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Civil War Harper's Weekly, September 7, 1861

This 1861 Harper's Weekly newspaper has a variety of important content on the Civil War. The cover has a nice illustration of a Southern Belle. The paper has a story on Ben McCulloch, and a map of the Civil War. The paper also has a nice picture of Winchester, Virginia, and Fort Lafayette.

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Fort Lafayette in New York Harbor

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HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[SEPTEMBER 7, 1861.

570

THE "HOTEL" AT CENTERVILLE, VIRGINIA.[SEE PAGE 571.]

RUINS OF THE BRIDGE ACROSS THE POTOMAC AT BERLIN.[SEE PAGE 571.]

THE LOUDON HEIGHTS ACROSS THE POTOMAC, OPPOSITE THE POSITION LATELY OCCUPIED BY GENERAL BANKSHARPER'S FERRY IN THE DISTANCE.
[SEE PAGE 571.]

THE "CONESTOGA" AND "LEXINGTON," UNITED STATES GUN-BOATS ON THE MISSISSIPPI.[SKETCHED BY ALEXANDER SIMPLOT.]

Centerville Hotel
Berlin Potomac Bridge
Loudon Heights
Conestoga and Lexington Gun boats

 

 

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