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Civil War Harper's Weekly, August 9, 1862

We have made our extensive collection of Harper's Weekly newspapers available for your online research. This archive includes all the newspapers published during the Civil War. We are hopeful that you find this resource useful.

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Martin Van Buren

Martin Van Buren

Lincoln's confiscation proclamation

Lincoln's Confiscation Proclamation

Order to Seize Southern Property

Chickahominy Cavalry Charge

Chickahominy Cavalry Charge

The Battle of Charles City Road

The Battle of Charles City Road

General Keyes

General Keyes

General Halleck

General Halleck

General Pope Cartoon

General Pope Cartoon

 

The Army of Virginia

The Army of Virginia

Map of Richmond

Battle of Charles City Road

Battle of Charles City Road

 

 

 

 

REFERENCES.—1. Statue of Washington.—2. Capitol Building.—3. Governors House.—4. City Hall.—5. Henry Clay's Statue.—6. Fire Tower.—A. General Passport Office.—B. Confederate States Stables.—C. Churches.—D. Huskin's Court.—E. Confederate States Treasury.—F. Whig Printing-office.—G. Examiner Office.—H. Confederate States General Post-office.—I. Confederate States Quarter-master.—K. Purveyor-General.—L. Dispatch News Office.—M. Monumental Hotel.—N. Confederate States Ordnance Depot.—O. Confederate States Clothing Bureau.—P. Exchange Hotel.—Q. American Hotel.—R. Castle Godwin Jail.—S. Spottswood House.—T. Tobacco Warehouses.—U. Marine Foundry.—V. Libby's Warehouse Jail.—X. Bank of Virginia.—Y. Hospitals.—Z. Provost-Marshal.—W. War Department.

THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.—DRAWN BY A REFUGEE JUST ESCAPED FROM SECESSIA.--[SEE NEXT PAGE.]

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