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Illustrated London News: Volume 38

  • Foreign and Colonial News. - Article - January 5, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, January 5, 1861 - Article - January 5, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Disunion in the United States - Article - January 12, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 12, 1861 - (15 paragraphs)
  • [Advices had been received] - Article - January 12, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The friends of freedom in Canada] - Article - January 12, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [During the last quarter] - Article - January 12, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • History Of American Slavery - Article - January 12, 1861 - (10 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, January 12, 1861 - Article - January 12, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Secession Movement in America - Article - January 19, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 19, 1861 - (28 paragraphs)
  • [Ralph Farnham] - Article - January 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Several Cargoes of Grain] - Article - January 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The New York Herald] - Article - January 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Case of the Fugitive Slave Anderson] - Article - January 19, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [Two or Three Rifled Cannon] - Article - January 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Forts in Charleston Harbour - Article - January 19, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - January 26, 1861 - (19 paragraphs)
  • The Fugitive Slave Extradition Case - Article - January 26, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, January 26, 1861. - Article - January 26, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Secession Movement - Illustration - February 2, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Secession Movement.—Entrance Hall to an Hotel at Charleston, South Carolina—See Page 94.
    vol. 38, no. 1072, p. 87. February 2, 1861

  • Foreign and Colonial News. - Article - February 2, 1861 - (12 paragraphs)
  • The New Flag of the State of South Carolina. - Illustration - February 2, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The New Flag of the State of South Carolina.
    vol. 38, no. 1072, p. 89. February 2, 1861

  • [The Particular Flag Known as the Sovereignty flag] - Article - February 2, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Fortresses in the Southern States of America - Article - February 2, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Sketches in Charleston, South Carolina - Article - February 2, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
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    The Charleston Palmetto.
    vol. 38, no. 1072, p. 94. February 2, 1861

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    Selling Sweet Potatoes in Charleston.
    vol. 38, no. 1072, p. 94. February 2, 1861

  • Opening of Parliament by the Queen - Article - February 9, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 9, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [Lola Montez] - Article - February 9, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Underwriters of London and Liverpool] - Article - February 9, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Falling of a Sixth Star] - Article - February 9, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [Plan of Charleston] - Illustration - February 9, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Plan of Charleston (South Carolina) Harbour and Vicinity
    vol. 38, no. 1073, p. 129. February 9, 1861

  • Charleston - Article - February 9, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • A British Railway From the Atlantic to the Pacific - Article - February 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 16, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Latest News From Abroad - Article - February 16, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Slave Auctions in Richmond, Virginia - Article - February 16, 1861 - (23 paragraphs)
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    The Principal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.—See Page 147.
    vol. 38, no. 1075, pp. 138-40. February 16, 1861

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    Dealers Inspecting a Negro at a Slave Auction in Virginia.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
    vol. 38, no. 1075, pp. 138-40. February 16, 1861

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    A Slave Auction in Virginia.—From Sketch by our Special Artist.
    vol. 38, no. 1075, pp. 138-40. February 16, 1861

  • [Lord Palmerston's assurance] - Article - February 16, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Church in Charleston - Article - February 16, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - February 23, 1861 - (8 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, February 23, 1861 - Article - February 23, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Emancipation of the Serfs in Russia - Article - March 2, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 2, 1861 - (10 paragraphs)
  • Saturday, March 2, 1861 - Article - March 2, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Fort Moultrie - Article - March 2, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Fort Moultrie - Illustration - March 2, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Fort Moultrie, in Charleston Harbour, South Carolina: The Secession Flag Flying.
    vol. 38, no. 1077, p. 194. March 2, 1861

  • "A Barber's Shop at Richmond, Virginia" - Illustration - March 9, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    "A Barber's Shop at Richmond, Virginia," By Eyre Crowe, in the Exhibition of the British Institution.—See Page 216.
    vol. 38, no. 1078, p. 207. March 9, 1861

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 9, 1861 - (11 paragraphs)
  • The Fugitive Anderson - Article - March 9, 1861 - (9 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, March 9, 1861 - Article - March 9, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • British Institution - Article - March 9, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Release of Anderson, the Fugitive Slave - Article - March 9, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
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    John Anderson, the Fugitive Slave in Canada.
    vol. 38, no. 1078, p. 223. March 9, 1861

  • The Hon. Jefferson Davis - Illustration - March 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Hon. Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America. See Supplement, Page 248.
    vol. 38, no. 1079, p. 231. March 16, 1861

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 16, 1861 - (17 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, March 16, 1861 - Article - March 16, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • General Winfield Scott - Illustration - March 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    General Winfield Scott, Commander-In-Chief of the American Forces.—See Next Page.
    vol. 38, no. 1079, p. 247. March 16, 1861

  • The Hon. Jefferson Davis - Article - March 16, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • General Scott - Article - March 16, 1861 - (6 paragraphs)
  • A Railway Station in the Southern States of America - Article - March 16, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Railway Station in Georgia, America - Illustration - March 16, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Railway Station in Georgia, America.—See Preceding Page.
    vol. 38, no. 1079, p. 250. March 16, 1861

