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Civil War Harper's Weekly, October 19, 1861

This WEB site features online, readable issues of Harper's Weekly Civil War newspapers. These newspapers are full of incredible content including stories and pictures of the defining moments of the Civil War. We are hopeful that you found this resource of value in your studies and research. These newspapers allow a more in depth understanding of the issues associated with the war, and they are interesting reading.

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Lexington

Lexington, Virginia

Colonel Mulligan

Colonel Mulligan

War News

War News

Red White and Blue

Red, White and Blue

Lebanon Junction

Lebanon Junction, Missouri

Louisville

Louisville, Kentucky

Gun Boat

Iron Clad Gun Boat

Kentucky

Kentucky Civil War News

Cannons

Army of the Potomac Cannons

Capitol Square

Capitol Square, Richmond VA

Kentucky Battle Map

Kentucky Battle Map

Missouri Battle Map

Missouri Battle Map

The United States Treasury

Steamer

Civil War Steamer

Cartoons

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VOL. V.—No. 251.]

NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1861.

[SINGLE COPIES SIX CENTS.

$2 50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year 1861, by Harper & Brothers, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York.


LIEUTENANT RUSSELL, U.S.N., WHO BURNED THE "JUDITH" AT
PENSACOLA.

COLONEL MULLIGAN.— FROM A PHOTOGRAPH.—[SEE NEXT PAGE.]

THE REBEL EX-GOVERNOR JACKSON, OF MISSOURI, ADDRESSING COLONEL MULLIGAN'S TROOPS AFTER THE SURRENDER AT LEXINGTON.  SKETCHED BY O. R.—[SEE NEXT PAGE.]

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Lieutenant Russel
Colonel Mulligan
The Battle of Lexington

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