The fighting quakers, a true story of the war for our union ... With letters from the brothers to their mother: and a funeral sermon by Rev. O. B. Frothingham. Second edition. A. J. H. Duganne.
The fighting quakers, a true story of the war for our union ... With letters from the brothers to their mother: and a funeral sermon by Rev. O. B. Frothingham. Second edition
The fighting quakers, a true story of the war for our union ... With letters from the brothers to their mother: and a funeral sermon by Rev. O. B. Frothingham. Second edition

The fighting quakers, a true story of the war for our union ... With letters from the brothers to their mother: and a funeral sermon by Rev. O. B. Frothingham. Second edition

New York: J. P. Robens, 1866. 12mo, pp. [2], 116; engraved frontispiece, vignette title page, printed slip from the Bureau of Military Record tipped in prior to the half-title page; original maroon cloth stamped in gilt and blind; small snag in the spine at the bottom and spine lightly sunned; very good. The tipped-in slip notes that the book has been printed "as a means of furnishing, by its sale, an honest living to returned soldiers, appointed agents. Each agent bears a certificate and is earnestly commended to the patronage of patriotic citizens." Account of the Ketcham brothers of Milton, New York, two Quaker brothers who bravely fought in the Civil War. Edward died at the Battle of Gettysburg and John died at the Confederate Libby Prison, infamous for its cruel and inhumane conditions. BAL 4904 and Sabin 21153 for the first edition of the same year. Item #54565

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