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Authentic orders, Passes, Receipts, Requisitions, etc. from the Union Armies

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UD2632

1862 Invoice for Signal Equipment & Stores

7 3/4 x 10, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

INVOICE of Signal Equipment & Signal Stores, transferred by 2nd Lt. J.W. De Ford, 11th P.R.V. to 1st Lt. B.F. Fisher, 3rd P.R.V., Hd. Qrs. Signal Corps, Alexandria, Va., March 20, 1862. This invoice is for 3- 5 gal. copper cans, 1 tap borer, and 1 brass spigot, all noted to be in good condition.

I certify that the above is a correct invoice of Signal Equipment & Signal Stores transferred by me this 20th day of March 1862, to 1st Lt. B.F. Fisher, 3rd P.R.V.

J.W. De Ford, 2nd Lt., 11th...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item UD2631: The Hdqtrs. of Commissary General of Prisoners is Transferred

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UD2631

The Hdqtrs. of Commissary General of Prisoners is Transferred

4 1/4 x 7, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, October 7, 1862

General Orders
No. 153

The Headquarters of Colonel William Hoffman, 3d Infantry, Commissary General of Prisoners, is transferred from Detroit, (Mich.) to Washington, D.C.

By Order Of The Secretary Of War:

L. THOMAS
Adjutant General

Light age toning and wear. The upper left corner of the paper is very slightly clipped.


Colonel William Hoffman
Commissary General of Prisoners

(1807-84) Born in...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item UD2630: 1864 U.S. Military Telegram From New Orleans, La.

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UD2630

1864 U.S. Military Telegram From New Orleans, La.

To Surgeon of the 2nd Louisiana Cavalry

5 1/2 x 8 1/2, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

Department Of The Gulf, United States Military Telegraph Office, Feby. 3, 1864. By Telegraph from New Orleans. Surgeon R.H. Alexander is sending a positive response to Surgeon John Cooper. Light age toning and wear. Scarce Civil War surgeon to surgeon military telegram.

John Cooper, the recipient of this telegram, served as Surgeon of the 2nd Louisiana Cavalry, 1863-64.

The sender, Richard H. Alexander, was commissioned Assistant...  

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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 UD2628: Delaware Private is to be Hanged for the Murder of a Black Man

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Delaware Private is to be Hanged for the Murder of a Black Man

President Lincoln directs that the sentence be carried out

4 x 6 1/2, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, July 31, 1863

General Orders
No. 253

The proceedings of the Military Commission which convened at Fort Yorktown, Virginia, May 4, 1863, pursuant to Special Orders, No. 105, dated Headquarters, 4th Army Corps, Fort Yorktown, Virginia, April 29, 1863, and before which Private George W. Johnson, Company "D," 4th Regiment Delaware Volunteers, was tried, convicted, and...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item UD2627: 3 Union Soldiers Are Released From Confinement

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3 Union Soldiers Are Released From Confinement

4 x 6 5/8, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, August 18, 1863

General Orders
No. 287

In the cases of Bugler John O'Brien, of Light Company A, 3d U.S. Artillery, and Musician Samuel Madden, of Company B, 5th U.S. Infantry, and of Private Thomas Lynch, of Company K, 5th U.S. Infantry, tried by Garrison Courts Martial, convened by Special Orders, Nos. 61 and 66, Headquarters, Albuquerque, N.M., June 15 and June 26, 1863, on the charge of "conduct prejudicial to good order and military...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item UD2626: 1863 Receipt For Deserter of the 156th New York Infantry

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UD2626

1863 Receipt For Deserter of the 156th New York Infantry

Signed by Medal of Honor Recipient, Lieutenant James S. Casey

7 3/4 x 10, printed form, filled out in ink.

Fort Columbus, N.Y.,
New York, Jany. 8, 1863

Received, from SIMEON DRAPER, Provost Marshal General, the following described person, a deserter, viz.:

Rank, Private
Name, James M. Newbury
Company, H
Regiment, 156th
State, N.Y.

James S. Casey
1 Lt. 5 Inf.

Light age toning and wear. Uncommon and very desirable deserter related document signed by a U.S. Medal of Honor...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item UD2625: War Department Orders Issued by Adjutant General Lorenzo Thomas

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War Department Orders Issued by Adjutant General Lorenzo Thomas

5 x 7 3/8, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, June 6, 1861

General Orders,
No. 30

I--The State of Missouri is added to the Military Department of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and portions of Western Pennsylvania and Virginia. Major General McClellan will extend his command accordingly.

II--The Headquarters of the Department of the West are removed from St. Louis to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

III--The three months' militia and the three years' volunteers will be paid at once to include the...  

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1863 Invoice of Subsistence Stores Shipped to New Orleans

8 1/4 x 11 1/4, manuscript in ink, with the original 1863 imprinted transmittal cover.

Invoice of Subsistence Stores turned over at Boston, on board bark "P.R. Hazeltine" to Capt. W.W. McKim, A.Q.M., U.S.A., by Capt. E.D. Brigham, C.S., U.S.A., for transportation and delivery to Capt. A.J. McCoy, C.S. Vols.,, Department of the Gulf, New Orleans, Louisiana. Itemized account of the stores shipped via boat include prime mess pork, mess beef, flour, hard bread, beans, rice, hominy, coffee, tea, vinegar, candles, soap, salt, pepper, potatoes,...  

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1863 Order in Relation to Seizure of Goods

4 x 6 1/2, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, August 18, 1863

General Orders
No. 288

Order in relation to Seizure of Goods

In every case of seizure of goods by officers acting under the authority of this Department, a true and perfect inventory thereof shall be taken in triplicate by the officer making the seizure, one copy of which shall be given to the person from whom the goods were taken, one copy retained by the officer, and the third copy will be forwarded with a report of the...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item UD2621: Order Regarding the Voting Rights of Iowa Civil War Soldiers

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Order Regarding the Voting Rights of Iowa Civil War Soldiers

4 x 6 1/2, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, August 7, 1863

General Orders
No. 275

By an act of the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, approved September 11, 1862, the right to vote for certain State officers is given to Volunteers or soldiers from that State in the military service of the United States, and provision is made for the appointment of one commissioner to each regiment of Iowa Volunteers for the purpose of carrying out this act. It is hereby ordered that all such duly accredited...  

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Order Regarding President Lincoln's Call For Troops

1863 Gettysburg campaign order

4 x 6 1/2, imprint.

War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, August 3, 1863

General Orders
No. 268

The exigencies under which one hundred thousand militia for six months' service, from the States of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, were called out by the President's Proclamation of June 15, 1863, having passed, it is hereby ordered by the President, that on and after the promulgation of this order, no more enlistments under the said call shall be...  

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