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CIVIL WAR DOCUMENTS > Confederate Documents

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Authentic antique Orders, Passes, Receipts, Requisitions, etc. from the Confederate States Armies

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item CD684: Confederate Scouting Report Sent to General Joseph Wheeler

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Confederate Scouting Report Sent to General Joseph Wheeler

Depredations are being committed against Southern citizens in North Georgia by Confederate raiders!

2 pages, 6 1/2 x 8 1/2, in ink, written by Captain J.M. Carden, Commanding Scouts, to General Joseph Wheeler, Commanding Cavalry Corps.

Grahamville, Jany. 8th, 1865

General,

I have the honor to inform you that whilst upon duty collecting stragglers & deserters under orders from Brig. Genl. Reynolds, in North Georgia, I have found twelve men with authority from Gov. Joseph E. Brown to raise Regts., Battalions,...  

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Clothing Account For Louisiana Confederate Infantry Soldiers

12 x 7 1/2, two sided imprinted form, filled out in ink.

The Crescent Consolidated Regiment of Louisiana. Lists four Louisiana soldiers from Company G, by name, date of enlistment, and clothing given to them during their enlistment, and its value. Also listed are the dates of distribution. Includes accounts of Peter McGrath, E.W. Knight, P.J. Verchon, and B.H. Breaut. McGrath was formerly a member of the 24th Louisiana. "This state militia regiment transferred to Confederate service in New Orleans on March 6, 1862, for ninety days with 945...  

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1862 Letter to Joseph E. Brown, Governor of Georgia

Extremely rare communication detailing "a plan for making a new kind of [Confederate] gun that we will call a packet cannon!"

2 pages, 7 3/8 x 9 1/2, in ink, written by J. Henry Hammond, (12th Georgia Artillery) to Georgia Governor Joseph E. Brown, with a diagram of the gun at the center of page 1.

Camp Jackson, Savannah, [Ga.], Feb. 24th, 1862

To his Excellency

Jos. E. Brown

Dear Sir,

Below find a plan for making a new kind of gun that we will call a "Packet Cannon." It...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item CD679: Confederate Officer's Pay Account From Fort Henry, Tennessee

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Confederate Officer's Pay Account From Fort Henry, Tennessee

4th Regiment Mississippi Infantry Volunteers

Signed by their gallant Colonel Joseph Drake commanding the regiment, who was captured at the fall of Fort Donelson!


7 1/4 x 12, imprinted Confederate form on blue paper, filled out and signed in ink.

Form No. 3. Officers' Pay Account. The Confederate States to Lt. A.M. Reasons. For pay as a Lt. from 24th Aug. to 1st Dec., 1861. Co. F, 4th Regt. Miss. Vols. For 3 months and 8 days. Pay Per Month, 80.00. Amount 261.33. Stationed at Fort Henry with the account dated Dec. 22nd, 1861....  

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1862 State of Texas $5 Treasury Warrant For Military Service

Austin, June 11, 1862. Under Act of Jany. 14, 1862, for Military Service. The Treasurer of the State of Texas Will Pay Five Dollars. Vignette of George Washington holding sword at the left. Printed on light blue paper with green overprinting. Roman numeral "V" at upper right. Fancy "FIVE" overprint at the bottom. You will seldom find these not cut cancelled like this one. Choice condition.  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item CD674: 1st Virginia Cavalry Receipt For Hire of a Horse in 1861

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1st Virginia Cavalry Receipt For Hire of a Horse in 1861

The elite 1st Virginia Cavalry was commanded by the legendary Confederate Cavalryman Colonel J.E.B. Stuart in 1861!

Autograph Document Signed by a Confederate officer in J.E.B. Stuart's command who was wounded by a cannon ball in 1862!


7 3/4 x 7 1/2, manuscript in ink, Autograph Document Signed, by Lieutenant John Milton Lock, 1st Regiment Virginia Cavalry.

The Confederate States, To John H. Brown, Dr., 1861 Nov. 26th, To Hire of Horse from Oct. 1st to Nov. 26th @.40 $23.80.

I certify that the above account is correct...  

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Alexandria Arsenal Supplies Ammuntion to 1st Louisiana State Cavalry Battalion

7 1/2 x 9 3/4, imprinted form, filled out in ink, dispensing ammunition to Major H.D. Ogden, Comdg. 1st La. State Cavalry Battalion, itemized list includes 6000 Enfield rifle cartridges in two different calibers, 840 buck & ball shot, 1800 caps, and six packing crates, signed by Major R.L. Robertson, Major & Ordnance Officer. Dated June 27, 1863. On brown necessity paper. Exceptional condition. Rare.


Henry D. Ogden

The First Black Troops in Confederate Service, The Louisiana Native...  

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Colonel of 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery Writes a Report About a Deserter in His Command

3 x 5 1/2, boldly written in ink by Colonel Charles A. Fuller, 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery, on the front and back of a pink postal cover. It is undated, but the content would indicate that it was probably written in 1862.

Badger's Papers

Badger was a 12 mos. man of La. Regt. Arty., his time expired on or about the 20th April - he refused to reenlist or do duty - was confined in guard house - on evacuation of Fort Macomb returned to duty in commissary dept. - was sent to Manchac with stores -...  

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Final Statement, 50th Virginia Infantry, For Private Who Died in 1862

8 1/4 x 13, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

Final Statement of John Bowman, deceased, late a private of Company K, 50th Regiment Va. Inf., born in Patrick County, State of Virginia, was enlisted by Lieut. W.T. Noel at Rocky Gap, Va., on the 1st day of June 1862, to serve for three years. He died at Patrick Co., Va., on the 10th day of Dec. 1862. He was last paid by Capt. J.B. Whited, Quartermaster, to include the 31st day of Oct. 1862, and is entitled to pay therefrom, to the 10th day of Dec. 1862, at...  

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Autograph General Gustavus W. Smith

War Date Document Signed

(1821-96) Graduated in the West Point class of 1842. He was brevetted for gallantry 3 times during the Mexican War. He later served as an instructor at the U.S. Military Academy. At the outbreak of the Civil War he was commissioned a major general in the Confederate Army. During the Peninsular campaign he commanded a wing of the Army of Northern Virginia. He served briefly in 1862 as Confederate Secretary of War and later organized the Georgia state forces and fought them with marked excellence, particularly on the...  

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1862 Army of Northern Virginia Invoice of Quarter Master Stores

7 1/2 x 4 1/2, in ink.

Invoice of Quarter Master Stores delivered to Capt. F. Saunders, Asst. Q.M., by James Bruce, Maj. & Q.M., October 30th, 1862.

For twelve over coats, in good condition when delivered, valued at $10.50.

I certify that I have this day delivered to Capt. Saunders, Asst. Q.M., C.S.A., the articles specified in the foregoing list. James Bruce, A.Q.M.
2nd Bgde.

Light age toning and wear. Very fine.

James W. Bruce, was born in Albemarle Co., Va., on February 9, 1834, and was a merchant before the war....  

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Communication From Confederate Colonel James O. Fuqua

Representative at the Louisiana State Secession Convention

Judge Advocate General and Provost Marshal on the staff of General Daniel Ruggles

Autograph Document Signed


7 3/4 x 5 1/2, manuscript in ink.

General,

With a view to consent between yourself & Genl. Forney, Major Steede would like to obtain a copy of the Instructions to Provost Marshal's as I have no copy- having sent mine to the printer- would it not be as well to give him the one left with you for Genl. Van Dorn & send him a printed copy when recd?...  

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