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    Important 13" X 17" Pennsylvania Militia, Gettysburg Campaign, Recruiting Broadside Dated June 29th 1863. "Public Meetings To Procure Soldiers For The Defence Of The State! Freemen! To The Rescue For The Defence Of Your Homes And The 'Glorious Old Commonwealth' Of Pennsylvania!" Announces meetings at various places including Minersville, Mahanoy City, Ashland, and several others with specific locations such as "at the house of Mrs. O'Connors" (Heckscherville). Also a lengthy list of personages who will be addressing the meetings. A few holes near the top and some minor tape staining at the folds but very good condition and professionally/ archivally mounted and framed. Great Gettysburg associated broadside.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2008
    20th-21st Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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