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Civil War Harper's Weekly, May 10, 1862

We have posted all the Harper's Weekly newspapers published during the Civil War to this WEB site. This archive serves as an invaluable research tool to see first edition reports on the key events of the War.

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Confederate Negro Soldiers

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Democrats and Slavery

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General Gilmore

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Attack Fort Wright

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New Orleans

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Lake Pontchartrain

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Fort Wright

Fort Wright

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Brother Jonathan

Brother Jonathan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Gunboat-fleet, in Advance.

The Ordnance Boats.

Commodore Foote's Mortar Fleet.

General Pope's Fleet of Transports for his Army.

BIRDS-EYE VIEW OF THE FEDERAL FLOTILLA DESCENDING THE MISSISSIPPI TO ATTACK FORT WRIGHT.—SKETCHED BY MR. ALEXANDER SIMPLOT.—[SEE PAGE 302.]

Plum Point.

Craighead's Point.

Fort Wright.

Position of our Mortars on the Arkansas Shore.

Commodore Foote's Tug Jessie Benton.

Pittsburg.

Mortar Tow-boats.

Carondelet.

Cairo.

Mail-boat De Soto.

Mound City.

Conestoga.

Cincinnati.

General Pope's Transports, and Landing-place for his Army.

Benton.

Ordnance Boat.

RECONNOISSANCE OF FORT WRIGHT BY THE GUN-BOATS AND MORTAR FLEET, APRIL 18, 1862.-SKETCHED BY MR. ALEXANDER SIMPLOT.—[SEE PAGE 302.]

Battle of Fort Wright
Attack on Fort Wright
Picture

 

 

  

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