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1. 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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2. 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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3. 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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4. 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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5. 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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6. 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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7. 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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8. 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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9. view image The Civil War in America: Cutting off a Confederate Despatch-Galley on the Potomac, Near Freestone Point.—from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.-See Supplement, Page 485.
vol. 39, no. 1116, p. 470. November 9, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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10. view image The Civil War in America: Fairfax Courthouse; the Head-Quarters of General Beauregard.
vol. 39, no. 1117, p. 491. November 16, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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11. view image The Civil War in America: the Confederate Army— Mississippians Passing in Review before General Beauregard and Staff
vol. 39, no. 1121, p. 610. December 14, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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12. view image The Civil War in America: Skirmish Near Fall's Church, Virginia.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, no. 1122, p. 650-651. December 21, 1861 - Article - (3 paragraphs)
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13. view image The Civil War in America: Advanced Post of General Blenker's Division Surprised at Anandale, Virginia, by Confederate Calvary.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist
vol. 40, no. 1127, p. 61. January 18, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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14. view image The Civil War in America: Advance of the Skirmishers of the Bucktail Rifles on the Confederate Position at Drainsville, Virginia, From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.— See Supplement, p. 95.
vol. 40, no. 1128, p. 91. January 25, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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15. view image The Civil War in America.—General Burnside's Expedition: The 9th New York(Hawkins's Zouaves) and the 21st Massachusetts Taking the Confederate Fieldwork on Roanoke Island at the Point of Bayonet. From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 296.
vol. 40, no. 1136, p. 298. March 22,1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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16. view image The Civil War in America: Confederate Prisoners in Camp Georgia, Roanoke Island—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. See Supplement, page 320.
vol. 40, no. 1137, p. 310. March 29,1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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17. view image The Civil War in America: Jefferson Thompson's Guerrillas Shooting at Federal Boats on the Mississippi.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 607.
vol. 40, no. 1149, p. 599. June 14, 1862 - Article - (4 paragraphs)
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18. view image Position of the Federal Flotilla on the Mississippi, Off Fort Pillow, Shortly Before Its Evacuation. and Colonel Fitch and the 46th Indiana Volunteers Taking at the Point of the Bayonet the Confederate Battery of Fort St. Charles, On the White River, Arkansas. See Supplement, Page 111.
vol.41, no.1156, p.105. July 26, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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19. view image The Civil War in America: General Stuart (Confederate) with his Cavalry Scouting in the Neighbourhood of Culpepper Courthouse.--From a Sketch by our Special Artist.--See Next Page.
vol.41, no.1167, p.368. October 4, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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20. view image The Civil War in America: Colonel of the 4th Regiment European Brigade of the Confederate Army.--From a Photograph.
vol.41, no.1167, p.369. October 4, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)

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