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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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161.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Major Anderson's Command at Fort Sumter.--from a photograph taken in the fort.--[see page 190.] Identified in image: Capt. T. Seymour, 1st Lieut. G.W. Snyder, 1st Lt. J.C. Davis, 2d Lt. R.K. Meade, 1st Lt. T. Talbot, Capt. A. Doubleday, Maj. R. Anderson, Asst. Surg. S.W. Crawford and Capt. J.G. Foster. [full date March 23, 1861.]
162.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'St. Andrew's Hall, Charleston, South Carolina.' [full date December 28, 1861.]
163.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Yates Hall--one hundred and nine cots for delegates.--[from a sketch by our own artist.]' [full date May 5, 1860.]
164.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Our blockading fleet off North Channel, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina.--sketched by a Naval Officer.--[see page 79.] References--A. Fort Sumter.--B. Charleston City.--C. Fort Moultrie.--D. Rebel tug at work on the obstructions.--E. Obstructions.--F. Fort Johnson.--G. Mount Pleasant Batteries.' Also identified in image: South Carolina, Blunt, Daylight and Stars and Stripes (ships of the fleet). [full date January 31, 1863.]
165.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'St. Andrew's Hall, Charleston, head-quarters of the Wood Delegation at Charleston.--[from a sketch by our own artist.]' [full date May 5, 1860.]
166.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Washington Artillery of Charleston, S.C.--[see page 78.]' [full date February 2, 1861.]
167.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Siege of Charleston--Johnsonville and Rebel fortifications.--[sketched from Black Island by Mr. Theodore R. Davis.]' [full date September 26, 1863.]
168.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Calhoun Monument at Charleston, South Carolina.--from a photograph of the sculptor's model.' [full date March 12, 1887.]
169.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The attack on Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. On June 28, 1776.' [full date June 26, 1858.]
170.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Siege of Charleston--charge of the Twenty-Fourth Massachusetts Regiment upon the Rebel rifle-pits, August 26, 1863. Sketched by Mr. Theodore R. Davis.--[see page 621.]' [full date September 26, 1863.]
171.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Diagram showing the torpedo buried in the sand.' [full date September 19, 1863.]
172.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Hon. John Minor Botts, of Virginia.--[see preceding page.]' [full date May 5, 1860.]
173.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Archduke Maximillian, of Austria, pretended Emperor of Mexico.' [full date September 26, 1863.]
174.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Exercises aloft--furling sail.' [full date December 8, 1860.]
175.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Eastport, Mississippi, General Thomas's head-quarters, January, 1865.--sketched by Adam Rohe.--[see page 110.] [full date February 18. 1865.]
176.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The siege of Charleston--View from the sea-face of Fort Wagner.--sketched by Mr. Theodore R. Davis.--[See Page 621.]' [full date September 26, 1863.]
177.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Palmetto flag.' [full date November 24, 1860.]
178.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Sinking the Stone Fleet in Charleston Harbor.--[see page 31.] [full date January 11, 1862.]
179.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Military Prisons at Charleston, South Carolina.--Sketched by Lieutenant F. Milward--[See Page 110]' the Jail and Work-House are both identified. [full date February 18, 1865.]
180.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The house-tops in Charleston during the bombardment of Sumter.' [full date May 4, 1861,]
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