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Assault on New Bern during the Burnside Expedition Harpers Weekly

Assault on New Bern during the Burnside Expedition Harpers Weekly

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Assault on New Bern during the Burnside Expedition — Harper's Weekly

"The Burnside Expedition--Bombardment of Newbern, North Carolina" and "The Burnside Expedition--Troops Landing Below the Rebel Forts Near Newbern, ...

Battle of New Bern as illustrated in Harper's Weekly. 5 April 1862

"The Burnside Expedition--The Storming of Fort Thompson, at Newbern, North Carolina, March 14, 1862." From Harper's Weekly.

Landing of Troops on Roanoke Island - Harper's Weekly

Caption Reads: "The Fleet Ascending the Neuse River." Harpers Weekly, 1862

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Newbern in the Civil War

Bombardment of Fort Thompson, a war-time sketch by Francis H. Schell.

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"Newbern." From John S.C. Abbott's The History of the Civil War in America. New York: Henry Bill, 1866. 4 1/2 x 7 1/2. Engraving. $75

Battle of New Bern

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"The Burnside Expedition--Bombardment of Newbern, North Carolina" and "The Burnside Expedition--Troops Landing Below the Rebel Forts Near Newbern, ...

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Battle of New Bern

Battle of Kinston, 1862 - Harper's Weekly

A Perfect Rain of Shot and Shell: The Surrender of Fort Macon

Item: “The rebel steamer 'Nashville' running the blockade at Beaufort, North Carolina.” Harper's Weekly, April 5, 1862, p. 209.

1862 -Harper's Weekly- Civil War Magazine- CSS Nashville/Map/Burnside Expedition

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Newbern North Carolina Rebel Cavalry Civil War 1862 HW Sketch RARE!

Picture of the Civil War

The present-day location of Fort Thompson. Only the earthenworks remain. The Neuse River can be seen in the background.

'Attack Upon Roanoke Island - Landing of the Troops', (1878).

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The Story of Carrie Cutter: Nurse and Teen Hero? Claudia Houston, New Bern Historical Society

'A thrilling scene in east Tennessee - Colonel Fry and the Union men swearing by '

1862 Civil War Harper's Weekly McClellan Surrendering Command to Burnside

Battle of Island Number Ten - Harper's Weekly, April 5, 1862 original, not a reprint - Commodore Foote - Fort Thompson at Amazon's Entertainment ...

Discharge Copy #1 showing JWD's service from 1861-1863

New Bern, NC Fish and Oyster Market

The Burnside Expedition ladning on Roanoke Island.

Campaign of the Carolinas

Pension Certificate for Soldier JWD to support Magdalena Derr and her sons

"The Burnside Expedition--Bombardment of Newbern, North Carolina" and "The Burnside Expedition--Troops Landing Below the Rebel Forts Near Newbern, ...

1862 -Harper's Weekly- Civil War Magazine- CSS Nashville/Map/Burnside Expedition | #1854000844

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1862 Civil War Harper's Weekly War Scenes on The Green River, Kentucky

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Battle of Hatteras Inlet Batteries - Fort Hatteras surrenders

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H`` at the bottom of the screen. In early 1862 the company camped at Annapolis then departed with Burnside's expeditionary force for Roanoke Island.

Ambrose E. Burnside

Map of the Battle of Roanoke Island.

Flag of Truce, drawing, 1862-1865, by Alfred R Waud, 1828

George W. Derr...son of JWD and Magdalena and my Great-Grandfather

Newbern Weekly Progress from New Bern, North Carolina on November 22, 1862 · Page 1

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Harpers Weekly LOT OF 3 BULL RUN MONITOR MERRIMAC 1862 Original Full

On March 13-15th 1863 they were involved in skirmishes at Deep Gully and helped stop a Confederate attempt to retake New Berne.

Battle of Albemarle Sound - A map of the battle

John Beck

... Tranter's Creek, N.C. "The Battle of Tranter's Creek, near Washington, North Carolina, on June 5, 1862." Harper's Weekly, June 28, 1862, p. 413.

Great Fire of 1922 The Great Fire, New Bern, My Heritage, Black History

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Battle of Kinston - Image: Kinston Battlefield North Carolina

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"Birds-Eye View of the Attack on the Rebel Batteries On and Near Island Number Ten, By Commodore Foote's Flotilla." From Harper's Weekly. New York ...

A marker commemorating the Burnside Expedition at the Outer Banks Welcome Center on Roanoke Island. This marker provides context for the actions that ...

Battle of Roanoke Island, February 8, 1862

Battle of Island Number Ten - Harper's Weekly, April 5, 1862 original, not a reprint - Commodore Foote - Fort Thompson at Amazon's Entertainment ...

Battle of Proctor's Creek

Battle of Roanoke Island

Battle of Fort Anderson - Map of Fort Anderson Battlefield core and study areas by the

Tranter's Creek marker is located in Beaufort County, North Carolina and was installed in December 2007. It is located on the south side of U.S. Highway 264 ...

Ruins of Columbia, South Carolina - Civil War - Original Antique Print - 1866

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USS George Peabody

18-12-50 CDV OF INDIAN FIGHTER KILLED AT THE FETTERMAN MASSACRE IN THE COMPANY OF FETTERMAN HIMSELF: A truly fine and historic photo of Lt. Frederick H. ...

1862 Civil War Harper's Weekly Our Army in The Southwest

Federal soldiers at the courthouse, April 1865

Lincoln Raises the Flag

Burnside. A New Home for Independence Day

Union Army Attack on Fort Fisher - January 15, 1865

1st Battle of Winchester VIRGINIA MAP New Bern NC More 1862 Civil War Newspaper

New Bern National Cemetery

Harper's Weekly Civil War LOT of 3 Featuring North Carolina Civil War action | #1915139346

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Weekly Gazette And Free Press newspaper archives

Fort Sumter

11, 1863, from wounds received in action at Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 24, 1863, while in command of and gallantly leading his regiment in the assault on the ...

... PHOTO ARMED FULL STANDING NEW YORK COLONEL CAPTURED AT HARPERS FERRY AND SERVICE DURING GETTYSBURG: I just got this out of a New York auction last week.

The 48th had no individual share in this glory, except that the capture was effected by troops with whom our future lot was cast for four strenuous years."

The Skating Season - published January 18, 1862 - Winslow Homer (American, 1836