1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War

1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War
1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War 1861 Harper's Weekly September 21 Civil War
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Original September 21, 1861 Harper's Weekly Volume 5 #247

Condition: Very Good-, disbound, a few foxing spots, see photos, 16 pages large format 11" x 16" tall Newspaper

   Woodcut Illustrations

  • The Army Forge full page illustration 1861
  • St. Louis Missouri Major-General Fremont's Body-Guard
  • Camp Blood, Near Pilot Knob Missouri
  • Fort Hatteras Before the Surrender
  • Fiske at the Bombardment of Fort Hatteras, North Carolina 
  • Fort Hatteras Interior after the Surrender
  • Fort Clark Interior after the Surrender
  • Cameron Cavalry Private Tent Interior
  • Charleston Blockade
  • Major-General McClellan Double Page by Chapin Stephens off photo by Brady and others
  • MAP of McClennans's Operations Along the Potomac
  • Des Moines Cavalry Leaving Iowa for the War
  • Davenport Iowa marching Volunteers on Main Street Welcome Pride of Iowa (hand painted backpacks)
  • Manufacturing Muskets in Springfield Mass. 1861
  • King Cotton Political Cartoon
  • Sachem of Tammany Kicking out a Wooden Imitation of Democracy Mozart

    Articles and Notes

  • The Way to Put Down The Rebellion
  • Comedian - Mr. Clarke, Broadway, Mr. Burton
  • If Jefferson Davis is dead, 
  • Jokes
  • Letter from the Czar to Lincoln
  • Capture of Hatteras Forts, Missouri news, Paducah Kentucky
  • McClellan on the Sabbath, Democratic Convention in Syracuse
  • South Carolina Captain Welch
  • Foreign News
  • Fort Hatteras and Fort Clark Battles
  • American Sportsmen at The Grand Gulf  (Mississippi) by John Berwick Harwood (First Printing of part of what would later be the novel 'Odd Neighbors') "You green-horn! said my brother, good-humoredly: "were you thinking of fox-hunting or partridge-popping? 'Sportsman,' in America, means sharper, gambler, theif, swindler, gallows-bird!"
  • Iowa Volunteers
  • A Strange Story by Sir E. Bulwer Lytton chapter XVII to XXI with 2 small woodcut illustrations
  • Famishing Wolves in Volgo Russia
  • Springfield Armory
  • Capture of Rebel Schooner Arthur Middleton

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