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Civil War Harper's Weekly, October 12, 1861

We have posted our extensive collection of Civil War Harper's Weekly newspapers on this WEB site to serve as a valuable source of original information of the War. We are hopeful that this extensive, free, online collection assists you in your research and study. These old newspaper have a wealth of eye-witness illustrations and narratives on this important part of American History. We hope you find this information useful.

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Union Generals

This is an original leaf from the October 12, 1861 edition of Harper's Weekly.  The leaf features a stunning illustration of he Union Generals.  From left to right are pictured:

Generals of the Union Army

Butler, Wool, McCall, Rosecrans, McCook, Anderson, McDowell, Sickles, Blenker, McClellan, Scott, Hunter, Sigel, Sprague, Prentiss, Mansfield, Tyler, Burnside, Banks, Fremont, Lander, Heintzelman, Dix, Curtis and Stone.  The leaf is Captioned "Our Generals", and shows the leaders on horseback.



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