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 23, 1861 - (18 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, March 23, 1861 - Article - March 23, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Crowd at Baltimore Waiting for Mr. Lincoln - Illustration - March 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Crowd at Baltimore Waiting for Mr. Lincoln, President of the United States
    vol. 38, no. 1080, p. 266. March 23, 1861

  • The Crowd Waiting for Mr. Lincoln at Baltimore - Article - March 23, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The Inauguration of the Hon. Jefferson Davis - Illustration - March 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Inauguration of the Hon. Jefferson Davis as President of the Provisional Government of the New Southern Confederacy of America.
    vol. 38, no. 1080, p. 267. March 23, 1861

  • The Inauguration of President Davis - Article - March 23, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
  • President Lincoln's Inaugural Address - Article - March 23, 1861 - (27 paragraphs)
  • The United States' Navy - Article - March 23, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [An American Paper States that at a Camp Meeting] - Article - March 30, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - March 30, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, March 30, 1861 - Article - March 30, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • President Lincoln Delivering his Inaugural Address - Illustration - March 30, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    President Lincoln Delivering his Inaugural Address in Front of the Capitol at Washington.—See next page.
    vol. 38, no. 1081, p. 299. March 30, 1861

  • The Inauguration of President Lincoln - Article - March 30, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Finance—Past and Expected - Article - April 6, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 6, 1861 - (12 paragraphs)
  • Railway-Cars in America - Article - April 6, 1861 - (11 paragraphs)
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    Interior of an American Railway-Car. [p. 306]
    vol. 38, no. 1082, pp. 306-307. April 6, 1861

  • The Dandy Slave - Article - April 6, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
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    The Dandy Slave: a Scene in Baltimore, Maryland. [p. 307]
    vol. 38, no. 1082, p. 307. April 6, 1861

  • Slaves for Sale - Article - April 6, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
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    Slaves for Sale: a Scene in New Orleans.
    vol. 38, no. 1082, p. 307. April 6, 1861

  • A Scene in the Hall of Representatives - Illustration - April 6, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    A Scene in the Hall of Representatives Washington.—See supplement, page 320.
    vol. 38, no. 1082, p. 310. April 6, 1861

  • The Hall of Representatives, Washington - Article - April 6, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Remarkable Marriage Case - Article - April 6, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 13, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [The Report of the Murder] - Article - April 13, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The New York Herald Devotes a Column] - Article - April 13, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Flag Adopted by the New Southern Confederacy - Article - April 13, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
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    The Flag Adopted by the New Southern Confederacy of America. [p. 344]
    vol. 38, no. 1083, p. 344. April 13, 1861

  • The Flag of South Carolina - Article - April 13, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • New York Newspaper Enterprise - Article - April 13, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 20, 1861 - (8 paragraphs)
  • Canada - Article - April 20, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The City of Aurora] - Article - April 20, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The United States' Navy] - Article - April 20, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Latest News From Abroad - Article - April 27, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - April 27, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
  • [A Novelty in Fire Insurance] - Article - April 27, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The State of Affairs in America - Article - May, 4, 1861 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 4, 1861 - (9 paragraphs)
  • The United States' Army - Article - May 4, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Hon. A. Dudley Mann - Article - May 4, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
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    The Hon. A. Dudley Mann, One of the Three Commissioners of the Confederate States of America to Europe.—From a Photograph by John Watkins.
    vol. 38, no. 1087, p. 414. May 4, 1861

  • Loading Cotton on the Alabama River - Illustration - May 4, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Loading Cotton on the Alabama River. (1) Cotton-shoot on the Alabama. (2) Foot of the Shoot: Receiving the Cotton-bales on Board the Steamer.—See next page.
    vol. 38, no. 1087, p. 423. May 4, 1861

  • Loading Cotton on the Alabama River - Article - May 4, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [An American company of strolling singers] - Article - May 4, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 11, 1861 - (12 paragraphs)
  • [A Fearful Explosion has Taken Place] - Article - May 11, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The New York Tribune Relates the Recovery of a Woman] - Article - May 11, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Agents Have Arrived From America] - Article - May 11, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • An Important Correction - Article - May 11, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Major Anderson - Article - May 11, 1861 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Major Anderson - Illustration - May 11, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Major Anderson, Late Commandant of Fort Sumter Charleston Harbour—See preceding page.
    vol. 38, no. 1088, p. 434. May 11, 1861

  • The Main Battery at Fort Sumter - Illustration - May 11, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    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

  • London, Saturday, May 11, 1861 - Article - May 11, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The Secession of Virginia, and the American Civil War - Article - May 18, 1861 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 18, 1861 - (6 paragraphs)
  • [Tuesday's Gazette Contains the Royal Proclamation] - Article - May 18, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Sligo Journal States that Hundreds of Irish Families] - Article - May 18, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Potomac - Article - May 18, 1861 - (6 paragraphs)
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    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

  • The Baltimore and Ohio Railway - Article - May 18, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
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    The Baltimore and Ohio Railway: Tray Run Viaduct. [p. 466]
    vol. 38, no. 1089, pp. 466-467. May 18, 1861

