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Georgia Historical Quarterly-David Vaughn's Collection
Item #: NEW-0017266

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This is The Georgia Historical Quarterly, Volume LXXXIX, Summer 2005.  This was discarded from the Friends of the Library in Macon Ga.  The only thing I can see wrong is there are several circle indentations on the cover.  This is part II of David W Vaughan's magnificent collection of images of Georgia soldiers.  There are 25 soldiers shown in the article.  All funds will go to the Friends of the Library in Macon.

David Vaughn
Confederate soldiers 

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Price: $17.50 USD
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Georgia's Confederate Sons-Vol I-Wiggins
Item #: NEW-0017257

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This is a soft bound book which is in demand. I have priced it lower than the few I found on the web. Assembled by David Wiggins, the book has 176 pages mostly photos of Georgia Confederate soldiers. Some minor wear.

Price: $45.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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Georgia's Confederate Monument and Cemeteries
Item #: NEW-0017249

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Signed book by David Wiggins.

How many of these Confederate Monuments will still remain? This book at least preserves the monuments that were erected.



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From Manassas to Appomattox-Longstreet
Item #: NEW-0017248

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This huge book is a first edition, which sadly someone decided to replace original covers with a library binding. The interior pages are very clean, with one page repaired.  It is discrete.  Publisher: J. B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1896. 690 pages.  This book with its original covers goes for $12,000.   

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Price: $78.50 USD
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Remembering Georgia's Confederates-Wiggins
Item #: NEW-0017246

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Great photos in the soft bound book by David Wiggins. 128 pages, chock full of images of the old vets. Signed.  

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Confederate Faces in Color-Pritchard
Item #: NEW-0017241

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Gorgeous book by Shannon Pritchard and Shane Kisner. First Edition. 274 pages in color. This book is over $200 on other sites and it is rare to have a new book climb in price, instead of go down. This book is also autographed by the author.

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Price: $185.50 USD
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Confederate Sheet Music-Virginian Marseillaise
Item #: NEW-0017231

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This is a variation of another sheet on my site with the same title.  This is the French and English Version by F W Rosier.  Richmond Virginia by Geor Dunn & Company.  Heavily foxed and stains which can be seen in the scan.

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Price: $357.50 USD
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Sam Davis-Confederate Hero-Whitley
Item #: NEW-0017216

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This is a scarce little book which tells the story of young Sam Davis who was hung for his refusal to reveal Confederate plans. The book was written by Edythe Johns Rucker Whitley in 1947. Sponsored by the Sam Davis Memorial Association and the Sam Davis Home in Smyrna Tennessee. His story takes 63 pages  The rest of the book consists of photos, geneological material on the Davis family. Some of the pages on Davis have pencil markings which marked the interest of the reader at one time. Some wear to the boards and top and bottom of spine. The color in the scan is not true to the book, which is actually grayish. 

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Price: $50.50 USD
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History of the Tennessee Regimental CSA
Item #: NEW-0017215

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This may be the most important Tennessee Regimental history, and certainly I have referred to it on many occasions while researching. As can be seen in the scans, the book is in very poor condition and attempts to restore it by someone made it worse.  Iím going to let the scans speak for themselves. Needless to say the binding is very loose. The title is History of the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. Nashville, TN: Published by The Publication Committee, Consisting of W.J. McMurray, M.D., Deering J. Roberts, M.D., and Ralph J. Neal, 1904. 1st ed. 520 pp.  portraits. Orig. cloth. HOWES M-173. First Editions of this book are offered at the lowest $300 up to $600

History of the Twentieth Tennessee Regiment

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Price: $55.50 USD
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7th Tennessee Cavalry-Young
Item #: NEW-0017214

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This is a softbound reprint of J P Young's great book on the 7th Tennessee Cavalry CSA. Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. 

The Seventh Tennessee Cavalry

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Tennessee's Forgotten Warriors-Losson
Item #: NEW-0017213

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This is a first edition, as stated, of Tennesseeís Forgotten Warriors, namely Frank Cheatham and His Confederate Division.  The author is Christopher Losson.  Printed by the University of Tennessee in 1990.  This is must for anyone interested in the Army of Tennessee. Very clean copy.

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Price: $26.50 USD
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Soldiering in the Army of Tennessee-Daniel
Item #: NEW-0017209

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Excellent condition on the book by Larry J Daniel. 1991.

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Cities Under the Gun-James A Hoobler
Item #: NEW-0017197

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This is a first edition (1986) and signed by the author James Hoobler.  It is filled with the images by George N. Barnard & others of occupied Nashville and Chattanooga. Good condition despite me referring to it all the time over the years.   

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Price: $27.50 USD
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Southern Rights-Jefferson Davis Paper Item
Item #: NEW-0014271

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This broadside measures 8 by 6+ inches and is from the Civil War period.  Some condition problems including a tack hole on  left side, some staining and someone has partially tried to copy Jefferson's name under his name.  The graphics were created by a stamp.  It was taken from an album as can be seen by the back. Likely this was made to hang in Southern homes.    

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Price: $625.00 USD
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Macon Ga-UCV Group Photo+Cross of Honor
Item #: NEW-0011711

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This listing contains three items, one a group photograph of Confederate veterans wearing their ribbons and badges.  The men are posed under a Jefferson Davis banner, which unfortunately is not shown in entirety.  The veterans in uniform are holding a Confederate flag.  There is ink writing on the photo and board identifying the owner of the photograph. Also the writing at the bottom reads "All of these men in the Confederate Army with my Father...(flag)..shot to pieces in the War." Also in pencil I can read Macon.There are some pretty severe cracks and creases in the photograph itself.  The board is damaged as well.  I believe all of these defects can be seen in the scan. The first scan is closest to the appearance of the photo.

   Also included in the listing is the Engraved Cross of Honor of Pvt. Samuel G Marsh, Co B, The Brown Rifles, 3rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment.  He is identified in the photograph by an ink arrow. Finally there is a document "Record of Soldier or Sailor in the Confederate or State Service from Georgia" filled out by Marsh. Marsh indicates that he saw action at "Malvern Hill 2nd Mannassas was at Surrender Harper Ferry, Sharpsburg or Antietam, Fredricksburg, Chancellorsville, Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House deep Bottom.  Blow up at Petersburg, Hatchers Run Brista Station Reams Station 2 engagements on Weldon RR 22nd June 64 in front Petersburg and at Culpeper C H besides having been left on picket on evacuating Petersburg and being one of the rear guard of the retreating army we were engaged every day for 8 days fighting more or less every day until the surrender, never was absent from the army..never been inside of a hospital during the war. " Marsh was paroled at Appomattox.  

Samuel G Marsh
Brown Rifles
3rd Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Price: $1,000.00 USD
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Tintype-Union Officer-Sword-Sheath
Item #: NEW-0011611

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Exceptional clarity on this sixth plate tintype image of a war weary officer holding an M1850 foot officers sword in it's leather scabbard.  Although the cheeks are tinted the photographer, fortunately did not add gilt on the belt plate which clearly shows an eagle.  Very slight bends in the tintype hardly worth mentioning.  The top of the tintype appears to have been trimmed. The composite case is complete but very worn.

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Price: $255.50 USD
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Catalog Updated
4/22/2019 11:28:00 AM
Booker T Washington-Teddy Roosevelt Dines at White House Print

$875.50

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