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1. 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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2. view image Destruction of the Federal Merchantman Harvey Birch by the Confederate War-Sloop Nashville.—See Next Page.
vol. 39, no. 1119, p. 535-536. November 30, 1861 - Article - (7 paragraphs)
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3. view image The Seizure by Captain Wilks, of the United States' War-ship San Jacinto, of Messrs. Slidell and Mason, Confederate Commissioners, on Board the British Mail-Steamer Trent.—See Next Page.
vol. 39, no. 1120, p. 583. December 7, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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4. view image The Federal Sloop-of-War Tuscarora in Southampton Water.—See page 81.
vol. 40, no. 1128, p. 98. January 25, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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5. view image The Confederate Sloop-of-War Sumter Capturing Two Federal Merchantmen Off Gibraltar.—See Preceeding Preceding Page.
vol. 40, no. 1129, p. 114. February 1,1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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6. view image The Civil War in America: Hatteras Spit, with the Wreck of the City of New York on the Bar in the Distance.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 40, no. 1132, p. 186. February 22,1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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7. view image The Civil War in America: The Picket Leading the Ships of the Burnside Expedition over the Hatteras Bar.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.—See Supplement, page 200.
vol. 40, no. 1132, p. 187. February 22,1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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8. 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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9. view image The U.S. Revenue Steamer Schubric Anchored in the Sacramento, near Rio Vista.
vol. 40, no. 1137, p. 326. March 29, 1862 - Article - (9 paragraphs)
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10. view image The Civil War in America—Naval Engagement in Hampton Roads: The Confederate Iron-Plated Steamer Merrimac (or Virginia) Running into the Federal Sloop Cumberland.—From a Sketch by T. Nast.—See Supplement, page 344.
vol. 40, no. 1138, p. 327. April 5, 1862 - Article - (8 paragraphs)
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11. view image The Civil War in America: Fight in Hampton Roads between the Federal floating-battery Monitor and the Confederate Iron-Plated Steamer Merrimac(or Virginia). From a Sketch by T. Nast.—See Supplement, page 344.
vol. 40, no. 1138, p. 330. April 5, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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12. view image The Civil War in America: Action between the Merrimac (or Virginia) and the Monitor in Hampton Roads.
vol. 40, no. 1139, p. 366-367. April 12, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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13. view image H.M.S. Diadem Taking Off the Crew of the Dismasted American Ship C.W. Connor, near Bermuda.—See Preceding Page.
vol. 40, no. 1139, p. 381. April 12, 1862 - Article - (2 paragraphs)
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14. view image Engagement off Fort Pillow, Mississippi River, between Federal and Confederate Gun-Boats.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 40, no. 1149, p. 607. June 14, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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15. view image The Civil War in America: Midnight Storm on the Mississippi—Federal Flotilla at Anchor off Fort Pillow.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 40, no. 1151, p. 655. June 28, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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16. view image Federal Gun-Boat.--See Supplement, Page 84.
vol.41, no.1155, p.77. July 19, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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17. view image The Civil War in America: Destruction of the Confederate Flotilla Off Memphis.--From a Sketch By Our Special Artist.--See Page 84.
vol.41, no.1155, p.92. July 19, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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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 Confederate Sloop-of-War "290," or Alabama, Leaving the Merchant-Ship Tonowanda.--See Supplement, Page 535.
vol.41, no.1174, p.513. November 15, 1862 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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20. view image The Entrance to Charleston Harbour, With its Defences.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist at Charleston.--See Supplement, Page 230.
vol.42, no.1190, p. 220-221. February 28, 1863 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)

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