Fredericksburg, Virginia

 

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Civil War Harper's Weekly, December 6, 1862

Welcome to our archive of Harper's Weekly newspapers. This collection allows you to study source material formerly only available to professional historians and researchers. We hope you find this information useful.

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General Banks

General Banks

French Mediation Proposal

Habeas Corpus

Habeas Corpus Cartoon

Aquia Creek

Aquia Creek

Richmond Map

Richmond Map

General Banks Biography

General Banks Biography

Advertisemetns

Advertisements

Confederate Cartoon

Confederate Cartoon

The Passaic

The "Passaic"

Iron Clad Interior

Iron Clad Interior

Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales

Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg, Virginia

Fredericksburg

This Civil War Harper's Weekly features a picture of Fredericksburg, Virginia.  The upper left image shows the lower portion of Fredericksburg, and Falmouth.  The upper right image shows the Wrecks of the Steamers burned by the Rebels.  The center left picture is the Stockade bridge and blockhouse.  The central picture shows the Tomb of Washington's Mother.  The center right illustration is of the Ruins of the Rail Road Bridge.  The lower image is of the City of Fredericksburg.  The image is captioned, "The City of Fredericksburg, and its Vicinity.- [See Page 782.]"


 

 

  

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