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Ten (10) Civil War era publications, including newspapers, mostly THE DAILY REGISTER, Knoxville, Tennessee, and more, 11 items total. 1st item: CINCINNATI WEEKLY INQUIRER, Vol. 21, No. 26, Wednesday Morning, May 1, 1861, published by Faran and Mclean. Includes articles regarding the early days of the Civil War with a full account of the bombardment at Fort Sumter on Thursday, April 11, reports of a mob in Baltimore, slave insurrections, General Winfield Scott's (1786-1866) continued loyalty to the Union, and more. 2nd item: Front page and partial second page of THE DAILY REGISTER, Knoxville, Vol. 11, No. 19, Thursday, May 22, 1862, published by J.A. Sperry. Includes articles about Colonel John Hunt Morgan (1825-1864) and other commanders, yellow fever cases in New Orleans, notices about runaway slaves, deserters, and more. 17 1/2" H x 18 3/4" W. 3rd item: One (1) page from THE DAILY REGISTER, Knoxville, Friday Morning, July 4, 1862. Includes articles about Colonel J. H. Morgan and other commanders, correspondences from the headquarters of the 2nd Tennessee Volunteer Regiment in Camp Taylor, Union County, Powell's Valley, notices about runaway slaves, and more. 4th item: THE DAILY REGISTER, Knoxville, Vol. 11, No. 135, Sunday October 5, 1862. Includes articles about the fall of Fort Henry, the African American community in Washington, D.C., advertisements for soldier substitutes, slaves, runaway slaves, and more. 5th item: Front page of THE DAILY REGISTER, Knoxville, Vol. 11, No. 262, Saturday, February 21, 1863. Includes articles about the Capture of the US Ram Queen of the West on February 14, 1863, women in the quartermaster's department, notices about runaway slaves, deserters, and more. 6th item: Front page of THE DAILY REGISTER, Knoxville, Vol. 11, No. 327, Saturday, May 9, 1863. Includes articles about General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson's (1824-1863) ultimately fatal wound, Military Governor of Tennessee Andrew Johnson (1808-1875), runaway slaves, and more. 7th item: Front page of THE DAILY REGISTER, Knoxville, Vol. 111, No. 63, Saturday Morning, July 4, 1863. Includes articles about the Siege of Vicksburg (May 18, 1863 – July 4, 1863) with a casualty list from Vaughn's Brigade, specifically the 43rd and the 62nd Tennessee Regiments, advertisements for slave auctions, and more. 8th item: Front page of THE DAILY REGISTER, Knoxville, Vol. 111, No. 64, Sunday Morning, July 5, 1863. Includes articles about the progress on the General Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870) invasion of Pennsylvania, resulting in the Battle of Gettysburg (July 1-3, 1863), Movements of General Braxton Bragg's (1817-1876) army, notices about runaway slaves, and more. 9th item: Songs for Southern Patriots music sheet with lyrics for "To. Mr. Lincoln" and "Root Hog or Die" (Southern Version), for sale wholesale by E.F. Redfield and Company, Jasper, TN. 10th item: Third Yankee version of THE DAILY CITIZEN, Vicksburg, Thursday, July 2, 1863, J.M. Sword, proprietor. Third column "…It is thought Gen. Rhodes…" "e" is not inverted. Printed on the back of floral wallpaper describing the newspaper with an advertisement for "Gen'l M.P. Reeve, Who holds the fort against the Jews and the Gentiles…" 11th item: "Extra 8:10" reprint of THE NEW YORK HERALD, whole no. 10,456, Saturday Morning, April 15, 1865. Ranging in size from approximately 11 1/2" H x 9" W to 26 3/4" H x 39 1/2" W. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph Franklin Taylor, Morristown, TN. Note: The numeral ink inscriptions on several of the items likely refer to an inventory list created by Joseph Feamster Taylor (1892-1965) of Whitesburg, TN, son of Franklin Walter Taylor (1854-1919), grandson of Franklin William Taylor (1810-1897), and great grandson of Lieutenant William Graham (1786-1857, who served circa 1807-1815 in the Sixth Regiment in the Tennessee State Militia), and father of Joseph Franklin Taylor (1934-2015). CONDITION: All items with toning, acid burn, areas of dampstaining, foxing spots, tears/holes primarily to fold lines, to be expected from age. 2nd item: 17 1/2" x 6 3/4" section of second page is not present. 3rd item: Tears, largest 6", primarily to fold lines. 4th item: Areas of loss, approximately 20" x 1 3/4", to left and right sides of newspaper. 9th item: Sheet is separated into two parts. 11th item: Approximately 6" x 4 1/2" section of top center of both pages is not present.