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Civil War Harper's Weekly, May 11, 1861

This Civil War Harper's Weekly has a variety of important stories and pictures. It shows the events unfold as they happened and are reported to eye-witnesses to the events. The paper covers the Battle of Harper's Ferry, one of the early conflicts in the war. It also has important content on the Annapolis Naval Academy and scenes of the destruction of the Norfolk Navy Yard.

 

 

Colonel Ellsworth

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HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[MAY 11, 1861.

304

SEVENTH REGIMENT ON BOARD THE "BOSTON," EN ROUTE FOR ANNAPOLIS.-FROM A SKETCH BY OUR SPECIAL ARTIST.

THE MEN OF THE EIGHTH MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT REPAIRING THE BRIDGES ON THE RAILROAD FROM ANNAPOLIS TO WASHINGTON.-[SEE PAGE 295.]

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Eighth Massachusetts Regiment

 

 

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