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1 "WE ARE FOR THE UNION" AS SUNG BY OUR VOLUNTEERS.
8" x 4" 
Song sheet. Vg. Clean copy w/sm. damp to top left corner. (3450288030)
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2 ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. PASSED AT THE EXTRA SESSION
Wheeling 1862 
108pp. First ed. top cover loose. Tp foxed. Top free corner w/ damp stain increasing towards rear. Shetler 811. (5980858503)
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3 Articles in two issues of IRON WORKER as follows:

Spring, 1960, Lynchburg, VA in the War Between the States, by Edley Craighill, 13pp. & Lynchburg's First Historian Anne Royal by Lucillle Watson, 15pp. Winter 55-56. For the two... (179435708)
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4 COMPLETE CIVIL WAR COLLECTION
Birmingham 1976 
36 prints in color. Yellowing at bottom of dj - does not affect text. Limited to 7700 copies. Copies on line to five hundred. For this copy (5982275688)
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5 CONFEDERATE VETERAN.

A 12-p. typed index of specifically WV topics, by campaign or battle, incl. battle of Phillipi, Carrick's Ford, WV Campaign, Carnifax Ferry, Fayetteville, Scary Creek, Greenbrier, Gauley, Laurel Hill, Rich Mountain, & Cheat Mountain. Facs Only. (248637054) 
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6 KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, COLLECTION 1915-1918, VOLUME XIV.
Topeka 1918 
xiv,896pp. Contains 1st KS Battery (50pp.); J. H. Kitts Diary (30pp.); Quantrill details, etc. V.g. Civil War. Military. Native Americans. (3668417493)
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7 (Burrage, Henry Sweetser, ed) HISTORY OF THE THIRTY-SIXTH REGIMENT MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS 1862 - 1865
Boston 1888 
405pp. First ed. Good and solid, beveled edges, gilt very legible. Some scrapes to covers. Dorn MBCW Mass 313. Nevins I, 129. This group part of 14th Corps. (5951300073) 
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8 (Early, Jubal Anderson) ed by Frank E. Vandiver WAR MEMOIRS AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH AND NARRATIVE OF THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES
Bloomington, IN 1960 
496pp. First Indiana University ed. Fine in vg unclipt dj. (6002278242)
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9 (Jackson, James W.) LIFE OF JAMES W. JACKSON THE ALEXANDRIA HERO, THE SLAYER OF ELLSWORTH
(Falls Church, VA) (1985) 
41pp. First ptd 1862. Fine in paper covers. #112 of 500 copies. (5948992086)
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10 (Lee, Robert E.) SOUVENIR: LEE MONUMENT UNVEILING MAY 29TH 1890 (cover title)
Richmond (1890) 
96pp. Oblong, paper covers (bkstrp well frayed). Top front corner crease. For the great statue on Richmond's Monument Ave. Many full page ads (some illust). Speeches, poems, messages, etc. Our colleague John Thompson notes OCLC locates copies in seven libraries. Laid in is a reunion ribbon for Company D Virginia 3rd Infanty. (5829948546) 
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11 (Lee, Robert) General Assembly of Virginia Ceremonies (at the) Unveiling of the Statue of General Robert Edward Lee
Richmond 1932 Large 4to 
8pp. 1st and only edition, vg in heavy, embossed paper covers, text tied with grape thread (Inside joke: the GA issued 8 of these honoring Va. born Presidents each with blue thread: I suppose they thought Marse Robert might not like blue thread on his program.). (6032646492) 
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12 (Price, William T.) MEMORIALS OF EDWARD HERNDON SCOTT, MD.
Singers Glen, VA 1873 
29(1)pp. (1974 reprint by Jim Presgraves, Wytheville, VA). Confederate soldier's memoirs; served w/MO & Valley of VA Divisions, as well as McNeill's Rangers. Later a doctor. Not in Dornbusch. Lt bds, fine. ISBN 1-933607-71-8 (38525365) 
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13 (Richmond Howitzers) CONTRIBUTIONS TO A HISTORY OF THE RICHMOND HOWITZER BATTALION. PAMPHLET #4.
