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Civil War Harper's Weekly, July 5, 1862

This site contains an online archive of all Harper's Weekly newspapers published during the Civil War. These newspapers will allow you to develop unique insights into the events that made up the Civil War. The illustrations present eye-witness records of this important period in American History.

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Cumberland Gap

Cumberland Gap

Before Richmond

Before Richmond

Emancipation Bill

Emancipation Bill

Memphis Post Office

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Joe Hooker

General Joe Hooker

Memphis, Tennessee

Affairs in Memphis Tennessee

Silas Casey

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Fairoaks Battle

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Fairoaks

Fairoaks

Charleston

Charleston

Cavalry Charge

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Charleston Approach

Charleston Approach

Captain Clitheroe

Captain Clitheroe

Negro Cartoon

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VOL. VI.—No. 288.]

NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1862.

SINGLE COPIES SIX CENTS.

 $2 50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year 1862, by Harper & Brothers, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York.


THE LEVEE AT MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE—HAULING SUGAR AND COTTON FROM THEIR HIDING-PLACES FOR SHIPMENT NORTH.—SKETCHED BY MR. ALEX. SIMPLOT [ SEE PAGE 423.]

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A. Fort State Corner,—B, Fort (Not named).—C. Fort Colonel Churchill.—D. The Gap.—E. Fort Colonel Rains.—F. Fort Colonel Mallory.—G. Stockade and Rifle-pits.—I. Lewis' Gap.—L. Fort Colonel Hunter.—M. Kentucky Road through Gap.—O. Baptist Gap.—P. Earth-works recently constructed.

GENERAL VIEW OF CUMBERLAND GAP, TENNESSEE.—SKETCHED By DR. B. HOWARD, U.S.A.—[SEE PAGE 419.]

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Memphis Tennessee Civil war
Cumberland gap

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