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February 28, 1864

NEW YORK HERALD, Feb. 28, 1864  

* Battle of Olustee w/ map
* Largest fight in Florida

The front page features two Civil War maps, the larger one headed: "THE CAMPAIGN IN FLORIDA. Scene of the Recent Union Successes and Reverse" which shows the northeast portion of Florida. The smaller map shows the Chattanooga & Dalton vicinity.
Among the front page column heads on the war: "The Florida Campaign" "Review of the Recent Movements in the District of Florida" "The Battle of Olustee" "Severe Contest & Repulse of the Union Troops" "Partial List of the Casualties" as well as; "Important From Chattanooga" "Dalton Not Occupied by the Union Forces" 'The Movement Only a Reconnoissance" "Tunnel Hill Still Occupied by Our Troops" "Longstreet Falling Back to Atlanta, Georgia" and much more.
Eight pages, minor loss at some bank margins, various repairs are mostly at the margins, tape above the spine and at the spine.

Category: Yankee