Museum quality CIVIL WAR RELIC. From US Civil War veteran James W Dickie to his cousin Robert in Scotland dated November 30th 1873. Dickie, a Scottish emigrant and farmer of Burnside, Lapeer Co, Michigan, America, saw action with Union forces under General Sherman from summer 1862 until summer 1865, and provides matter-of-fact, but compelling eye-witness testimony of the Battles of Chattanooga and Atlanta. Some of the content relating to setting up his farmstead.VERY GOOD CLEAR TEXT transcription available to bonafides enquiries AMERICAN CIVIL WAR - A long and very Interesting Hand Written Parchment Letter of Twelve Stitched Pages, Stitched, coming loose in places. Soiling and staining but with no tears or loss, horizontal folds.
Size 200 x 310 mm. Preference given to libraries and institutions furthering Historical Research.
ORIGINAL NOT A COPY OR REPRODUCTION. The item "Museum qual LETTER AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIER (North) Manuscript DICKIE MICHIGAN" is in sale since Saturday, June 24, 2017.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Manuscripts". The seller is "amgarchive" and is located in Skipton. This item can be shipped worldwide.