Frank Leslie Civil War Print 1896. Illustration consisting of 2 pages. Has three illustrations: "Traveling in state"- General Burnside on the road from New Berne to Beaufort, N. C.; Burning of the American Merchantman "Harvey Birch" of New York, Captain Nelson in the British Channel, by the Confederate Steamer "Nashville" Captain Peagrim, November 17th, 1861; Negro Drivers of the Baggage Train Attached to General Pleasonton's Cavalry Brigade Watering Their Mules in the Rappahannock.
Civil War -- Pictorial works Rappahannock River (Va.) -- New Berne (N.C.) 1861 Ships -- New York Cavalry United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 New Berne (N.C.)
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""Traveling in state": General Burnside on the road from New Berne to Beaufort, N. C." (1896). Civil War Images. 2.