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Civil War Harper's Weekly, July 16, 1864

Harper's Weekly was the most read newspaper of the Civil War era. It was popular across the country for its fabulous wood cut illustrations created by war artists deployed with the troops at the front lines. Today, it is popular as a valuable source of original information on the way.

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Grant

General Grant

Alabama is Sunk

Battle Kenesaw Mountain

Pine Mountain

Sherman Advance

General Sherman's Advance on Georgia

Spanish Squadron

Spanish Squadron

Lincoln Cartoon

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Alabama Sinking

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JULY 16, 1864.]

HARPER'S WEEKLY.

453

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN—THE CREST OF PINE MOUNTAIN, WHERE GENERAL POLK FELL, JUNE 14, 1864.—SKETCHED BY THEODORE R. DAVIS.—[SEE PAGE 454.]

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN--LOST MOUNTAIN AT SUNRISE, JUNE 15, 1864.--SKETCHED BY THEODORE R. DAVIS.—[SEE PAGE 451.]

Marietta.

GENERAL SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN—VIEW OF KENESAW FROM PINE MOUNTAIN.—SKETCHED BY THEODORE R. DAVIS.--[SEE PAGE 454.]

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Lost Mountain
Kenesaw Mountain

 

 

  

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