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A Civil War print by the famed artist Winslow Homer...

Item # 172578

June 07, 1862

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, June 7, 1862  The front page shows: "Brigadier-General Stoneman" and "Cold Harbor, Nine Miles From Richmond, Va., Near General M'Clellan's Head-Quarters". Other prints inside include: "Our Army In the Southwest" with 5 scenes; two halfpg. scenes: "Corduroying Roads to Corinth" and "General Buell's Army Crossing Lick Creek on the Way to Corinth"; a full page: "The General Hospital at Fortress Monroe" showing 7 scenes; half page: "The Army of the Potomac--Our Outlying Picket in the Woods" is by Winslow Homer.
The doublepage centerfold is taken up with 2 prints: "Battery No. 1, of 100 and 200 Pounder Parrott Guns Opposite Yorktown & Gloucester" and: "General M'Clellan's Camp at Cumberland, Virginia, with a View of the Pamunky River".
There is also a full page: "General McClellan's Army on the March Through the Woods from Williamsburg Toward Richmond" and: "William A.l Jackson, Ex-Coachman of Jeff Davis".
The back page has 2 political cartoon. Sixteen pages.

Category: The Civil War