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1. view image Colonel Ellsworth's Volunteer Regiment (The New York Firemen Zouaves).—See next page.
vol. 38, no. 1093, pp. 563-564. June 15, 1861 - Article - (14 paragraphs)
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2. view image The Civil War in America: The 4th Regiment of New York Zouaves Passing through Broadway on their way to Embark for the War "Down South."
vol. 38, no. 1094, p. 567. June 22, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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3. view image The Civil War in America. Gallant Charge of Federal Cavalry into Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
vol. 38, no. 1094, p. 574. June 22, 1861 - Article - (7 paragraphs)
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4. view image New York Fireman Zouaves Turning out to Support Pickets between Alexandria and Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
vol. 38, no. 1094, p. 574. June 22, 1861 - Article - (7 paragraphs)
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5. view image The Civil War in America: "Our Kitchen in the Camp of the 2nd New York Regiment."-From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
vol. 38, no. 1096, pp. 599-600. June 29, 1861 - Article - (11 paragraphs)
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6. view image The Civil War in America. Some of "Wilson's Boys" in Wooden Camp at Staten Island.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
vol. 38, no. 1096, pp. 601-602. June 29, 1861 - Article - (28 paragraphs)
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7. view image "My Head-Quarters in the Camp of the 2nd New York Regiment."—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
vol. 38, no. 1096, pp. 601-602. June 29, 1861 - Article - (28 paragraphs)
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8. view image The Civil War In America: How The Outlying Sentries Of The Federal Army Are Killed By Secessionist Scouts.—From A Sketch By Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, 1098, p. 28. July 13, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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9. view image The Civil War in America: Unionist Scouting Party in the Virginian Woods in the Neighbourhood of Alexandria.—From a Sketch By Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, 1098, p. 28. July 13, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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10. view image The Civil War in America: Attack on the Pickets of the Garibaldi Guard On The East Branch of the Potomac.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Next Page
vol. 39, 1099, p. 47. July 20, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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11. view image The Civil War in America: Capture of a United States' Dragoon by Guerrilla Horsemen of Virginia.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Page 83.
vol. 39, no. 1100, pp. 71-72. July 27, 1861 - Article - (8 paragraphs)
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12. view image Review of Federal Troops on the 4th of July by President Lincoln and General Scott: The Garibaldi Guard Filing Past.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Preceding Page.
vol. 39, no. 1101, p. 111. August 3, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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13. view image The Civil War in America: Confederate Prisoners Captured by United States' Pickets Between Fairfax and Manassas Junction, Virginia. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, no. 1103, pp. 151-152. August 17, 1861 - Article - (6 paragraphs)
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14. view image The Civil War in America: Carolinian Pickets Flying Before the Advances of the Federal Troops on Fairfax. —From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, no. 1103, p. 155. August 17, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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15. view image The War in America: Texan Lancers (Federalists) Reconnoitring between Alexandria and Fairfax Virginia.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, no. 1108, p. 263. September 14, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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16. view image The War in America: Quartermaster's Department— Killing Bullocks in the Federal Camp, Virginia.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, page 280[sic].
vol. 39, no. 1108, p. 271. September 14, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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17. view image The War in America: Union Troops Attacking Confederate Prisoners in the Streets of Washington.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist. and The War in America: Arrest of Mr. Faulkner, Late United States' Minister to France, at Brown's Hotel, Washington, on the Charge of Treason. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, no. 1108, p. 283. September 14, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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18. view image The Civil War in America: Confederates Trapping a Boat's Crew of the Potomac Fleet.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, no. 1109, p. 303. September 21, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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19. view image The War in America: Bringing in the Federal Wounded after the Skirmish at Lewinsville, Virginia.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, no. 1112, p. 363. October 12, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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20. view image The War in America:—Fort Ocracoke, on Beacon Island, North Carolina, Destroyed by Fire on the 17th Ult. By the Federalists. And The War in America:—A Confederate Deserter Coming Into the Federal Lines at Munson's Hill.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. -See Next Page.
vol. 39, no. 1113, p. 411. October 19, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)

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