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Charleston Museum Illustrated Newspapers Collection

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161.
Picturesque America
Picturesque America Caption: 'Ashley River.'
162.
The Civil War in the United States
The Civil War in the United States Caption: 'A detachment of the First South Carolina (Colored) Federal Volunteers, Colonel Beard, repelling an attack of the Confederate troops in the vicinity of Doboy River, Ga. From a sketch by Colonel Brewerton.'
163.
The Illustrated London News
The Illustrated London News Caption: 'Dealers inspecting a Negro at a slave auction in Virginia,--from a sketch by our Special Artist.' [full date Feb. 15, 1861.]
164.
The Civil War in the United States
The Civil War in the United States Caption: 'John A. Dahlgren.'
165.
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.'
166.
The Civil War in the United States
The Civil War in the United States Caption: 'A flag of truce.'
167.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'John L. Sibley, A.M., Librarian Emeritus of Harvard College, from a photograph by G. W. Pach.' [full date September 18, 1880]
168.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's [Color image.] Caption: 'Unloading a transport with ambulances for the Army, at Wilmington, N.C.--View looking up Water Street.--sketched by our Special Artist.' [full date April 15, 1865.]
169.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'The advance upon Charleston--pioneer movement--landing of the 100th N.Y. Vols. upon Cole's Island, March 28.--from a sketch by our Special Artist.--see page 6.' Also identified with labels: Camp of 100th N.Y. Vols., Pawnee, Com. McDonough, Expounder and Belvidere. [full date April 25, 1863.]
170.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's [Color image.] Caption: 'Present aspect of the Rebel Navy Yard at Wilmington, N.C.--from a sketch by our Special Artist.' [full date April 15, 1865.]
171.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'The Hon. Robert Brown Elliott, of South Carolina. From a photograph by Gardner, Washington, D.C.--see page 150.' [full date February 14,1874.]
172.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: 'Concert for the inmates of the Charity Hospital, Blackwell's Island.--drawn by C.E.H. Bonwill.--(see page 150.).' [full date February 14, 1874.]
173.
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.]
174.
L'Illustration, Journal Universal
L'Illustration, Journal Universal [Color image.] Caption (in French): 'Vue generale de Charlestown (Caroline du Sud).' [General view of Charleston (South Carolina).]
175.
L'Illustration, Journal Universal
L'Illustration, Journal Universal [Color image.] Caption (in French): 'Les troupes federales evacuant le fort Moultrie, apres avoir detruit le materiel de guerre.--D'apres les croquis de M.W.S. (Voir la Revuie de la semaine.)' [Federal troops evacuate Fort Moultrie, after destroying war materials.--from the sketch by M.W.S. (see the Review of the Week)].
176.
L'Illustration, Journal Universal
L'Illustration, Journal Universal [Color image.] Caption (in French): 'Evenements des Etats-Unis: Charleston et ses fortifications. [Events of the United States: Charleston and its fortifications.] 1--Charleston. 2--Riviere Ashley [Ashley River]. 3--Chemin de fer de Savannah [Savannah Railway]. 4--Riviere Cooper [Cooper River]. 5--Riviere Wando [Wando River]. 6--Fort Pinkney [Castle Pinckney]. 7--Fort Ripley. 8--Fort Johnson (ile James) [James Island]. 9--Riviere Stone [Stono River]. 10--Fort Sumter. 11--Fort Moultrie. 12--Batterie Gregg (pointe de Gumming) [Battery Gregg (Cummings Point)]. 13--Fort Wagner. 14--Batteries rasantes du general Gilmore [grazed batteries of General Gilmore]. 15--Ouvrages pris par les federaux. [Works undertaken by the Federals]. 16--Phare Inlet [Lighthouse inlet]. 17--Batteries federales (ile Folly) [Federal Batteries (Folly Island)]. 18--Canonnieres et vaisseaux cuirasses [gunboats and ironclads]. 19--Hotel. 20--Ile et batteries Sullivan [Sullivan Island and Batteries]. 21--Moultrie. 22--Mont Pleasant [Mount Pleasant]. 23--Breach Inlet. 24--Shem Creek. 25--Batteries construite par les confederes sur l'ile James, dans le voisinage du fort Johnson [Batteries built by the Confederates on James Island, in the vicinity of Fort Johnson].
177.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: The iron-clad "Keokuk" sinking on the morning after the battle, at Charleston, South Carolina.--[see page 279].' [full date May 2, 1863.]
178.
Harper's Weekly
Harper's Weekly Caption: Suffolk, Virginia.--[see page 286].' [full date May 2, 1863.]
179.
Frank Leslie's
Frank Leslie's Caption: 'Flood on the Susquehanna River at Harrisburg--Accumulation of timber and driftwood at the Cumberland Valley Railroad Bridge.' [full date April 15, 1865]
180.
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.]