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Civil War Harper's Weekly, June 21, 1862

Welcome to the online edition of the Harper's Weekly newspapers published during the civil war. This archive makes our extensive collection of Civil War newspapers available to you on the internet, for your browsing pleasure. These newspapers will help you develop a better understanding of the War.

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Corinth

Corinth, Mississippi

Teaching Slaves to Read and Write

Teaching Slaves to Read and Write

Black and White Equality

Black and White Equality

Duty Calls Poem

Poem "Duty Calls"

Chickahominy

Chickahominy River

Richmond Cartoon

Richmond Cartoon

Battle of Hanover

Battle of Hanover

Corinth, Mississippi

Corinth, Mississippi

Mechanicsville

Mechanicsville

Battle of Mechanicsville

Battle of Mechanicsville

Corinth, Mississippi

Scenes Around Corinth, Mississippi

Battle of Fairoaks

Battle of Fairoaks

 

 

 

 

 

 

Battle of Fairoaks

This is an original leaf from a Civil War Harper's Weekly newspaper.  The illustration shows a spectacular infantry charge at the Battle of Fairoaks.  The illustration is captioned, "Charge of General Sickles's Brigade upon the Rebels at the Battle of Fairoaks. [See Page 395]".  The Upper image is of the Army of the Potomac camping at Cumberland Landing on the Pamunky River.


 

 

  

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