Rare Civil War Confederate Collection Now on Display at Circa Savannah

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Circa Savannah, the city’s premier historic gallery and tour provider acquires an important collection of Civil War Confederate bonds, signatures, and antique books and is now on display and available for purchase to interested parties.

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“Our customers already love our Civil War collection and often suggest that Circa Savannah should become a museum," shared Mr. Preston.

Circa Savannah, the city’s premier historic gallery and tour provider acquires an important collection of Civil War Confederate bonds, signatures, and antique books and is now on displayed and available for purchase to interested parties.

Among the collection are rare Confederate bonds, deposit forms, antique books, and other significant items from the War of the Northern Aggression, the War Between the States, the War for Southern Independence, or as some prefer, the Civil War. “Tourists love to spend time in our gallery reading the history of our collection while they are waiting for one of our famous tours, and the Civil War addition is no exception,” said owner Michael Preston. “In a historic city like Savannah, visitors love to see something special, and Circa Savannah strives to exceed their expectations in every way.” “Circa Savannah also provides a lifetime guarantee along with the Certificate of Authenticity for all of its Gone with the Wind documents,” stated Mr. Preston.

Conflict over issues of how much control the federal government should have over the states, industrialization, trade, and especially slavery had increased tension between Northern and Southern states. After Abraham Lincoln was elected president in 1860, 11 Southern states seceded (or withdrew) from the Union and set up an independent government, the Confederate States of America. These events led to the outbreak of the Civil War, a brutal, bloody, four-year conflict that left the South defeated and ended slavery at the cost of more than half a million lives.

“Our customers already love our Civil War collection and often suggest that Circa Savannah should become a museum, shared Mr. Preston. Whether the customer is looking a rare historical items or a specialty tour, Circa Savannah has them all. To inquire more about the Circa Savannah, call them directly at (912) 233-3667, or visiting them online at http://www.CircaSavannah.com.

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