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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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1.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'General Halleck's fleet of mortar-boats for service on the Mississippi.--sketched by Mr. Alexander Simplot.--[see page 827.]' [full date December 28, 1861.]
2.
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.]
3.
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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.'
4.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Quarters of the Union officers exposed to the Federal fire in Charleston.--sketched by one of the Officers.--[see page 550.]' [full date August 27, 1864.]
5.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Quarters of the Union officers exposed to the Federal fire in Charleston.--sketched by one of the Officers.--[see page 550.]' [full date August 27, 1864.]
6.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Colonel William Wilson and his staff (Wilson's Fighting Brigade)--[see page 311].' Identified in image: Quartermaster Bradley, Lieutenant Colonel Creighton, Adjutant James J. Hearey, Paymaster Peter Duffy, Col. William Wilson, Surgeon D.C. Pease and Major William Newby. [full date May 18, 1861.]
7.
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion Caption: 'Q.A. Gillmore.' [full date July 1863.]
8.
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion Caption: 'Robert G. Shaw.' [full date July 1863.]
9.
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion
Harper's History of the Great Rebellion Caption: 'George C. Strong.' [full date July 1863.]
10.
The Civil War in the United States
The Civil War in the United States Caption: 'John A. Dahlgren.'
11.
The Civil War in the United States
The Civil War in the United States Caption: 'Captain Frazer, of the Twenty-First Massachusetts Regiment, turning upon and capturing his guard while being conveyed to the Confederate camp.'
12.
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.]
13.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Colonel William Wilson and his staff (Wilson's Fighting Brigade)--[see page 311].' Identified in image: Quartermaster Bradley, Lieutenant Colonel Creighton, Adjutant James J. Hearey, Paymaster Peter Duffy, Col. William Wilson, Surgeon D.C. Pease. [full date May 18, 1861.]
14.
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.]
15.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'General Ormsby M'Knight Mitchel, Commanding the Union troops in South Carolina. From a photograph by Anthony.' [full date November 1, 1862.]
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no title given
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.'