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Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865

Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865
Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865
Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865

Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865    Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865
Explorer Benjamin Bonneville signs a Muster out roll for a Union Officer once held at Andersonville Prison. Western explorer (the famous Bonneville Salt Flats are named for him) and a Mexican and Civil War officer. Document Signed, 1 page long folio, June 12, 1865 confirming the mustering out of Union service Sergeant Gilbert Dunning of Co. M in the 10th regiment of Missouri Volunteers.

Under the remarks section it is noted that Gilbert was captured at Champion Hills, Mississippi on Feb. 4, 1864 and confined at the infamous Andersonville Prison until he was paroled on Feb. Autographs of Bonneville are scare.

This document is signed by Colonel Benjamin L. Bonneville, the noted western explorer. It is a Museum quality frame.

The size is 12" x 40". Certificate of Authenticity(HCS) and satisfaction guaranteed by Heritage Collectors' Society, Inc. The item "Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865" is in sale since Monday, October 1, 2012.

This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Historical". The seller is "heritagecs" and is located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865    Western Explorer Col. Bonneville, Civil War Muster out document signed 1865