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Battle of Murfreesboro, Stonewall Jackson, Jim Crow, and more...
Item # 172650
February 14, 1863
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, February 14, 1863 The full front page is captioned: "The Picket Guard in the Army of the Potomac". Inside has "General Stonewall Jackson In Camp", and the backpage has 2 cartoons, one captioned: "Jim Crow Jumping About So". The doublepage centerfold is: "Fruitless Attempt of the Army of the Potomac To Move Towards the Rappahannock...".
Additional authentic prints include: a full page with 3 prints: "Savannah, Georgia, & Its Approaches", "The Rebel Ironclad 'Georgia' "Chart of the Approaches to Savannah, Georgia", & "Rebel Batteries Near St. Augustine Creek". Also a full page: "The Fight at Corney's Bridge, Bayou Teche, Louisiana, and Destruction of the Rebel Gunboat 'Cotton'...", a full page: "Map of the Seaboard from Fortress Monroe to Charleston, Showing the Field of Operations of the New Southern Expedition"; a full page: "The Battle of Murfreesboro, Tennessee--Center of the Army of the 2nd January, 1863", smaller prints of: "Major-General Darius N. Couch, Commanding the Right Grand Division of the Army of the Potomac" & "Major-General Daniel Butterfield, Chief of Staff to General Hooker".
Complete in sixteen pages, good condition.
Category: The Civil War