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[FRENCH & INDIAN WAR - BATTLE OF JUMONVILLE GLEN].
The London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer
. London: R. Baldwin, August 1754.
[PRE-REVOLUTIONARY WAR - NONIMPORTATION AGREEMENTS].
The Pennsylvania Gazette
. No. 2146. Philadelphia: David Hall and William Sellers, 8 February 1770.
[BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR].
Supplement to the Royal Gazette and the Jamaica Courant
. Vol. XXVIII, No. 13. Kingston: 29 March 1806.
[REVOLUTIONARY WAR]. BURT, Charles K. (1823-1892), engraver, after William Tylee Ranney (1813-1857).
Marion Crossing the Pedee
[REVOLUTIONARY WAR]. A group of 2 Massachusetts documents including an enlistment bounty receipt for a Revolutionary War soldier.
[AMERICA AT WAR]. A group of 44 items, highlighted by Revolutionary War documents. 18th-20th century.
[HAWAII - MISSIONARIES] -- [WHITNEY, Samuel (1793-1845)].
. Vol. II, No. XXXII. Honolulu: Hawaiian Government, 27 December 1845.
Empire Francais. L’Armee et la Garde Imperiale
. Paris: Hautecoeur Freres, n.d. [ca 1865-1870].
[MEXICAN WAR]. Return of the First Regiment of Virginia Volunteers. November 1847.
[CIVIL WAR]. Quarter plate tintype of Union artillery soldiers on the beach at Hilton Head, South Carolina. [Hilton Head, SC]: n.p., [1860s].
[CIVIL WAR]. Ruby ambrotype of unidentified, armed Union officer wearing II Corps (Second Army Corps) badge. N.p.: n.p., [1860s].
[CIVIL WAR]. Sixth plate tintype of Union bandsman with horn, posed in front of Benton Barracks studio backdrop. [St. Louis, Missouri]: n.p., [1860s].
[CIVIL WAR]. Tintype of Union musician with bass upright horn. N.p.: n.p., [1860s].
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 4 CDVs of Union musicians, comprising:
[CIVIL WAR]. Brevet Major General Andrew A. Humphreys signed CDV. Philadelphia: F. Gutekunst, n.d.
[CIVIL WAR]. CDV of Surgeon Henry Wheaton Rivers, Rhode Island 1st and 4th Infantry. Providence, Rhode Island: Manchester, Bro. & Angell, n.d.
[CIVIL WAR]. BRADY, Mathew, photographer.
General Stoneman and Staff, at his Headquarters, Near Fair Oaks
. [Washington, DC: Gardner & Gibson, 1862].
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 3 CDVs, featuring outdoor views of W.T. Sherman on horseback and Christopher Augur and staff.
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 3 CDVs featuring outdoor scenes, incl.
View from Top of Signal Station, Hilton Head, South Carolina
. Concord, NH: H.P. Moore, [1860s].
[CIVIL WAR]. Albumen photograph of Captain William Wheeler Woodworth, Co. D, New York 64th Volunteer Infantry. N.p.: n.p., [1860s].
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 3 photographs of Cadets Albert Murray, Clemens Chaffee, and William Barlett from the West Point Class of 1862.
[CIVIL WAR]. Albumen photograph of Camp of the 44th New York Infantry. [Alexandria, Virginia]: n.p., [ca 1864].
BRADY, Mathew (1822-1896), photographer. Outdoor photograph of ruins of Confederate fortifications at Manassas Junction. Manassas Junction, VA, [March 1862].
[EARLY PHOTOGRAPHY] -- [CIVIL WAR]. Exall - English family archive, featuring correspondence and photographs, incl. pre-war CDV possibly showing William Exall, 21st Virginia Infantry.
[CIVIL WAR]. Half plate tintype of identified Confederate lieutenant housed in a Very Very Rare union wall frame. [Richmond, VA]: n.p., [ca 1862].
[CIVIL WAR]. Sixth plate ambrotype of an unidentified Confederate first lieutenant of infantry.
[CIVIL WAR] - [MORGAN, JOHN HUNT (1825-1864)]. Trio of CDVs of CSA Brigadier General Morgan, comprising:
[CIVIL WAR - CONFEDERATE STATES NAVY]. Archive of photographs and ephemera related to the CSS
and other Confederate naval subjects, including:
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 3 CDVs of Brown Water Navy officers, incl. Josiah Benton, USS
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 4 CDVs of naval subjects, some identified, incl. Commodore Andrew Hull Foote.
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 7 unidentified Naval officers, 6 with western Brown Water Navy back marks, comprising:
[EARLY PHOTOGRAPHY] -- [US NAVY]. CDV of USS
. Milwaukee, Wisconsin: W.B. Burke, [1860s].
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 2 albumen photographs of warships, incl. Brown Water Navy tinclad USS
and shipboard scene.
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 3 companion albumen photographs of gunboats at Baton Rouge, USS
[EARLY PHOTOGRAPHY]. A group of 26 stereoviews incl. views of Washington, DC, and the Grand Review.
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 10 CDVs of Special Agents of the US Treasury stationed in Paris. Paris, France: Ulric Grob, [ca 1860s].
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 7 newspapers from 1861, incl. pre-war and homefront news, featuring
New York Times
commentary on evolving CSA government.
[CIVIL WAR]. BUFFORD, John H. (1810-1870), lithographer.
Yankee Volunteers Marching Into Dixie.
[CIVIL WAR]. SEDDON, James A. (1815-1880). Document signed ("James A. Seddon"), as Confederate States Secretary of War. Richmond, VA, 25 August 1863.
[CIVIL WAR] - [1864 ELECTION]. A group of 3 documents related to the Atlantic Squadron and voting in the 1864 Presidential election, comprising:
[CIVIL WAR]. Letter from citizens of Henry County, Kentucky, requesting the release of "political prisoner" William S. Pryor. New Castle, KY, 15 January 1863.
[CIVIL WAR]. JOHNSON, Andrew (1808-1875). SEWARD, William H. (1801-1872). Partly-printed Presidential pardon stamp-signed ("Andrew Johnson") and signed ("WIll. H. Seward") for W.T. Harwood. Washington DC, 20 September 1865.
[CIVIL WAR]. HARWOOD, Andrew (1802-1884). A group of 3 documents related to Rear Admiral Andrew A. Harwood, comprising:
[CIVIL WAR]. GWIN, William (1832-1863). A group of 2 crew lists related to the Western Flotilla and US Naval Officer Lieutenant Commander William Gwin, comprising:
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 3 documents with New Orleans and Louisiana interest, comprising:
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 2 soldiers' letters with Vicksburg and Arkansas interest, comprising:
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of 4 letters related to Brevet Brigadier General William Stedman (1815-1869), Ohio 6th Cavalry and Ohio 7th Infantry, comprising:
[CIVIL WAR]. Archive of William M. Perry, Ohio 7th Volunteer Infantry.
[CIVIL WAR]. A group of Civil War letters and ephemera representing multiple soldiers, a war-date governor, and including Andersonville POW letter from Private Samuel W. Armington (1837-1913), Co. D, Massachusetts 15th Infantry.
[STONEWALL JACKSON - BOOKS]. A large group of books related to General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, comprising:
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