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Civil War Harper's Weekly, September 13, 1862

Welcome to our collection of online Harper's Weekly newspapers. We feature all issues published during the Civil War. These newspapers offer a rich opportunity to gain more insight into the people and places of the Civil War.

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General Pope

General Pope

President's Emancipation Policy

Lincoln's Emancipation Policy

Second Battle of Bull Run

Second Battle of Bull Run

Warrenton

Warrenton, Virginia

Tennessee

Tennessee

War in Virginia

War in Virginia

New Iron Clad Navy

New Iron Clad Navy

Camp Curtin

Camp Curtin

Manassas Junction

Manassas Junction

Camp Morton

Camp Morton

Civil War Iron Clads

Civil War Iron Clads

Scenes in Tennessee

Scenes in Tennessee

Lady Liberty

Lady Liberty

Civil War Iron-Clads

This original Civil War Harper's Weekly features pictures of Civil War Iron Clads.  Picture on the top row, left to right are the: Monitor, Onondaga, and Passaic. On the second row: Puritan, Woodna, Roanoke, Ironsides, Naugatuck, and Brooklyn.  On the bottom row, The Puritan, Woodna, and Roanoke.  The image is captioned, "Our New Iron-Clad Navy, From Mathematical Drawings.-[See page 586]".


 

 

  

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