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1. view image Fort Moultrie, in Charleston Harbour, South Carolina: The Secession Flag Flying.
vol. 38, no. 1077, p. 194. March 2, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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2. view image The Main Battery at Fort Sumter Guns Bearing on Fort Moultrie and the Channel During the Action of Friday April 12
vol. 38, no. 1088, p. 435. May 11, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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3. view image Views on the Potomac Below Washington.—From Sketches by our Special Artist. 1. The Potomac at Washington. 2. Fort Washington. 3. General View of the Potomac Looking towards Washington. 4. Mount Vernon.
vol. 38, no. 1089, pp. 458-460. May 18, 1861 - Article - (6 paragraphs)
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4. view image The Civil War in America. Fort Monroe, Virginia, as seen from the James River.
vol. 38, no. 1090, p. 499. May 25, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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5. view image Fort Smith, Arkansas, recently captured from the United States by the Secessionists.
vol. 38, no. 1090, p. 499. May 25, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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6. view image The Civil War in America: Munson's Hill. With the Earthwork Thrown up by the Confederates in Front of the Union Lines, Virginia. from a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 357.
vol. 39, no. 1111, p. 351. October 5, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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7. 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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8. view image Illustrations of the Civil War in America. From sketches by Our Special Artist: Franklin's Brigade Passing Arlington Mill on its Way to Occupy Munson's Hill. and A Portion of the Confederate Works on Munson's Hill. and General M'Clellan Occupying the Confederate Position at Munson's Hill.
vol. 39, no. 1114, p. 438. October 26, 1861 - Article - (4 paragraphs)
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9. view image Fort Montgomery at Rouse's Point, Lake Champlain
vol. 39, no. 1119, p. 562. November 30, 1861 - Article - (1 paragraph)
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10. view image The Civil War in America: The Confederate Batteries on the Lower Potomac, Virginia Shore, Opposite Budd's Ferry—Government Store-Schooners Running the Blockade.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. And The Civil War In America: The Ten-Pounder Gun Battery (Federalist) at Budd's Ferry, Lower Potomac, Opposite the Confederate Batteries on the Virginia Shore.- From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, no. 1120, p. 570,572. December 7, 1861 - Article - (3 paragraphs)
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11. view image The Civil War in America: Provisional Camp of a Portion of the Burnside Expedition at Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina—From a Sketch by our Special Artist
vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 258. March 8,1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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12. view image The Civil War in America: Camp Winfield, Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 262.
vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 258. March 8, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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13. view image The Civil War in America: Provisional Camp of a Portion of the Burnside Expedition at Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina—From a Sketch by our Special Artist and The Civil War in America: Camp Winfield, Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See page 262.
vol. 40, no. 1134, p. 262. March 8,1862 - Article - (1 paragraph)
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14. view image The Civil War in America: Attack on the Confederate Batteries at Roanoke Island by the Federal Gun-boat.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist—See Next Page. and The Civil War in America.—General Burnside's Expedition: Fort Bartow, Roanoke Island, after its Capture by the Federalists.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 40, no. 1136, p. 295. March 22,1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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15. view image The Civil War in America: A Portion of the Abandoned Confederate Works and Camp at Centreville.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 40, no. 1141, p. 418. April 26, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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16. view image Portion of the Water Batteries at Fort Pillow, On the Mississippi, After the Evacuation—Looking Up The River.—From a Sketch By Our Special Artist. and Main Battery at Fort Pillow, On the Mississippi, Evacuated by the Confederates on the 5th of June.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol.41, no.1153, p.37. July 12, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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17. view image The Civil War in America: Drury's Bluff, A Confederate Position on the James River, Near Richmond.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol.41, no.1174, p.521. November 15, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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18. view image The War in America: Charleston, From Fort Johnson.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.;The War in America: The Defences of Charleston, Looking Seaward.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol.42, no.1197, p. 372-373. April 4, 1863 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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19. view image The War in America: Scene at Fort Moultrie during the Bombardment of Charleston.--See Next Page.
vol.42, no.1207, p. 605. June 6, 1863 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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20. view image The Civil War in America: Repairing Damages in the Casemates of Fort Sumter on the Night of the Attack.--See Page 653.
vol.42, no.1208, p. 649. June 13, 1863 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)

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