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Captain Tod Carter-CSA Army-Rare Booklet-Battle of Franklin
Item #: NEW-0016864

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There are no other listings of this scarce book about Tod Carter, who died in the Battle of Franklin.  The book was written by Rosalie Carter, a grand niece, and was inscribed by her to a friend and was no 47 of 500 numbered copies, Dec. 6, 1972.   It is a soft bound booklet, measuring 11 by 8 and a half inches.  52 pages.  Light corner crease on top right side.  The Carter house in Franklin was in the middle of the Battle and served as a hospital for the wounded soldiers. It is still standing and a favorite tourist attraction.       

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $50.50 USD
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The Battle of Franklin-Marshall Morgan
Item #: NEW-0016859

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Super rare little pamphlet which last time I heard went for $750.  The condition is terrible as far as the wraps go and there is a lengthwise fold.  Someone also tore off the bottom of the tittle page and the other pages have deliberate long light pencil strokes on them. Attempts were made to erase the pencil markings.  I'm speculating that some durn Yankee defaced this book which is an eye account of the Battle of Franklin and its aftermath.  Eleven pages and ads of Franklin businesses in the front and back.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $37.50 USD
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Civil War As Seen Though Female Experience-Rick Warwick
Item #: NEW-0016854

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Soft bound book, compiled by Rick Warwick in 1008, Williamson County Women.  172 pages and measures 11 by 8 and a half inches.  Photos, letters and stories of the women of Williamson County Tennessee during the Civil War.

Price: $15.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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Cleburne and His Command-Reprint-Irving Buck
Item #: NEW-0016849

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Publisher: McCowat-Mercer Press, Inc., Jackson, Tennessee, 1959
Used - Very Good. Binding tight; interior clean but damage to the dust cover spine as can be seen in the scan.  Foreword by Bell Irvin Wiley, followed by "Pat Cleburne- Stonewall Jackson of the West" by the editor Thomas Robson Hay, finally followed by "Cleburne and His Command" by Capt. Irving Buck. 

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Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
Price: $35.50 USD
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Always Ready-2nd Ky Cavalry-Dan Lee
Item #: NEW-0016846

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8 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches, soft bound and self published. It covers the campaigns of the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry, USA. 166 pages. 

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $20.50 USD
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Coming Like Hell-Waldon Loving
Item #: NEW-0016845

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Soft bound book published in 2002.  It is the story of the 12th Tennessee Cavalry, Richardson's Brigade, Forrest's Cavalry Corps in the Confederate Army. 211 pages which includes a complete roster of the 12th. Writers club press.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $16.50 USD
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Jefferson Davis Grand March-Confederate Imprint
Item #: NEW-0015189

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Complete sheet bound by old cloth tape.  Written by William Herz in Mobile Alabama.  Published in 1861.  See scan.  No paypal on this item  though payment plans can be arranged.  This is a hard to obtain sheet. music.

Shipping Weight: 2.1 lbs
Price: $1,500.00 USD
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Beauregard's Charleston Quickstep-Confederate Sheet Music
Item #: NEW-0015188

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Nice condition on this complete sheet.  Light staining.  "To the Hero of Shiloh & Charleston" Published by J C Schreiner in Macon and Savannah Ga. 1863.  Listed as a Confederate imprint.

Shipping Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price: $478.50 USD
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Short Rations-Comic Confederate Sheet Music
Item #: NEW-0015181

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Complete, popular sheet in good condition.  Published by Blackmar in Augusta Ga in 1864.  

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $307.50 USD
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Camp Moore Polka-1861 Confederate Sheet-Alabama
Item #: NEW-0015175

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This is a very rare sheet, possibly the only example.  It is not listed in any reference, although a later edition was found. See scan to view the foxing which is on all the pages of this complete sheet.  There is a small tear in the middle of the right hand side.  Bound by what looks like very old cloth tape It is dedicated to Capt Geo M Bommer of Company D 1st Reg Army Ala. by S Schlesinger of Mobile Alabama.  published by Joseph Bloch New Orleans.  First page of the sheet reads "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1861 by J Bloch in the Cl.Off.of the D. C of the ClS for the D. of Ala."

Price: $557.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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Stars & Bars-Color Confederate Sheet Music
Item #: NEW-0015174

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Complete Confederate sheet music.  Large water marks on left side.  Trimmed at bottom to fit into an album.  My scanner cut off part of the left side but its all there. Published by Blackmar & Bro in Augusta Georgia in 1862..

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $725.50 USD
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The Alabama-Sheet Music
Item #: NEW-0015169

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This is a large complete sheet, measuring thirteen and a half inches by 10 and a half inches.  Note the stains and foxing.  The sheet is whiter than the scan.  This sheet is somewhat of a mystery. "Entered according to act of Congress 1863 by Blackmar in the district office of the CS office of Georgia" Publisher Blackmar & Co 74 Camp Street-New Orleans."  It is not listed Crandall, Hoogerwerff, or Parrish and Willingham. I believe this edition is rare and desirable however, and it was found in a period album which contained only Confederate imprints. 

Another collector of Confederate sheet music examined this sheet and declared it to be a Confederate imprint. 

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $450.50 USD
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The Soldiers Suit of Grey-Graphic Confederate Sheet Music
Item #: NEW-0015148

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This sheet was published in 1861 in Augusta Georgia by Blackmar & Brothers. It is dingy and in worn condition, so study the scns carefully.    

Shipping Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price: $278.50 USD
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Flag of the South-Color Illustrated Nashville Sheet
Item #: NEW-0015147

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This beautiful sheet was published in Nashville in 1861, written by Anna K Hearn.  C D Benson was the publisher.  Note the heavy stains on the cover.  Technically this would not be a Confederate Imprint as Nashville had not yet joined the Confederacy.  Please view the scans to see the condition.

Shipping Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price: $478.50 USD
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How Are You? John Morgan-Nashville Occupied Sheet
Item #: NEW-0015146

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This is a desirable sheet despite the fact that Nashville was occupied early in the war and this example was published in 1864.  It is my understanding that there is a sheet which varies a little that was a Confederate sheet.  This is a pretty clean sheet as can be seen in the scans.  Complete title is "How are You John Morgan." 

Shipping Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price: $458.00 USD
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God Save the Southern Land-Illustrated Confederate Imprint
Item #: NEW-0015144

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Complete Confederate sheet music published in 1864 in Richmond by Geo Dunn & Company.  There are multiple listings in Parrish & Willingham but the outstanding graphics makes this a popular sheet.

Shipping Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price: $478.50 USD
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Catalog Updated
12/11/2017 4:17:00 PM
Andrew Jackson Signature-1826 Check-Bank of Tennessee

$2,300.00

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