NEW ARRIVALS; updated 6/26/2017
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Sharp Vannerson and Jones view of the famed George Pickett.
Rare view of Union Spy Pauline Cushman taken in Cincinnati Oh.
Brady view of Thomas Ransom who died from the effects of 4 wounds during
the War.  
CDV of Colonel Louis Francine 7th New Jersey Vols killed at Gettysburg.  
CDV of General William Lyttle Killed at Chickamauga.  Famed US Poet
prewar.  By Carpenter 18th Army Corps.
Another view of Lyttle by Morse's Gallery of the Cumberland
CDV of Grenville Dodge by Taylor & Seavy Army of the Tennessee.
CDV of Colonel and BBG George P Foster of the 4th Vt. Vols.  Served
9/61-7/65 rising from Captain to Lt Colonel and BBG.  WIA in the
Wilderness.  Great VI Corps Badge, backmark of Burlington Vt.
CDV of Surgeon Alden B Skinner of the 25th Connecticut Vols.  Enlisted
11/11/62 and died of Malaria at Baton Rouge on 3/30/63.  Backmark of
Prescott & Gage Hartford Ct.
"Charles Davis Jameson (February 24, 1827 – November 6, 1862) was an
American Civil War general and Democratic Party candidate for Governor of
Maine. He contracted "camp fever" (typhoid) at the Battle of Fair Oaks,
returned to his native state of Maine, dying in transit or soon after.  
Jameson was born in Gorham, Maine, but his family moved to the lumbering
and sawmilling center of Old Town, Maine when he was still a child. Jameson
became a successful lumberman, and in 1860 was a delegate to the
Democratic National Convention from Maine. With the outbreak of war in
1861 he was elected Colonel commanding the 2nd Maine Volunteer Infantry
Regiment, the first Maine unit to leave the state for the front. He led his
regiment into the First Battle of Bull Run and was soon made Brigadier
General of Volunteers.  In the months after Bull Run the Democratic Party of
Maine split into anti-war and pro-war factions, and Jameson became the
gubernatorial candidate of the "War Democrats". He lost the election to
Republican Israel Washburn, Jr. from the neighboring town of Orono, but
narrowly beat the anti-war Democrat, John W. Dana. In 1862, however, with
the war going badly, Jameson was largely abandoned by Democratic voters
when he ran again, though the anti-war Democratic candidate was narrowly
defeated by Republican Abner Coburn.  Later that year at the Battle of Fair
Oaks, Jameson was wounded and subsequently disabled by "camp fever"
(likely typhoid fever) and allowed to return to Maine. He died in Old Town on
November 6, 1862 and is buried at Riverside Cemetery in Stillwater, Maine.
[2] Some sources report that Davison actually died on the steamship carrying
him home between Boston and Bangor"
CDV of General Grenville Dodge with a scarce photographer of G W
Armstead Corinth MS which would have been taken around the time of the
Confederate defeat at Corinth where General Rosecrans's army of the
Mississippi drove off the Confederates under Van Dorn.  Very few Union
Generals taken by this Confederate photographer.
Ultra-rare early War view as a Major General of Ulysses S Grant
autographed on the front.  Rarely ever seen in this view with no
photographer attribution but from life.  Very Rare.