Jump to navigation
sign up for newsletter
You are here
Civil War posters, 1861-1865
Creator / Contributor
Displaying (121 - 144 of 284)
Sort results alphabetically
Sort results by date
Highest Bounty. $227. To all recruits in Capt. Curran's Company, 31 Genesee St.
Infantry wanted for Co. C, 37th Regt. N.J. Vols. Returned volunteers who have served for 9 months who re-enlist, will receive a bounty and premium of $402, in addition to the $200 bounty giving by the county of Burlington …
Invalid Corps! U.S.A. Recruits wanted, garrison and light duty. Only those soldiers who have been honorably discharged, on account of wounds or disability received in the service, will be enlisted in the Corps of Honor!
Ira Harris Guard 5th New-York Cavalry. 13 skirmishes and 4 general engagements ... Recruits wanted for this veteran regiment.
Irish Legion Brig.-Gen. Corcoran's Brigade! 4th Senatorial Dist. Reg't N.Y.V. Headquarters, cor. 34th Street and 9th Avenue.
Ironsides Regiment. Col. Chas. Gould. Major W.H.L. Barnes, Lieut. Col. A.J.H. Dugane, Adjutant, David Drake, Quartermaster, Frank W. Ballard. Company A. Christopher Pullman, Capt. Head-quarters, 481 3d Avenue.
Jack Tars, Ahoy!! Let us open the Potomac! Wanted immediately for Co. I, 5th Regiment, Excelsior Brigade, 50 able-bodied seamen.
Jerseymen now is the time to volunteer! And avoid the draft! $727 bounty, $427 to new recruits, $365 cash on muster. 20 good men wanted to complete Co. I, 37th Reg't, N.J. Vols.
Jerseymen! To Arms! Don't wait to be drafted! Wanted, recruits to fill up Company C, McClellan Guards!
Jerseymen! To the Rescue! Fifty able-bodied men wanted for the Camden Guards!
Jerseymen! To the rescue! 50 able-bodied men wanted for the Camden Guards! This company has been accepted, and is now attached to the 12st N.J. Regiment, Col. Robt. C. Johnson'
Jerseymen, To the Rescue! The First Regiment for the First District, under the [call] of the Governor's [Pr]oclamation.
Jerseymen, to arms! Gov. Parker has called under arms 12000 of our active militia of the State to serve thirty days unless sooner discharged.
Jubilee! The Grant & Colfax Club of Oyster Bay, will hold a public meeting at Independence Hall in the village of Oyster Bay, on Monday, Nov. 23d, at 7 1/2 o'clock,, P.M. The public are invited to attend, ladies especially.
Last chance for bounties! Now is the time! The largest bounty ever offered! $89 cash bounty money paid to all who join this Regiment! 30 men wanted immediately for the First Regiment N.Y. Mounted Rifles! Col. C.C. Dodge, now in service at Suffolk, Virgini
Last chance! To Arms! To Arms! Now is the time to enlist! If you wait until the first of September, when the order for drafting will surely be enforced! Married men will lose the state bounty of $6 per month, & single men that of $2.
Latest from the army! Lieut. Champion in Delhi for recruits for Fitch's Battery. All bounties paid to those enlisting for this Battery! And paid at the time of enlistment!
Latest news from Washington! The rebels swarming on the Potomac! 'Boys there's the enemy! And we must beat them, or Molly Stark sleeps a widow to-night! Forward!'--General Stark's speech to his soldiers before the Battle of Bennington.
Manhattan Rifles! Lieut. Col. Geo. F. Watson, Comm'dg. Major Jno. M. Freeman. Officers' headquarters, No. 461 Broome St. near Mercer. Recruiting stations, Mercer House, cor. Broome and Mercer; Stuyvesant Hall, 633 Broadway; and at Chester's 38 Ann Street.
Married men, $366 bounty! Single men, $222!! Now is the time! To rally round the flag of the country!
McClellan Infantry, headquarters, corner of Centre Street and Tryon Row, opposite the Park.
Men for the Navy or Army wanted for 1 year, or 3. The best bounty that is out! will be paid.
Men of the Keystone State Rally for its defence!
Men wanted for West Philad'a Greys, at Commissioners' Hall, West Philadelphia. J.H. Gardiner, Captain.