Richmond 1886 
64pp. First ed. PRISON DIARY (Creed T. Davis) & extracts from order book of the 1st Co. Richmond Howitzers. V.g. (wrps with edge chips). This is the 4th of the four vols issued in the series which a southern colleague mistakenly attributes to Carlton McCarthy. While Mr. Mac might have assisted & certainly was the listed publr, these four pamphlets, issued over three years, were probably no more authored or ed. by McCarthy than the Donnelley Corp. could be called the author of a Sears-Roebuck Cat. Dornbusch, MBCW 1116. Only copy of this pamphlet on line at one fifty. Military. Virginia. (136154874) 
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14 (Taylor, Loren S.) HISTORY OF THE FIFTEENTH REGIMENT, IOWA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, FROM OCTOBER, 1861, TO AUGUST, 1865
Keokuk, IA 1887 
644(2)blank,errata slip tipped inpp. Many illust, incl map of Battle of Atlanta. Vg in federal blue cover, gilt bright, beveled edges. Bksrp gilt titling bright, the flag below a bit rubbed. Front inner jt reglued. Nevins, CWB I, p. 57. Copies on line to five hundred. (5982761580)
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15 (Texas) Ninth Legislature General Laws of the Ninth Legislature of the State of Texas
Houston 1862 
64, xii,(1).pp. 1st ed, with facs. tp (that has lib marks), bound in later cloth. Text with CSA style foxing, covers fine. PARRISH AND WILLINGHAM 4181 (6033901713)
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16 (Twain, Mark) (Clemens, Samuel L.) THE GALAXY, VOLUME X, JULY 1870 TO JANUARY 1871.
NY 1870 
888pp. Recent black cl., v.g. (one stamp on t.p.).Title page loose, edge frayed. This vol. contains six contribution by Twain(Memoranda), plus his famous Map of Paris, a grand spoof in great style. (4757301465) 
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17 (Various attorneys) "Geneva Award" as covered in 16 titles
DC, etc. 1878 
Here are thirteen 1st editions (one title includes reprints of three other Alabama titles) , several in paper covers, all bound together in one volume (3/4lea and mrbld bds, expected rubbing). Contents all v.g., no foxing, writing, or discoloration. We provide author, title, pagination and OCLC frequency as O=x. Please note that only one of these titles appears in first edition on line. Here goes.1, Lathers, A Statement of Facts. 15. O=122. Manning. Geneva Award. 16. O=13.3. Brainerd. Geneva Award (Argument), 32. O=144. Brainerd. Argument (with additions). 30. O=135. Spofford. The Geneva Award Supplemental. 9. O=36. (Baring, et als) War Upon American Commerce (1864) 24. O=247. Osgood and Curtiss. Memorial to Congress. 5. O=28, 9, 10, 11. Metcalf. Geneva Award. 40. O=12 (includes reprints of ((Please note for these 3 we list OCLC locations for originals). Same. Builder of Ship Delphine. 1873 (28-34) O=(9) Same. Geneva Award. Five minutes. 1874 (35-38) O=(4) Same. Geneva Award. Two Facts... nd. (39-40). O=(1)12. Cushing. Opinion of Hon. Caleb Cushing. 4 O=413. Metcalf. Facts Relating to the Geneva Award. (1877) 34. O=714. Sedgwick. Claimants Under the Geneva Award. 37. O=715. Clingman. The Geneva Award Argument. (1877). 30. O=716. Duplicate of first pamphlet. 16 vol. (6033942204)
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18 (Wadsworth, James Samuel, issued by Supervision of New York Monuments Commission) IN MEMORIAM JAMES SAMUEL WADSWORTH 1807 - 1864
New York 1916 
121pp. 17 full p. illust in photo gravure. 4to. Vg to near fine. In crimson cl, all gilt bright, corners sharp. A very few small scrapes. Killed at Wilderness Battlefield. (5933848452)
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19 (Welles, Gideon) "REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY (DEC. 1862)" as ptd in Vol III MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (TO CONGRESS)
Washington, DC 1862 
931pp. First ed. Modest dampness on front, a great deal more on rear. Text foxed. Battle reports, supplies, contracts and more. (5926438599)
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20 (Wintamute, Andrew R.) LINE WRITTEN ON THE DEATH OF ANDREW R. WINTAMUTE, WHO WAS KILLED AT THE BATTLE OF THE WILDERNESS, MAY 5TH, 1864
Lovelton (PA) 1864 7 1/2"x3" 
Broadsidepp. This town close to North Branch and Mehoopany. Expected aging. No copies listed per OCLC (5/14). (5969844951)
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