 1912, by The War Memorial Association. Measures about 9 x 12. Very fine.  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem8483: General William T. Sherman at Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia

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General William T. Sherman at Kenesaw Mountain, Georgia

Full color H.A. Ogden print titled, "Sherman At Kenesaw Mountain, October 4, 1864." Imprint below the illustration, "Copyright 1912, by The War Memorial Association." Signature of H.A. Ogden is in the print at lower right. 9 x 12 1/2. Very fine.  

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General Robert E. Lee

(1807-1870) Born at Stratford, in Westmoreland County, Va. Son of the legendary Revolutionary War hero, "Lighthorse Harry" Lee. Graduated #2 in the West Point class of 1829 without a single demerit to his name in 4 years! He emerged from the Mexican War with one wound, three brevets for gallantry, a brilliant reputation, and the ever lasting esteem of the commanding General of the U.S.A., Winfield Scott, who said Lee was "the very best soldier that I ever saw in the field." Served as Superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy,...  

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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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Scene From The American Tempest, Lincoln, Davis & Slave

The Emancipation Proclamation

1863 print of Presidents' Lincoln and Davis and a slave in caricature titled "Scene From The American Tempest." Imprint below the title, Caliban (Sambo) "YOU BEAT HIM 'NOUGH MASSA! BERRY LITTLE TIME, I'LL BEAT HIM TOO." Shakspeare. (Nigger Translation). This engraving appeared in the January 24, 1863 issue of Punch Magazine, and depicts President Abraham Lincoln wearing a uniform with kepi with plume on it, striped pants, high boots, and holding a sword. Confederate President Jefferson Davis,...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem6998: Brutus and Caesar, From the American Edition of Shakspeare

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Brutus and Caesar, From the American Edition of Shakspeare

Featuring President Abraham Lincoln as Brutus

1863 print with a caricature of two negroes and Abraham Lincoln as the players in a satirical view titled "Brutus and Caesar." The negro at the left, wearing striped pants and a polka dot shirt, is fast asleep as he sits in a chair holding his banjo at his side. The negro at the center, representing the ghost of Caesar, is wearing a long robe and defiantly poses with his arms folded across his chest. President Lincoln, seated at the right, representing Brutus, wears a robe with a stars...  

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