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Civil War Harper's Weekly, January 9, 1864

Harper's Weekly was the most popular newspaper published during the Civil War. These newspapers were read by many Americans hungry for news of the war, and perhaps a glimpse at the outcome of battles fought by their loved ones. Today, these papers are an invaluable tool for students and researchers wanting more insight into the war.

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HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[JANUARY 9, 1864.

28

INTERIOR OF FORT SUMTER AFTER BOMBARDMENT FROM MORRIS ISLAND.

SKETCHED BY AN ENGLISH ARTIST.[SEE PAGE 17.]

BURSTING OF A SHELL IN THE STREETS OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.

SKETCHED BY AN ENGLISH ARTIST.[SEE PAGE 17.]

Fort Sumter Explosion
Charleston Bombardment

 

 

  

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