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    The Baltimore and Ohio Railway. Boardtree Hill. [p. 467]
    vol. 38, no. 1089, pp. 466-467. May 18, 1861

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    The Baltimore and Ohio Railway. Kingwood Tunnel. [p. 467]
    vol. 38, no. 1089, pp. 466-467. May 18, 1861

  • Mass Meeting in Union-Square, New York - Article - May 18, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Union Mass Meeting - Illustration - May 18, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The "Union" Mass Meeting held in Union-Square, New York on the 20th of April—See page 467.
    vol. 38, no. 1089, p. 471. May 18, 1861

  • [A Large Number of Envelopes] - Article - May 18, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Harper's Ferry, Virginia - Illustration - May 25, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Harper's Ferry, Virginia.—See supplement, page 496.
    vol. 38, no. 1090, p. 479. May 25, 1861

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - May 25, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [It is Stated in the American Papers] - Article - May 25, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - May 25, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, May 25, 1861 - Article - May 25, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The Post-Office Authorities] - Article - May 25, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • Birdseye View of the City of Washington - Illustration - May 25, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Birdseye View of the City of Washington, with the Capitol in the Foreground.—See supplement, page 496.
    vol. 38, no. 1090, pp. 486-487. May 25, 1861

  • Harper's Ferry, Virginia - Article - May 25, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The City of Washington - Article - May 25, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The American Revolution. The Border Slave States - Article - May 25, 1861 - (14 paragraphs)
  • The War Excitement in New York - Illustration - May 25, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The War Excitement in New York: Scene in Front of a Fire-Engine House.—See page 500.
    vol. 38, no. 1090, p. 498. May 25, 1861

  • The Civil War in America - Illustration - May 25, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America. Fort Monroe, Virginia, as seen from the James River.
    vol. 38, no. 1090, p. 499. May 25, 1861

  • Fort Smith, Arkansas - Illustration - May 25, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Fort Smith, Arkansas, recently captured from the United States by the Secessionists.
    vol. 38, no. 1090, p. 499. May 25, 1861

  • Fort Monroe, Virginia - Article - May 25, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Front of a Fire-Engine House in New York - Article - May 25, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Growth of the United States - Article - June 1, 1861 - (11 paragraphs)
  • [The San Francisco Papers Say that the Richest Gold-mines] - Article - June 1, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 1, 1861 - (45 paragraphs)
  • Capture by the United States Squadron - Article - June 1, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [A Vessel Displaying the Flag] - Article - June 1, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Future of Cotton - Article - June 8, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 6, 1861 - (40 paragraphs)
  • Return of the Great Eastern - Article - June 8, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • American Privateering - Article - June 8, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • His Excellency Charles Francis Adams - Illustration - June 15, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    His Excellency Charles Francis Adams, the United States' Minister at the British Court.—See page 546.
    vol. 38, no. 1093, p. 543. June 15, 1861

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - June 15, 1861 - (5 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 15, 1861 - (36 paragraphs)
  • Mr. Adams, United States' Minister to England - Article - June 15, 1861 - (3 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, June 15, 1861 - Article - June 15, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 15, 1861 - (14 paragraphs)
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    Colonel Ellsworth's Volunteer Regiment (The New York Firemen Zouaves).—See next page.
    vol. 38, no. 1093, pp. 563-564. June 15, 1861

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    Reading the War News in Broadway, New York.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
    vol. 38, no. 1093, pp. 563-564. June 15, 1861

  • The New York Zouaves - Article - June 15, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [Anderson, the Fugitive Slave] - Article - June 15, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The 4th Regiment of New York - Illustration - June 22, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    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

  • Embarkation of New York Zouaves for Fort Monroe - Article - June 22, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 22, 1861 - (26 paragraphs)
  • [Spain has declared her intention] - Article - June 22, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 22, 1861 - (9 paragraphs)
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    The Civil War in America: Harper's Ferry, Virginia.
    vol. 38, no. 1094, pp. 571-572. June 22, 1861

  • London, Saturday, June 22, 1861 - Article - June 22, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 22, 1861 - (7 paragraphs)
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    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

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    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

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    The Civil War in America: View of Richmond, the Capital of Virginia.
    vol. 38, no. 1094, p. 574. June 22, 1861

  • Railroad-Battery - Article - June 22, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Iron-Car Battery - Illustration - June 22, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Iron-Car Battery on the Philadelphia Railway.
    vol. 38, no. 1094, p. 575 . June 22, 1861

  • Winan's Steam-Battery - Illustration - June 22, 1861 - (1 paragraph)
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    Winan's Steam-Battery, Invented by Dickinson.
    vol. 38, no. 1094, p. 575. June 22, 1861

  • Steam-Battery - Article - June 22, 1861 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Ohio - Article - June 22, 1861 - (4 paragraphs)
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    Moonlight Scene on the Ohio River, North America.
    vol. 38, no. 1094, p. 583. June 22, 1861

  • An American Statesman - Article - June 29, 1861 - (11 paragraphs)
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    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

  • The Civil War in America - Article - June 29, 1861 - (28 paragraphs)
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    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

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    "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

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