Battle of Murfreesboro

 

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Civil War Harper's Weekly, February 14, 1863

Harper's Weekly was the most popular newspaper published during the Civil War. We have acquired a complete run of these newspapers, and have posted them on this WEB site for your enjoyment. These amazing papers allow you to really drill down and develop new perspective on the war.

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Soldier

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Only One Man Killed Today Poem

Burnside Commentary

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Battle Bayou Teche

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Daniel Butterfield

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Jim Crow

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Bayou Teche, Louisiana

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Murfreesboro

Battle of Murfreesboro

Crossing the Rappahannock

Crossing the Rappahannock River

 

 

THE BATTLE OF MURFREESBORO, TENNESSEE—CENTRE OF THE ARMY ON 2D JANUARY, 1863.—SKETCHED BY MR. HENRY R. HUBNER.—[SEE PAGE 103.]

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Battle of Murfreesboro

 

 

 

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