2 edition of United States Civil War: Collection of envelopes printed during the Civil War. found in the catalog.
United States Civil War: Collection of envelopes printed during the Civil War.
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Publication - The Art of Stamp Collecting PSN Stamp collecting can be a lifetime hobby. It‘s fun and educational for all ages and it‘s easy to start your own collection without a big investment. Read on to find out how you can start or build your very own collection. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System is a computerized database containing very basic facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the Civil War. The initial focus of the CWSS is the Names Index Project, a project to enter names and other basic information from million soldier records in the National Archives.
The collection is comprised of official returns, morning reports and various other personnel listings and reports for departments in the Army of the Potomac, which was the Union’s primary army fighting in the eastern theater during the American Civil War, 21 Underground Railroad known as the Fugitive Slave Act, which dictated that runaways must be returned to their owners. Because Virginia was at war with the United States, Butler confiscated the slaves, declaring them contraband of war. See more of these Civil War envelopes or covers in the collection of the Library Company of Author: Barbara Brackman.
Mailing envelopes with patriotic imagery or emblems printed on them appeared at the outset of the Civil War soon after South Carolina’s secession from the Union in December of Production of the envelopes in the South ceased after , but continued in the North until the end of the war. 37 booklets and pamphlets, 65 buttons, 3 prints and 8 Civil War documents. Reproductions of Civil War prints issued for the centennial in Two prints, each on x in. sheets. One shows Confederate commanders, including Jefferson Davis, the other Union commanders with Lincoln front and .
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Civil War "patriotic covers" - that is, envelopes printed with mono- or multi-color images of people, places, mythic and American iconography, and more - have long been treasured and collected by philatelists and people interested in Civil War ephemera or postal by: 3.
This is a portion of the MOLLUS Civil War collection. It includes approximately unused United States Civil War patriotic covers (envelopes) printed or embossed with images. Covers are predominantly from the Union side, but there are a few from the Confederate States of America (C.S.A.).
Civil War "patriotic covers" - that is, envelopes printed with mono- or multi-color images of people, places, mythic and American iconography, and more - have long been treasured and collected by philatelists and people interested in Civil War ephemera or postal history/5.
- Explore bobsixta46's board "Am Civil War Envelopes" on Pinterest. See more ideas about War, American civil war and Envelope art pins. What I got was an incredible collection of original correspondence, photographs, souvenirs, and, most of all, patriotic envelopes from the secession crisis and the first year of the war.
The collection was assembled by Hiram Roosa of Kingston, NY, who served during the war as the corresponding secretary of the New York Military Association.
The Commemoration of the American Civil War on postage stamps concerns both the actual stamps and covers used during the American Civil War, and the later postage latter include commemorative stamp issues devoted to the actual events and personalities of the war, as well as definitive issues depicting many noteworthy individuals who participated in the era's crucial.
Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs 3, Drawings (Documentary) 1, Lot 1, You can build a collection around just United States Civil War issues or just those of the Confederate States. Even better, you can build a collection that showcases the era for what it was—a country and a postal system divided.
On both sides of the conflict, it is a story of the plight of ordinary people as they communicated by mail. HSP's collections provide an exceptional source of women’s writings during the Civil War years. The following guide provides an annotated resource for these records, which include diaries, correspondence, and account books kept by women and women's organizations prior to, during, and after the war.
Beginnings. During the first seven weeks of the Civil War, the US Post Office still delivered mail from the seceded states.
Mail that was postmarked after the date of a state's admission into the Confederacy throughand bearing U.S. postage is deemed to represent 'Confederate State Usage of U.S. Stamps'. i.e., Confederate covers franked with Union stamps.
Related Resources at the Library of Congress Many rich resources relating to the Civil War exist in a variety of formats and locations at the Library of Congress.
Selected holdings of the Prints and Photographs Division are highlighted below, as well as some of the resources (particularly online offerings) of other Library of Congress Divisions.
- Explore dottieshines's board "Civil War", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about War, American civil war and Civil war photosK pins. Also part of this collection is a scrapbook of envelopes printed during the Civil War. More colorful and patriotic than modern envelopes, these creative designs resulted from the new postal rate that allowed letters of up to one half of an ounce to be mailed for three cents (according to National Geographic).
Prior to that, the Post Office charged by the sheet, so no one used envelopes. Civil War Miscellaneous Collection (Enlisted man's letters, ) Located at the Military History Institute in Carlisle, PA.
Goodrich, William B. William B. Goodrich Collection Description: linear feet Abstract: This collection consists of letters, diaries, business papers, photographs, and memorabilia.
Postage Envelopes used during the Civil War era. As was mentioned in the previous posting about fractional currency issued by the federal government during the Civil War, there was extensive hoarding of coins.
To fill the need for small change merchants resorted to several alternatives. It was made popular in in Europe, and from in the United States.
During the Civil War Congress passed a law to collect taxes to aid in funding the Union War effort. One of these taxes was to be applied to the relatively new fad of photography. The duties were collected on. Secretary Benjamin, referring to the situation at the outset of the war, stated that the United States was operating the blockade with an average of one ship for every three hundred miles of coast.
He estimated that Charleston was conducting in an annual foreign trade of $21, whereas in its annual commerce bad amounted to less.
After the outbreak of the Civil War the government declared the existing stamps invalid for postage and quickly issued redesigned stamps. The designs of this series are similar enough to the old designs to be familiar, but nonetheless easily distinguished. These are.
During the American Civil War, illustrated journalism and cartoons in print media became available to the American public for the first time.
“Many factors contributed to this sudden flowering: the growth of the population and the news market, the solving of many technological problems by men trained in English and American picture publishing, and an aroused popular attention to news events.
Army of the Potomac Civil War Historic Book Collection on CD Price: $ The Army of the Potomac was the major Union Army in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War.
This collection brings together 37 books related to the people who made up this large Civil War army. During the Civil War, he was the first United States naval officer to be given the rank of rear admiral in the Union forces, probably for his success in the battle for New Orleans.
He was later involved in the attack on the mine-filled Mobile Bay during .Civil War collection Manuscript Collection No. 20 5 Subseries Civil War-era documents, Scope and Content Note The subseries consists of materials created during the American Civil War from These include soldiers' letters; letters and papers of Confederate leaders, both civilian and.Joseph H.
Treyz Collection of Civil War Patriotic Envelopes. The Joseph H. Treyz Collection contains patriotic envelopes printed during the Civil War. Keitha Kellogg Petersen. prior to the United States’ entry into World War II.
Kingston, New York in World War II.