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    • Ballou's pictorial Vol. IX., No. 25, December 22, 1855

    • 1855
    • Ballou's Pictorial, Boston, Saturday, December 22, 1855. Loose leaf from Vol. IX., No. 25 (Whole No. 233). The back of the leaf shows page number "386." Leaf includes an emblematical picture of the great State of Louisiana and a novel written by...
    • Ballou's Pictorial: Scenes in New Orleans

    • 1855
    • Loose leaf from Ballou’s Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion, the illustrated weekly periodical published in Boston, MA from 1800s. Consists of 4 pages (253-254, 285-286). Issue number unknown. Features engravings and sketches by Mr. F. Bellew,...
    • Harper's History of the Great Rebellion, May, 1865

    • 1865-05
    • Loose leaf from the newpaper Harper's Weekly. Consisting of 2 pages. The first page features "Harper's History of the Great Rebellion," with illustration "Camp of Confederate Prisoners at Elmira, New York." The other page is an illustration titled...
    • Rev. Dr. Breckenridge

    • 185?
    • Photograph from Hoag & Quick's Art Palace, Cincinnati, Ohio. Consisting of 2 images (front & back). Handwritten "Rev. Dr. Breckenridge" and "12/8556" in the back.
    • Cosas de los Estados Unidos

    • 1864
    • The author Simón Camacho wrote the book under the pseudonym "Nazareno." Edited by James Durand. It contains letters and sketches covering the years 1856 to 1863. Includes the author's portrait, engraved by J.A. O'Neill from a photograph by...
    • Colonization

    • 1863
    • Speech on Colonization, anonymous, ca. 1863. A speech delivered on the efficacy and possibilities of emancipation with colonization, suggesting the expatriation of American slaves to the Caribbean upon emancipation (Figures 9 & 10.) A fascinating...
    • A proclamation

    • 1862
    • A Proclamation by President of the United States. Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation issued on January 1, 1863. "Whereas, on the twenty-second day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two, a...
    • Invoice, 1864

    • 1864-03-01
    • An invoice issued by Mrs. J. C. Coleman at Canton Mississippi to J.S. Mosby on March 1st, 1864 for plantation supplies including slave shoes, sole leather, and Choice brown sugar.
    • New York Tribune, Vol. XV. No. 759, Saturday, March 29, 1856

    • 1856-03-29
    • New York Tribune, Vol. XV. No. 759, Saturday, March 29, 1856. New York Tribune is an American daily newspaper established by Horace Greeley in 1841. From the 1840s through the 1860s it was the dominant Whig Party and then Republican newspaper in...
    • Drummer Jackson

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    • Postcard consisting of 2 pages (front & back). Front: Black and white photograph, the Drummer boy Jackson, former slave and then drummer for the Union Army in the 79th U.S. Colored Troops in Louisiana. Back has text: 'Drummer Jackson' 79th United...

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