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    • Photograph of Civil War Union meeting broadside

    • Photograph of a banner advertising a "Republican Union meeting!" to be held in Adrian, Michigan, featuring Republican nominee for Governor, H. H. Crapo. Poster also shows "The Union Forever" eagle insignia.
    • American Civil War; Addresses, essays, lectures; Crapo, Henry Howland, 1804-1869; Signs (Notices); Adrian (Mich.)
    • Photograph of broadside advertising governmental address

    • Photograph of a post-Civil War banner advertising an address given by Governor H. H. Crapo at Bidwell's Hall, Adrian, Michigan, on October 4th, 1866. Topics indicated in the eagle insignia are "The Union! And the Constitution!"
    • American Civil War, Political aspects; Addresses, essays, lectures; Signs (Notices); Crapo, Henry Howland, 1804-1869; Adrian (Mich.)
    • Photograph of Civil War community meeting broadside

    • Sign advertising a mass meeting for "The Patriotic Citizens of Tuscola County" on the creation of a full company of Civil War soldiers. Speakers are E.H. Thomson, J.D. Lewis, Esq., and B.W. Huston, Jr. as enlistment officer. Posted July 28, 1862 at...
    • American Civil War; Recruiting & enlistment; Addresses essays lectures; Broadsides; Thomson, E. H. (Edward H.), 1810-1886; Lewis, J. D.; Tuscola County (Mich.); Vassar (Mich.)
    • Photograph of Civil War Mass Meeting Broadside

    • Photograph of a broadside advertising a mass meeting in Mason (Mich.) on September 9th, 1854. The sign encourage people to gather at the Court House in Mason to nominate "suitable persons" to fill the County offices, Representative to the state...
    • American Civil War; Broadsides; Congressional Convention; County Office; state representative; Mason (Mich.);
    • Photograph of Civil War Victory Broadside

    • Photograph of a broadside proclaiming the "Surrender of Gen. Lee." The sign orders "every man, woman, and child" to attend a celebration of victory at Campus Martius (c.1865).
    • American Civil War; Broadsides; Victory; Celebration; Campus Martius; Detroit (Mich.); General Lee

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