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Civil War Harper's Weekly, June 7, 1862

You are viewing part of our online archive of Harper's Weekly newspapers which were published during the Civil War. This archive serves as an invaluable tool for the serious student of the Civil War, or professional researcher. These newspapers are an incredible source of first edition reports on the war.

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Cumberland, Virginia

This is an original leaf from an 1862 Civil War Harper's Weekly newspaper.  The upper illustration is captioned, "General McClellan's Camp at Cumberland, Virginia, With a View of the Pamunky River [See page 359]", and the lower image is captioned, " Battery No. 1 of One Hundred and Two Hundred Pounder Parrott Guns, Opposite Yorktown, and Gloucester. [SEE PAGE 359.]"


 

 

  

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