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Civil War City:Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1861-1865 by William J. Miller
et includes: Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, Lincoln’s 2nd Inaugural Address, The Emancipation Proclaimation, Letter to Mrs. Bixby
Parchment reproductions of currency which existed during the Civil War. States represented include: Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Florida. Seven examples total.
Parchment reproductions of currency which existed during the Civil War. General Confederate set of six examples.
A reproduction bronze belt buckle like ones used by Civil War soldiers. Suitable for reenactors or everyday use.
The Friends Walkway provides the opportunity to offer an expression of support to the Museum. This large 8″ X 8″ brick, engraved with 5 lines* of text of up to 15 characters per line, is a unique opportunity to honor or memorialize a special individual or moment in time.
A certificate will be mailed to acknowledge your order.
* If you choose to add the National Civil War Museum logo(see option below) your brick will only have 4 lines of text.
Unlimited visits to the Museum for two adults and all children under 18 in the same household for an entire year.
A real deal for educators. Unlimited museum visits for a year and a behind the scenes tour of our artifact storage.