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Civil War Harper's Weekly, August 15, 1863

This site features the Harper's Weekly newspapers published during the Civil War. The material allows you to examine details of the War not available from modern publications. These newspapers will take you back in time to the days the war was still raging on.

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Attack on Charleston

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1. Charleston and Savannah Railroad.2. Ashley River.3. Charleston.4. Cooper River.5. Wando River.6. Castle Pinckney.7. Fort Riply.8. Fort Johnson (James Island).9. Stono River.10. Fort Sumter.11. Fort Moultrie.12. Battery Gregg (Cumming's Point).13. Fort Wagner.14. General Gilmore's Advanced Batteries.15. Captured Works (Morris Island).16. Light-house Inlet.17. Union Battery (Folly Island).18. Iron-clads and Wooden Ships.19. Hotel.20. Sullivan's Island and Rebel Batteries.21. Moultrieville.22. Mount Pleasant.23. Breach Inlet.24. Shem Creek.0, 0. Rebel Batteries on James Island.

BIRDS-EYE VIEW OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND ITS ENVIRONS, SHOWING THE SCENE OF GENERAL GILMORE'S OPERATIONS.[SEE PAGE 519.]

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