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The Death of Colonel Edward D. Baker

Killed at the battle of Ball's Bluff, Va. in 1861

Civil War period engraving of a battle scene depicting the death of Union Colonel Edward D. Baker at Ball's Bluff, Virginia. Imprint: F.O.C. Darley, and H. Wright Smith. Overall size is 10 3/8 x 6 7/8. Very fine.

Edward D. Baker: (1811-61) He read law and was admitted to the bar at the age of 19. A private during the Black Hawk War, he moved to Springfield, Illinois where he became a close friend of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln later named his second son, "Eddie," after...  

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CDV General George Washington

First President of the United States

1862 Civil War dated card


(1732-99) "The Father of Our Country." George Washington was the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and served as the first president of the United States.

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 1/4 card. Bust view portrait. Backmark: Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1862, by David Nichols, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court, of the District of...  

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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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Admiral Andrew H. Foote

He died while on active service in 1863!

(1806-63) He entered the navy in 1822, and sailed in the West Indies, off Africa, and along the China coast. He was appointed commander of the western flotilla at the beginning of the Civil War, and in Feb. 1862, with the cooperation of Gen. U.S. Grant, captured Fort Henry on the Tennessee River. In the ensuing capture of Fort Donelson, Foote was wounded. He aided Gen. John Pope on the Mississippi River, but his wound was not healing and he was obliged to take leave of his command. Having proved...  

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General Nathaniel P. Banks

(1816-1894) He was Speaker of the Massachusetts House, presided over the Constitutional Convention of 1853, and the same year was elected to Congress, the first of ten terms. Elected Speaker of the House of Representatives in 1856, Banks showed moderation in deciding among factions during the bitter slavery debates. In 1858 he was elected Governor of Massachusetts, serving until January 1861, when Abraham Lincoln appointed him a Major General of volunteers after Banks offered his services. Many West Point officers could not understand this appointment...  

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General Joseph E. Johnston

(1807-1891) Graduated from West Point in the class of 1825. One of his classmates was Robert E. Lee. He served with great distinction in the Seminole and Mexican Wars, in which he was wounded and brevetted repeatedly. He was commissioned a brigadier general in the Confederate Army in May 1861. The forces he commanded at Harpers Ferry linked up in time to fight with General Beauregard at 1st Manassas, turning the tide of battle in favor of the Confederacy. This performance earned him a full generalcy and the command of the Army of Northern Virginia. He...  

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John C. Calhoun

(1782-1850) Born in Abbeville, South Carolina, he was one of the most prominent statesman in American history. During his illustrious political career he served as U.S. Congressman from South Carolina, 1811-17; U.S. Secretary of War, 1817-25; Vice President of the United States, 1825-32; U.S. Senator from South Carolina, 1832-43; U.S. Secretary of State, 1844-45; and U.S. Senator, 1845-50.

Portrait engraving, half view, with printed facsimile autograph below his likeness. 7 1/4 x 10 1/2. Light age toning and wear. Small archival tape repair on the...  

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President Andrew Johnson

(1808-75) Congressman, Senator and Governor of Tennessee. He was nominated and elected vice president on the Union Republican ticket in 1864. Upon Abraham Lincoln's assassination in April 1865, he became our 17th president and resolved to follow Lincoln's plans for reconstruction without bitterness or malice. His reconstruction plan clashed drastically with that of the Radical Republicans in congress, and Johnson's term was one humiliation after another, culminating on Feb. 24, 1868 with a resolution of impeachment against him. This failed by one vote to...  

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Confederate General John H. Forney

(1829-1902) Born in Lincolnton, North Carolina, he was educated at the United States Military Academy and graduated in the class of 1852. When the War Between the States broke out Forney was living in Alabama where he enlisted in the Confederate army and was commissioned colonel of the 10th Alabama Infantry. He was promoted to brigadier general on March 10, 1862, and major general on October 27th of that same year. He saw action in the battle of 1st Manassas, and was wounded in action at the battle of Dranesville in December 1861. He held departmental...  

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Confederate General Jones M. Withers

(1814-90) Born in Madison County, Alabama, he graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in the class of 1835, but resigned to study law. He served as a volunteer during the Creek uprising, and subsequently practiced law, was engaged in cotton manufacturing, and was active in the Alabama state militia, making his residence in Tuscaloosa and Mobile. At the outbreak of the Mexican War he was reappointed in the U.S. Army as lieutenant colonel of the 13th U.S. Infantry, and was later promoted to colonel of the 9th U.S. Infantry, resigning again after the...  

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Confederate General Henry W. Allen

(1820-66) Born in Prince Edward County, Virginia, he was successively a resident of Missouri, where he received his education at Marion College; Mississippi, where he taught school and became a lawyer and planter; and Louisiana, where he was a member of the legislature for two terms. Meantime he studied law at Harvard, traveled in Europe, and saw service in the Texas War for Independence. He enlisted as a private in the Confederate Army and was immediately elected lieutenant colonel of the 4th Louisiana Infantry, and shortly colonel. He was first wounded...  

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