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Civil War Harper's Weekly, December 24, 1864

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HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[DECEMBER 24, 1864.

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THE ATTACK ON FORT BATEMAN AT THE CAPTURE OF PLYMOUTH, NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 31, 1864.

VIEW ON THE ROANOKE RIVER, NORTH CAROLINA.

APPEARANCE OF THE REBEL RAM "ALBEMARLE," OCTOBER 31, 1864.

Plymouth.   Rebel Magazine exploded.   Shamrock   Otsego.   Commodore Hull.   Baisly.

THE CAPTURE OF PLYMOUTH, NORTH CAROLINA, OCTOBER 31, 1864.[SEE PAGE 822.]

Battle of Fort Bateman
Roanoke River
Albemarle
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