Gaines's Mills

 

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Civil War Harper's Weekly, July 19, 1862

This Section of the WEB site allows the serious student of the Civil War to develop a more detailed understanding of the key people and events of the Civil War. This archive includes all the Harper's Weekly newspapers published during the Civil War. This information is simply not available anywhere else.

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John Porter

Fitz-John Porter

The Seven Days Battle

The Seven Days Battle

Lincoln Calls for Troops

Lincoln Calls for More Troops

General Burnside in Newbern

General Burnside in Newbern

Fitz-John Porter

Fitz-John Porter Biography

Chickahominy Swamp

The Chickahominy Swamp

Harrison's Landing

Harrison's Landing

Gaines's Mills

Gaines's Mills Battle Description

Gaines's Mills

The Battle of Gaines's Mills

Battle of Fairoaks

Battle of Fairoaks

Gaines's Mills

Gaines's Mills

Harrison's Landing

Description of Harrison's Landing

Richmond Cartoon

Gaines's Mills

The Battle of Gaines's Mills

You are viewing an original leaf from an 1862 Harper's Weekly Civil War newspaper featuring a stunning picture of the Battle of Gaines's Mills.  The illustration is captioned, "The Army of the Potomac- Griffin's and Martin's Batteries Pouring Canister into the Rebel Ranks at Gaines's Mills - See Page 463".  The illustration shows dramatic action at this famous battle.


 

 

  

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