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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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41.
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.]
42.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Siege of Charleston--evacuation of Morris Island by the Rebels on the night of September 6, 1863.--sketched by Mr. Theodore R. Davis. [see page 621.]' [full date September 26, 1863.]
43.
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.]
44.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Siege of Charleston--bombardment of Fort Moultrie by the iron-clads, September 8, 1863.--sketched by Mr. Theodore R. Davis.--[see page 621.] Also identified in the image: Moultrieville, Fort Moultrie and Moultrie House. [full date September 26, 1863.]
45.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The siege of Charleston--attempt to blow up the "Ironsides" by a Rebel torpedo.--sketched by an occasional contributor. [see page 695.] [full date October 31, 1863.]
46.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Siege of Charleston--attack on Battery Gregg, September 5, 1863.--from a sketch by Mr. Theodore R. Davis. [See page 629.]' [full date October 3, 1863.]
47.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The sally-port at Sumter.--Interior.' [full date February 16, 1861.]
48.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Ruins Of Charleston.--photographed by W.E. Wilson, Savannah, Georgia. 1. The Guard House. 2. St. Michael's Church. 3. News and Courier Office. 4. St. Philip's Church. 5. No.27 Broad Street. 6. Hibernian Hall. 7. The Medical College.'
49.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'The Roman Catholic Cathedral, St. Finbar, and surrounding buildings, S.C., as it appeared after the late conflagration.' [full date November 1, 1862.]
50.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'The Richland Rifles enjoying the "after-dinner hour," at their quarters on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor, S.C. From a sketch taken on the spot by our Special Artist now in Charleston.' [full date March 2, 1861.]
51.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Rebel rams engaging our blockading fleet off Charleston, South Carolina, January 31, 1863.--sketched by an occasional correspondent.--[see page 127.]' [full date January 21, 1863.]
52.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Rebel Colonel John S. Mosby.--photographed by Rees, Richmond, Va.--[see page 43.]' [full date January 21, 1865.]
53.
The Illustrated London News
The Illustrated London News Caption: 'The principal church in Charleston, South Carolina.--see page 147.' [full date Feb. 16, 1861.]
54.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Palmetto flag.' [full date November 24, 1860.]
55.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Palmetto cockade.' [full date November 24, 1860.]
56.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Old Powder Magazine, Cumberland Street.' [full date November 24, 1860.]
57.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Old Man and his sons.' With ending caption: 'Moral--Union is Strength.' [full date February 2, 1861.]
58.
no title given
no title given Caption: 'The Old Flag again on Sumter--raised (on a temporary staff formed of an oar and boathook) by Captain H.M. Bragg, of General Gillmore's staff, February 18th, 1865.'
59.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Night of the Earthquake in Charleston.' [partial image]
60.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'The night guard of boats on Charleston Bar during the first of the bombardment of Fort Sumpter (sic), to prevent reinforcements being sent to Major Anderson, April 12th, 1861.--from a sketch by our artist on Morris Island.'
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