Rebel Steamer "Nashville"

 

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Civil War Harper's Weekly, March 14, 1863

Welcome to our online collection of Civil War Harper's Weekly newspapers. We have made this collection available to enable you to develop a more complete understanding of this unique chapter of American History.

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Negro Soldiers

Abraham Lincoln as Dictator

Capture of the Jacob Bell

Capture of the "Jacob Bell"

General Hunter

General Hunter

Emancipation Meeting

Emancipation Meeting

Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson

Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson

First Colored Troops in Battle

First Colored Troops in Battle

Jackson Bio

Stonewall Jackson Bio

Rebel "Nashville"

Rebel Steamer Nashville

Exeter Hall

Exeter Hall, London

Black Troops

First Black Troops in Combat

Copperheads

Copperheads Cartoon

 

 

 

BEULAH BATTERY, AT THE JUNCTION OF BURNSIDE AND VERNON RIVERS.—[SEE NEXT PAGE.]

THE REBEL TURTLE RAM JUST LAUNCHED AT SAVANNAH.—[SEE NEXT PAGE.]

MAP OF THE ENVIRONS OF SAVANNAH, ON THE SOUTH, SHOWING THE POSITION OF THE "NASHVILLE," THE OGEECHEE RIVER, BEULAH BATTERY, AND THE PRESENT FIELD OF OPERATIONS OF THE "PASSAIC" AND OTHER IRON-CLADS UNDER COMMODORE DUPONT.

THE REBEL STEAMER "NASHVILLE"  LYING AT THE RAILWAY BRIDGE, ON THE OGEECHEE RIVER.—FROM A SKETCH BY A NAVAL OFFICER.—[SEE NEXT PAGE.]

Beulah Battery
Turtle Ram
Rebel Steamer "Nashville"
Picture
Savannah Map
 

 

 

 

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