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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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1.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'General McGowan addressing the Abbeville Volunteers in front of the Charleston Hotel--from a sketch by our Special Artist now in Charleston.' [full date February 23, 1861.]
2.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Middle-ground Battery, Charleston, S.C.--sketched by A.P. Palmer, 21st South Carolina Volunteers.--[see page 70.]' [full date January 31, 1863.]
3.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Charleston iron-clad fleet.--sketched by A.P. Palmer, 21st South Carolina Volunteers.--[see page 79.]' [full date January 31, 1863.]
4.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Folley's (sic) Battery, near the lighthouse, at Charleston, South Carolina.--from a sketch by A.P. Palmer, 21st South Carolina Volunteers.--[see page 79.]' [full date January 31, 1863.]
5.
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.]
6.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Moonlight scene on Sullivan's Island, Charleston Harbor--the sentry challenging Frank Leslie's Special Artist and Correspondent, who were guests of the Richland Rifles.--from a sketch by our Special Artist now in Charleston.' [full date March 2, 1861.]
7.
The Illustrated London News
The Illustrated London News Caption: 'The Civil War in America: Confederates sinking torpedoes by moonlight in the harbour channel, Charleston.--from a sketch by our Special Artist.' [full date May 16, 1863.]
8.
The Illustrated London News
The Illustrated London News Caption: 'The Civil War in America: the Federal ironclad Keokuk as she appeared on the morning after the fight.--from a sketch by our Special Artist.--see page 542.' [full date May 16. 1863.]
9.
Picturesque America
Picturesque America Caption: 'Ashley River.'
10.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Charleston Zouaves.--[from a photograph.]' [full date January 19, 1861.]
11.
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.]
12.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Defences of Charleston--"Folly's Battery," near the lighthouse, Charleston Harbor. From a sketch by A.P. Palmer, Company B, 21st Regt., S.C. (Confederate) Vol.' [full date February 7, 1863.]
13.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Defences of Charleston--the "Middle Ground" Battery, Charleston Harbor.--from a sketch by A.P. Palmer, formerly of the Confederate Army.' [full date February 7, 1863.]
14.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Defences of Charleston--the Rebel iron-clads in Charleston Harbor.--from a sketch by A.P. Palmer, formerly of Company B, 21st Regiment (Confederate) S.C. Vol.--see page 317.' [full date February 7, 1863.]
15.
Picturesque America
Picturesque America [Color image.] Caption: 'A roadside scene near Charleston.'
16.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: '1. Assembling on the Citadel Parade. 2. Watching the Procession. 3. The Boy Drum Corps. 4. The Thirteen States. 5. The Union League. 6. Reading the Emancipation Proclamation on the Battery. South Carolina--the celebration of Emancipation Day, January 8th. in Charleston--scenes and incidents of the parade--see page 375.' [full date February 10,1877]