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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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161.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Reinforcement of Fort Pickens by Company A, First Artillery, on Saturday morning, April 13--Sketched by an Engineer Officer of the "Brooklyn."--[See Next Page].' [full date May 18,1861.]
162.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Remains of the new bridge over Ashley River, Charleston, S.C., partially destroyed by the Rebels on the evacuation of the city, Feb 18, 1865.--from a sketch by our Special Artist, W.T. Crane.' [full date June 10, 1865.]
163.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Rev. Dr. Bachman, who asked a blessing on the Secession Ordinance.' [full date January 19, 1861.]
164.
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion Caption: 'Robert G. Shaw.' [full date July 1863.]
165.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Roman Catholic Cathedral [Charleston, SC].' [full date December 28, 1861.]
166.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Rufus Blodgett, Senator from New Jersey. Photographed by Pach Brothers.--[see page 187.]' [full date March 12, 1887.]
167.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Ruins in the heart of Charleston--view from King Street.--[photographed by George N. Barnard.]' [full date July 8, 1865.]
168.
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion Caption: 'Ruins of light-house on Morris's (sic) Island
169.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Ruins of the Circular Church, on Meeting Street, Charleston, S.C.--see page 312.' [full date February 2, 1866.]
170.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Ruth Lowery, foundress of silk-culture in Alabama.' [full date August 17, 1878.]
171.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Scene on the arrival of Lieutenant Hall, U.S.A., with despatches (sic) from Major Anderson for Governor Pickens, at the Executive Mansion, Charleston, S.C., immediately after the firing on the Star of the West.--from a sketch by our Special Artist.--see page 151.' [full date January 26, 1861.]
172.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Scene on the Floating Battery in Charleston Harbor, S.C., during the bombardment of Fort Sumpter (sic).--from a sketch by an Officer.--see page 355.' [full date April 27, 1861.]
173.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Scene on the Upper Mississippi.--from a sketch by Wintfield.' [full date October 31, 1863.]
174.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Sherman's march through South Carolina--burning of McPhersonville, February 1, 1865.--sketched by William Waud.--[see page 133.]' [full date March 4, 1865.]
175.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Sherman's march through South Carolina--advance from McPhersonville, February 1, 1865.--sketched by William Waud.--[see page 133.]' [full date March 4, 1865.]
176.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Shipping the recaptured Africans on board the U.S. steam frigate Niagara, at Charleston, S.C.--from a sketch by our own correspondent.' [full date Oct. 9, 1858]
177.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Siege of Charleston--1.Bombardment of Fort Moultrie and the Batteries Bee and Beauregard, by the monitors and ironsides, Sept. 7th and 8th.--2. Interior of Battery Gregg, looking towards Wagner. From sketches by our Special Artist, W.T. Crane.' [full date October 3, 1863.]
178.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Siege of Charleston--Engineers' Depot, Morris Island.--from a sketch by our Special Artist.' [full date September 12, 1863.]
179.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Siege of Charleston--Ordnance Depot, Morris Island.--from a sketch by our Special Artist.' [full date September 12, 1863.]
180.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Siege of Charleston--planting the chevaux de frise in front of Fort Wagner.--from a sketch by our Special Artist.' [full date September 26, 1863.]
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