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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Siege of Charleston--The "Swamp Angel" opening on Charleston.--from a sketch by our Special Artist, W.T. Crane.' [full date Sept. 19, 1863]
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Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Main caption: 'Siege of Charleston--views of Sullivan's Island, as seen from Morris Island.--from sketches by our Special Artist, W.T. Crane.' Caption top left: 'Remains of blockade runners.' Caption top right: 'Rebel camp on Sullivans Island.' Caption middle left and right: 'Rebel battery on Sullivans Island.' Caption middle: 'Examining passes on the beach.' Caption bottom: ' Fort Moultrie as seen from Morris Island.' [full date October 10, 1863.]
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Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's [Color image.] Caption: 'Feeding 8,000 people with rations of rice and salt at West Point Mills, on the Ashley River, Charleston S.C.-- From a sketch by our Special Artist, W.T. Crane.' [full date April 15, 1865.]
4.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Siege of Charleston--the magazine of Fort Moultrie exploded by a shell from the grounded monitor Weehawken, Sept. 8.--from a sketch by our own Special Artist, W.T. Crane.' [full date October 3, 1863.]
5.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Siege of Charleston--the magazine of Fort Moultrie exploded by a shell from the grounded monitor Weehawken, Sept. 8.--from a sketch by our own Special Artist, W.T. Crane.' [full date October 3, 1863.]