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Civil War Harper's Weekly, May 9, 1863

Welcome to our online collection of original Civil War Harper's Weekly newspapers. This archive serves as a valuable tool for researchers and students of the Civil War. The papers contain unique content which is simply not available anywhere else.

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Louisiana Swamp

Louisiana Swamp

England Warning

Warning to England

Anglo Saxon

Loss of the Steamer "Anglo-Saxon"

Brashear City

Brashear City

New Jersey Cavalry

New Jersey Cavalry

Monitor Poem

Monitor Poem

Hospital Ship

Hospital Ship

Escort

The Steamer "Escort"

Runaway Slaves

Runaway Slaves

General Hooker's Staff

General Hooker's Staff

Patent Medicine

Patent Medicine Advertisements

Jeff Davis

Jeff Davis Cartoon

 

 

 

 

HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[MAY 9, 1863.

292

BRASHEAR CITY, BERWICK'S BAY, LA., BASE OF GENERAL BANKS'S OPERATIONS.—FROM A SKETCH BY MR. F. H. SCHELL.—[SEE PAGE 299.]

THE IRON-CLAD "BARRATARIA" SNAGGED IN AMITE RIVER, LA., AND ATTACKED BY REBEL GUERRILLAS.—FROM A SKETCH BY MR. F. H. SCHELL.—[SEE PAGE 299.]

Brashear City, LA
Barrataria

 

 

 

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