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 Meet Me in Nashville Decal. American War Mothers.Nashville, TN.14519
Meet Me in Nashville Decal. American War Mothers.Nashville, TN.14519
Price: $35.00

A decal printed for the 12th National Convention of American War Mothers. The American War Mothers is a national organization chartered by Congress with its headquarters in Washington, DC. Its members are mothers whose sons and daughters have served or who are serving in the Armed Forces. Its objective is to aid the serviceman or veteran and his family, including those who are hospitalized. This decal is gilded and in the shape of a school bus, with red and blue accents. Measures 3 x 2. .
 History of the United States of America, Vol 1. John P.  Jewett & Company.Boston.1858
History of the United States of America, Vol 1. John P. Jewett & Company.Boston.1858
Price: $45.00

160pp. green cloth with , with gilt stamp rendering of the monument at Bunker Hill, on the front cover. Miniature book.  This is the first volume in Byron's Diamond Library series. It covers the history of the United States up to the 1855. The miniature book is broken into eleven sections: Declaration of Independence, Signer's Names, History of the Constitution, Constitution, History of States and Territories (geographically arranged), Size of the West, Commerce & Navigation, Lives of President and Election Returns, Battle of  Bunker Hill, Battle of Bennington, and Siege of Baltimore.  Measures 2 1/4" x 1 1/2". Covers show minor edge wear. There is damage to the bottom left of the front cover. The interior pages themselves offset.
 Novelty Die-cut Drum shaped pamphlet promoting Rogers Drums - Civil War - Soldiers Farewell. Rogers & Blackman.Columbus, OH.c1906
Novelty Die-cut Drum shaped pamphlet promoting Rogers Drums - Civil War - Soldiers Farewell. Rogers & Blackman.Columbus, OH.c1906
Price: $60.00

A single-fold 4" x 3 5/8" pamphlet die-cut in the shape of a drum. within is an illustration of a Civil War soldiers Farewell and the verse"Following the Drum".   At the base of the page is pricing informaion on Drums. . The Rogers company was started in 1849 by an Irish immigrant from Dublin named Joseph Rogers. Rogers came to the United States and started crafting drum heads. ... Rogers is probably most famous for its "Dyna-Sonic" snare drum, which featured a number of innovations.
 Ladies Ticket - First National Guard Ball. Teubner, Engr...c1850
Ladies Ticket - First National Guard Ball. Teubner, Engr...c1850
Price: $65.00

A 3 1/4" x 5 3/8"  coated stock card depicting a tent encampment with a parade of soldiers and civilians strolling.  7th Regiment, 3rd Company, New York City.  The camp was believed to be in New Haven CT.  Reverse is blank. .
 Family Farm Plot, Appears to be the Isaac Davis Family Farm. ..c1805
Family Farm Plot, Appears to be the Isaac Davis Family Farm. ..c1805
Price: $100.00

What appears to be a farm plot of the Isaac Davis family farm in Acton, MA. Isaac Davis Sr. was an American Revolutionary War hero. He commanded a company of Minutemen from his home town, during the Battle of Concord, the first battle of the American Revolutionary War. During the American advance on the British, Davis was among the first killed and was the first American officer to die in the Revolution. With his wife, Hannah Brown Davis, he had four children, one of which was named Isaac Davis Jr. If one were to overlay the farm plot over a current map depicting the  historical location of the Davis family farm in Acton, MA, the roads and location appear to match up.  The paper has a watermark of "D Ames". David Ames was a papermaker who since approximately 1800 operated out of a mil in Springfield, MA. Measures 14 1/2" x 12".  . Minor foxing and toning due to age and small tears along the fold creases.
Paul Pryor "E.T. Taggard" Uncle Sam's Big Picture Series: Putnam. McLoughin Brothers.New York.1873
Paul Pryor "E.T. Taggard" Uncle Sam's Big Picture Series: Putnam. McLoughin Brothers.New York.1873
Price: $110.00

24 pp (including wrappers) The title page states The Life of General Putnam'. "The book tells the embellished story of the life of General Israel Putnam, starting as a young boy who slaughters a wolf, and his time in service during the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. There are six full page colored illustrations, rich in detail and color. The author is Paul Pryor, who is under the pseudonym of American writer E.T. Taggard. A part of Uncle Sam's Big Picture Series.  Measures 10 1/2" x 9". Cover is mostly fully detached. The binding is loose by intact, and one page is fully detached. Edge wear. Soiling and toning to interior pages. The last few pages have foxing.
Charles Allyn and William W Harris The Battle of Groton Heights: A Collection of Narratives, Official Reports, Records, Etc of the Storming of Fort Griswold. . Charles Allyn.New London, CT.1882
Charles Allyn and William W Harris The Battle of Groton Heights: A Collection of Narratives, Official Reports, Records, Etc of the Storming of Fort Griswold. . Charles Allyn.New London, CT.1882
Price: $150.00

This book details the events of September 6, 1781, when the British Army engaged a small Connecticut militia force in New London, CT and Groton, CT. After the British forces had burned most of the town of New London, they turned their attention to Fort Griswold located in Groton. What followed was Battle of Groton Heights (aka the Battle of Fort Griswold or the Fort Griswold massacre), as British forces attempted to storm the fort. While eventually the British would be victorious, they sustained heavily losses, and furthermore incited the anger of Americans as it was reported that slaughtered the majority of the Connecticut militia after they had surrendered. The book is authored by two men: an introduction and notes written by William W Harris, and 'revised and enlarged, with additional notes' by Charles Allyn. The book has sixteen black and white illustrations including engravings, maps, and heliotypes. 399 pp., Green cloth over board covers, with a stamped drawing of Fort Griswold on the front cover. Measures 9 1/2" x 6 1/4" . Covers show edge wear, and the cloth covering is crack on the edge and by the binding. Binding is loose and cracked. Interior pages are soiled and toned due to age. Front interior cover in annotated by a previous owner. There are also some notes in the margins in pencil on some interior pages. Interior pages are toned due to age, with minor foxing.
 No. 10, A Few Words in behalf of the Loyal Women of the United States by One of Themselves. Loyal Publication Society..May, 1863
No. 10, A Few Words in behalf of the Loyal Women of the United States by One of Themselves. Loyal Publication Society..May, 1863
Price: $250.00

23 pp pamphlet.  No. 10 in a series of 17 published by The Loyal Publication Society relating to the Civil War. An essay by a Union woman contesting the opinion "But for the courage and energy of the women of the South, we believe the Rebellion would not have survived to this time.  Had the women of the North with like zeal addressed themeselves to the work of encouraging a loyla and devoted spirit among us, the copperhead conspiracy in behalf of the enemy would have been strangled at its birth, and the rebels would have been strangled at its birth, and the rebels would have learned, long ago, the futility of expecting aid and comfort from such a source".  Measures 9' x 6". .