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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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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.'
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no title given Caption: 'The siege of Petersburg--the Fifth Corps awaiting the order to advance, July 30th, 1864.'
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no title given Caption: 'Negroes escaping from Beaufort, S.C., with plunder from the abandoned residences of their masters, stopped by U.S. Gunboat Seneca.--from a sketch by our Special Artist with the Great Naval Expedition.--see page 70.'
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no title given [Color image.] Caption: 'The Avery Institute, Charleston, South Carolina.--[see page 867.]' Also identified in image: Rev. Charles Avery and Teachers' Home.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly No caption. Illustration for poem, Unspoken Dialogue. Image of two women in period dress, standing, facing each other.
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no title given Caption: 'First and last review of the First Regiment, South Carolina Negro Volunteers, on Hilton Head, S.C., under Colonel Fessenden, U.S.A., June 25th, 1862.'
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no title given Caption: 'Captain Knapp's Battery engaging the Confederates at the Battle of Cedar Mountain, August 9th, 1862--this battery fired the first and last shot.'
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no title given Caption: 'Escorting Major Taylor, of New Orleans, the bearer of a flag of truce, blindfolded, to the Confederate lines, after his unsuccessful mission.'