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The New York Herald, January 25, 1863

With a front page map of the Capture of Fort Hindman and an illustration of the inside of the fort

New York, Sunday, January 25, 1863. 8 pages. Front page map, The Capture Of Fort Hindman. The Combined Military and Naval Victory on the Arkansas River. Includes notes of reference below the map. There is also a detailed illustration of the Inside Of Fort Hindman on the front page. Headlines and stories on the front page: IMPORTANT FROM ARKANSAS. Operations On The White River. Capture of St. Charles, Duval's Bluff and Des Arc. Highly...  

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The New York Herald, November 28, 1863

With large front page map, "The Battles in Tennessee and Georgia"

Includes 2nd map inside titled, "Lookout Mountain"


New York, Saturday, November 28, 1863- Triple Sheet. 12 pages. Stories include: GRANT'S ARMY. Great Victories Near Chattanooga. The Rout of the Rebels Complete. Bragg's Rebel Army Crumbling to Pieces. Their Arms Thrown Down in Despair. The Progress of Our Troops Illuminated by the Enemy's Burning Magazines. More Artillery and Prisoners Captured. Important Cavalry Expedition. Portion of the East...  

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Army and Navy Journal, May 14, 1864

Features front page map of The Field Of Contest In Virginia

16 pages, 10 x 14 1/2, with illustrated masthead depicting a spread winged eagle on and American shield with a riband and the motto, "E. Pluribus Unum." Vol. I. No. 38. New York, Saturday, May 14, 1864. Five Dollars Per Year. Single Copies Ten Cents.

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The Campaign In Virginia; The Battle Of The Wilderness; The Virginia Campaign, Official Dispatches, Secretary Stanton to Major General Dix; Official Dispatch of Major General Butler;...  

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The York Times, June 13, 1862

Front page map of the Battle of Fair Oaks, Virginia

8 pages. New York, Friday, June 13, 1862. Caption on the map: Plan Of The Battle Of Fair Oaks. Sketch of the Battle-ground of "Fair Oaks," or the Seven Pines, on May 31, 1862, by Lieut. E. Walter West, A.D.C., to Brigadier General Casey. Drawn Especially for the New York Times. Front page headlines: THE PURSUIT OF JACKSON. Further Particulars of the Battle of Cross Keys. Jackson Very Badly Defeated by Gen. Fremont. The Dead and Wounded Left on the Field. Flight of the Rebels on...  

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The New York Herald, January 5, 1863

With 2 front page Battle of Vicksburg maps

Story about the Sinking of the Famous Union Ironclad Warship, "The Monitor"


8 pages. New York, Monday, January 5, 1863. Front page map #1: The Battle At Vicksburg; Map Showing Vicksburg, the Mississippi and the Yazoo. Map #2: Map Showing Vicksburg And The Rebel Batteries. Front page headlines: THE MURFREESBORO STRUGGLE. More Particulars of the Tremendous Fighting Between Generals Rosecrans and Johnston. The Casualties. Our Loss in Killed, Wounded and Prisoners About Seven Thousand....  

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The New York Times, September 20, 1862

THE GREAT BATTLE OF ANTIETAM

8 pages. Front page headlines: GREAT VICTORY. The Rebel Army in Full Flight Out of Maryland. The Dead and Wounded Left Behind. Our Cavalry Pushing Them Across the Potomac. The Whole National Army in Good Condition. Further Details of the Great Battle of Wednesday. Official Dispatches from Gen. McClellan. He Announces a Complete Victory. Latest Reports From Headquarters. The Great Battle of Wednesday. Gen. Mansfield. Col. McNeil. Battle of Antietam Creek. Full Particulars from our Special Correspondent. The Most...  

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The New York Herald, New York, Thursday, March 3, 1864

The famous Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid on Richmond, Virginia

Generals' Custer and Stuart mentioned in front page headlines!

U.S. Grant's appointment as Lieutenant General confirmed by the Senate


8 pages. Front page map titled, "The Cavalry Raid Into Virginia. Map Showing the Roads and Rivers Between the Rapidan and Richmond." Front page headlines: HIGHLY IMPORTANT NEWS. Kilpatrick's Brilliant Cavalry Movement Against Richmond. The Union Prisoners to be Released and the Rebel Capital Sacked. Co-operation of the Infantry...  

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The New York Times, April 3, 1865

VICTORY!

Overwhelming Defeat of the Rebel Army

Official Dispatches of President Lincoln

Superb fall of Petersburg, Virginia issue!


8 pages. VICTORY! Official Dispatches from President Lincoln, General Grant and Secretary Stanton. The Decisive Struggle of the War in Progress. Grant and Lee Personally Directing Their Forces. Desperate Bravery Displayed on Both Sides. Glorious Results After Three Days Continuous Fighting. Overwhelming Defeat of the Rebel Army. Capture of Twelve Thousand Prisoners and more than Fifty...  

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Army and Navy Journal, November 14, 1863

Features the Official Gettysburg Battle Report of General George G. Meade

Congratulatory Order of General George G. Meade to his Victorious Army!

Legendary Confederate Cavalry General J.E.B. Stuart's Battle Report!


16 pages, 10 x 14 1/2, with illustrated masthead depicting a spread winged eagle on and American shield with a riband and the motto, "E. Pluribus Unum." Vol. I. No. 12. New York, Saturday, November 14, 1863. Five Dollars Per Year.

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The Military Situation; Military...  

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The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 2, 1861

Includes double page woodcut engraving of The Great Naval Expedition From Fortress Monroe, Oct. 29, 1861

8 pages. WAR AGAINST REBELLION. Important from Washington. Gen. Winfield Scott Retires from the Command of the Army. Gen. McClellan Appointed Commander of the United States Troops. The Pennsylvania Regiments. Indications Of An Advance Of The Rebels. From. Gen. Banks' Division. The Rebel Pickets are Again Seen. From The Lower Potomac. Important from Baltimore, Md. The War In Missouri. Gen. Fremont's Advance Force beyond Springfield. The...  

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New York Daily Tribune, July 19, 1864

8 pages. THE LATE REBEL RAID. Rumored Interception by Our Forces. Capture of Prisoners and Wagons. The Retreat-The Pursuit-Probable Fighting-Rebel Losses. Rebel Raid Into Kentucky. The Enemy in Strong Force. Preparations to Repel the Invasion. Eastern Kentucky Again Alarmed. Late Rebel News. News From Sherman's Army. The Defense of Atlanta. Guerrillas in Missouri. Sacking of Parkville, Mo., by Bushwackers. Atrocities Committed by Them. A Fight in Prospect. A Rebel View of the Situation. Attack on A.J. Smith Repulsed. Grant Can Have His Own Way. Aid For...  

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The New York Times, June 5, 1864

4 pages with an illustration of an American flag at the upper left hand corner of the front page. EXTRA. GRANT'S ARMY. Official Dispatch from Secretary Stanton. Late & Important News. Dispatches from General Grant's Headquarters. General Attack Upon Our Lines and Repulse of the Rebels. Gen. Stannard Wounded. Arrival of Reinforcements. News From Sherman. BEFORE RICHMOND. A Battle On Friday. The Rebel Lines Assaulted. The Enemy Driven Within Their Intrenchments. The Ground Gained Held by Our Troops. Three Hundred Prisoners Taken. Our Loss About Three...  

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