Fight at Chancellorsville

 

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Civil War Harper's Weekly, May 23, 1863

You are viewing part of our online archive of original Harper's Weekly newspapers. These newspapers are full of incredible pictures and reports on the Civil War. The collection serves as an excellent source of information on the war.

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Stoneman

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Lee's Order No. 59

Robert E. Lee's Order Number 59

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Chancellorsville

Chancellorsville

Chancellrosville Battlefield

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Battle of Chancellorsville

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Jackson at Chancellorsville

Stonewall Jackson's Attack At Chancellorsville

Fight at Chancellorsville

Fight at Chancellorsville

Fernando Wood

Fernando Wood

 

Fight at Chancellorsville

You are viewing an original 1863 Harper's Weekly Civil War Newspaper featuring pictures of the Battle of  Chancellorsville, created by an eye-witness to the battle.  The upper image is captioned, "The Battles at Chancellorsville, Scene During the Day, May 1, From a Sketch by Mr. A. R. Waud. [See Page 331]."  The lower image is captioned, "The Battles at Chancellorsville - Howard's Headquarters, and Position of the Right of the Line of Battle, May 2, From a Sketch by Mr. A. R. Waud. - [See Page 331]".


 

 

 

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