Central Park

 

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Civil War Harper's Weekly, January 30, 1864

This site features an online archive of our collection of original Harper's Weekly newspapers. Harper's weekly was the most important source of news during the Civil War. Today, these newspapers are used by serious students and researchers go gain deeper insights into the war.

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Santiago

Santiago

Slave Children

Slave Children

Gilmore Shells Charleston

White Slavery

Armstrong Gun

Armstrong Gun

Rebel Submarine

Rebel Submarine

Launch of the Minotaur

Remington Revolver Ad

Soldier in the Snow

White Slaves

White Slaves

New York's Central Park

Central Park

 

 

Central Park

You are viewing a stunning Thomas Nast drawing of New York's Central Park in Wintertime.  The picture shows a variety of images of people in Central Park.  In the center illustration, a number of people are seen ice skating.  Below it, horse drawn sleighs are shown gliding across the frozen pond. A family is pictures buying Hot Coffee in a local shop.  People are also seen warming themselves in front of a wood stove. 

At the top of the page is a picture of Jack Frost.  This is one of the earliest illustrations of this fanciful man.  Thomas Nast was responsible for developing the popular image of Jack Frost, and this is one of his earliest drawings featuring Jack Frost.


 

 

  

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