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    African-American Soldier's U. S. Army & G. A. R. Discharges, 1868 & 1871. U. S. Army discharge from 1868 for 24th U. S. Infantry soldier, with physical description, complexion "Dark", and good character, discharged in Natchez, Mississippi, and signed by post commander, Captain James Biddle, 24th U. S. Infantry, with eagle vignette. Accompanying his discharge is a GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) honorable discharge, from Massachusetts in 1871, which also has an eagle vignette and the famous GAR symbol. Very scare Buffalo Soldier item. Both measure approximately 8" x 10".

    Condition:
    Both very good, both have stains.


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    June, 2008
    13th Friday
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