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Generals & Officers of the Union Army and Navy


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Autograph, General James E. Pittman

(1826-1901) Born at Tecumseh, Michigan, he attended the University of Michigan. When the Mexican War began, Pittman served as a member of the "Brady Guard," the "Grayson Guard," and the well known "Detroit Light Guard," and in 1847, he enlisted and served in the 1st Michigan Volunteers and was appointed adjutant of the regiment. In 1861, when President Lincoln sent out his call for volunteers, Pittman and others were summoned by Governor Austin Blair to organize State Troops for the Union war effort with General Alpheus S....  

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Autograph, General Lewis C. Hunt

Severely wounded at the battle of Seven Pines, Virginia

(1824-86) Brother of Union General Henry J. Hunt, he graduated in the West Point class of 1847. He served in the Mexican War and in the Pacific Northwest. He saw action in the 1862 Virginia Peninsular campaign under General George B. McClellan and was severely wounded at Seven Pines, Virginia. Following his recovery he was promoted to brigadier general and took part in General John G. Foster's movements against Kinston and Goldsboro, N.C. He later commanded the defenses of New York...  

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Autograph, General Joseph Warren Keifer

Wounded four times during the Civil War!

United States Congressman from Ohio

Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives


(1836-1932) Born near Springfield, Ohio, he was a lawyer by occupation. He was appointed major of the 3rd Ohio Infantry on April 27, 1861, and was promoted to lieutenant colonel, February 27, 1862. He was then appointed colonel of the 110th Ohio Infantry, September 30, 1862, brevet brigadier general, October 19, 1864, for gallantry in the battles of Opequan, Fisher's Hill and Middletown, Va., and brevet...  

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Autograph, William H. Seward

U.S. Secretary of State under President Abraham Lincoln

Savagely attacked in his bed on the night of the Lincoln assassination by fellow conspirator Lewis Payne who was later hung!

Governor of New York

U.S. Senator from New York


(1801-72) Lawyer and Whig politician. Governor of New York 1839-42. He later served in the U.S. Senate, vigorously opposed slavery and joined the Republican party in 1856. Twice passed over for president (1856 and 1860) he became Abraham Lincoln's very able Secretary of State. He was savagely...  

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Autograph, Lieutenant Colonel Julius P. Garesche

Killed at the Battle of Stones River, Tennessee, in 1862

Had his head blown off by a Confederate artillery shell

Appointment for a captain to report to Colonel William Tecumseh Sherman in Missouri

This document was sent to President Lincoln's first Secretary of War, Simon Cameron

Civil War Date Document Signed


(1821-62) Born at Havana, Cuba, his birth name was "Julio Pedro Garesche de Rocher." He attended Georgetown College in Washington, D.C., 1833-37, and was then appointed as a cadet to the United...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Auto4968: Autograph, Marcus A. Hanna

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Autograph, Marcus A. Hanna

Medal of Honor Recipient for gallantry at Port Hudson, Louisiana

Earned the Gold Lifesaving Medal of Honor for saving drowning sailors

He is the only person in American history to have received both the Medal of Honor and the Gold Lifesaving Medal


(1842-1921) Born in Bristol, Maine, Marcus A. Hanna, was living in Rockport, Massachusetts, when the Civil War broke out. He enlisted as a landsman, at Boston, on May 9, 1861, and was mustered into the U.S. Navy. He was discharged on June 20, 1862 having served on the U.S.S. Ohio, the...  

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Autograph, General Thomas M. Bowen

Colonel of the 13th Kansas Infantry during the Civil War

Governor of Idaho Territory

United States Senator from Colorado


(1835-1906) Born near the present day site of Burlington, Iowa, he studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1853. Served as a member of the Iowa State House of Representatives in 1856. On June 24, 1861, he enlisted as a captain, and was commissioned into Co. F, 1st Nebraska Cavalry. He resigned on February 4, 1862. He was commissioned captain of Co. K, 9th Kansas Cavalry, on July 30, 1862, and was...  

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Autograph, General Charles F. Manderson

Colonel of the 19th Ohio Infantry during the Civil War

Wounded at Lovejoy Station, Ga. during the Atlanta campaign

United States Senator from Nebraska


(1837-1911) Born in Philadelphia, Pa., he moved to Canton, Ohio, in 1856, studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1859, and commenced practice in Canton. Manderson was elected captain of the 19th Ohio Infantry, on May 30, 1861. He was promoted to major, April 7, 1862; lieutenant colonel, February 28, 1863; colonel, April 14, 1863; he was wounded in action during the Atlanta...  

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Autograph, General William D. Whipple

1864 letter written by General Whipple regarding the current state of affairs in Chattanooga, Tennessee during the winter of 1864. Comes with the original signed stamped envelope!

4 pages, 5 x 8, in ink, written by General William D. Whipple, to his wife Caroline. Comes with the original cover addressed by General Whipple in ink as follows: Mrs. Gen. W.D. Whipple, 56 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. Partial blue military C.D.S., Chattanooga, Ten., Jan. 18/64, with 3 cents rose George Washington postage stamp (Scott #64) with blue bulls eye...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Auto4956: Autograph, General William M. Wherry

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Autograph, General William M. Wherry

Awarded the Medal of Honor for gallantry during the Civil War at the battle of Wilson's Creek, Mo., in 1861

(1836-1918) Wherry was awarded the Medal of Honor for distinguished gallantry at the battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri, August 10, 1861. He was brevetted for gallantry for his actions in the Atlanta campaign, at Franklin and Nashville, Tenn., and at Wilmington, N.C., receiving promotion to brevet brigadier general, on March 13, 1865. He was the bearer of the rolls and terms of surrender of General Joseph E. Johnston's Army to...  

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Autograph, Henry L. Cake

Colonel of the 25th & 96th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiments during the Civil War

Unites States Congressman from Pennsylvania

Member of the President Andrew Johnson Impeachment Congress


(1827-99) Born in Northumberland Co., Pa., he was the publisher of the Pottsville Mining Record. He enlisted on April 17, 1861, at Harrisburg, as a lieutenant, and was commissioned into the 25th Pennsylvania Infantry; promoted to colonel, May 1, 1861; mustered out of this regiment, August 1, 1861; commissioned colonel of the 96th Pennsylvania...  

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Autograph, Lieutenant Colonel Coates Kinney

Journalist, Famous Poet and U.S. Army officer during the Civil War

Civil War Date Document Signed


(1826-1904) Born near Penn Yan, New York, he moved with his parents to Ohio in 1840. He studied law with Thomas Corwin, was admitted to the bar in 1856, and practiced in Cincinnati as a partner of Thomas Spooner. However, a few years earlier, he had written a poem titled, "Rain on the Roof," which first appeared in the Cincinnati Great West. Its extraordinary merit was instantly recognized and the seeds of a literary pursuit had...  

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