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Civil War posters, 1861-1865.
Brown, W. H.Moore, G. H.
$204 in bounties! Cost what it may, the nation must be saved! To join the 36th Regiment New York Volunteers, commanded by Colonel W.H. Brown.
Baker & Godwin, printers, cor. Nassau and Spruce Sts., New York.
1 poster ; 96 x 61 cm.
Liberty with flag, eagle between citizen and soldier. Citizen says, 'We will come. We know our country's need, and will respond to her call ...' Soldier says, 'Americans! Your country calls. Your cherished institutions and your noble flag are threatened by rebels and traitors ...' Signed 'Lieut. G.H. Moore, Recruiting Officer'.
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United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 36th (1861-1863)
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