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Harper's Weekly: A Journal of Civilization. Vol. VIII., No. 368, Saturday, January 16, 1864.


Saturday, January 16, 1864 issue of the Harper's Weekly. Featuring "Averill’s Raid" in the American Civil War. With many lithographs. Cover: Averill's Raid. Centerfold lithograph: "An Advance of the Army of the Potomac - Sketched by Alfred R. Waud. Other lithographic illustrations include: Major-General Andrew A. Humphreys; General William W. Averill; the "suck" in the Tennessee River; the wreck of the "Aquila" at San Francisco; the ironclad screw frigate "Re d'Italia;" rebel screw steamer Rappahannock; The late most reverend John Hughes, D.C., Archbishop of New York – Photographed by Brady; The rebel screw steamer "Rappahannock" lying at Calais, France; Daboll's fog trumpet in the British Channel; Rebel battery and obstructions in Charleston Harbor.


Civil War -- Pictorial works Batteries (Weaponry) Ships -- Charleston Harbor -- South Carolina -- 1864 United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 New York (N.Y.) -- Newspapers New York County (N.Y.) -- Newspapers South Carolina Virginia


Harper & Brothers

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16 pages; 41 cm



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Harper's Weekly.



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