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The Civil War
 Harpers Weekly


Harper's Weekly and Frank Leslie's Illustrated News

All issues contain numerous woodcut engravings of battle scenes and personalities of the period suitable for framing. These are complete issues.

11140 - MAJOR ANDERSON, COMMANDER OF FORT SUMTER, SC (COVER), Harper's Weekly, January 12th, 1861, 16 pages. Full page print of the Battle of New Orleans (1815), sketches of Fort Moultrie, occupation of the Castle Pinckney by the Charleston Militia, Major Anderson enters Fort Sumter on Christmas night...............................................$35.00

71800 - LEADERS OF SECESSION IN SOUTH CAROLINA, Harpers Weekly, January 19th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: South Carolina secession leaders, the Secession Ordinance, Governor Francis Pickens, Judge Magrath, Rev. Bachman, the Charleston Zouaves, map of the forts surrounding Sumter, Charleston Harbor, Fort Johnson, Charleston harbor, steamship Star of the West, Steamship Marion seized by the State of South Carolina to be converted into a man of war, the USS Brooklyn.................................................$35.00

71801 - PRAYERS SAID AT FORT SUMTER, FIRING ON THE STAR OF THE WEST AT CHARLESTON, Harpers Weekly, January 26th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: Prayers said at Fort Sumter. Confederate batteries firing on the Star of the West from Morris Island, Anderson dismounts guns at Fort Moultrie, battery at Fort Moultrie bearing on Fort Sumter, Fort Sumter seen from the rear, the main battery at Fort Sumter bearing on Fort Moultrie, Interior of Fort Sumter. Excellent view of Fort Sumter before the attack.......................................$39.00

11141 - THE SECEDING ALABAMA DELEGATION IN CONGRESS (COVER), Harper's Weekly, February 9th, 1861, 16 pages. Nine individual pictures of the Alabama delegates, the City of Montgomery, Alabama, Harbor at Pensacola, the City of Vicksburg. Good Alabama issue, very fine...............................................$45.00

71803 - SAINT VALENTINE'S DAY 1861 [COVER], MOUNT, Harpers Weekly, February 16th, 1861, 16 pages. 10" Columbiad mounted as a mortar at Fort Sumter, the Sally port at Fort Sumter, Customhouse at New Orleans, the Mint at New Orleans seized by the State, St. Charles Hotel New Orleans, [repair on a cartoon print]...........................................$25.00

71802 - FORT PICKENS AND JEFFERSON, EVACUATION OF CIVILIANS FROM SUMTER, Harpers Weekly, February 23rd, 1861. Cover: Statue of Washington, women and children leaving Fort Sumter, Forts Pickens and Jefferson [two separate prints], map of the Northern and Southern States, Stephens and Jefferson Davis................................$30.00

11142 - LINCOLN, THE PRESIDENT ELECT, ADDRESSES THE CROWD IN NEW YORK (COVER), Harper's Weekly, March 2nd, 1861, 16 pages. Fort Moultrie, Morris Island, Fort Johnson, three views as seen from Fort Sumter, centerfold "The dreamer at Fort Moultrie", Fort Taylor, Key West Florida, LINCOLN ISSUE................................................$65.00

11143 - PRESIDENT LINCOLN HOISTING THE AMERICAN FLAG WITH 34 STARS AT INDEPENDENCE HALL IN PHILADELPHIA (COVER), Harper's Weekly, March 9th, 1861, 16 pages. Centerfold of the Capital Dome in Washington, Fort Pickens, Inauguration of President Jefferson Davis in Montgomery, LINCOLN issue.............................................$55.00

11144 - MAJOR ANDERSON'S STAFF AT FORT SUMTER (COVER), Harper's Weekly, March 23rd, 1861, 16 pages. View of the outside of Fort Sumter, Charleston, Surrender of the ex-General Twiggs to the TEXAS troops in San Antonio, Fort Brown and Lancaster, TX. The Alamo, former headquarters of General Twiggs, large portrait of Salmon Chase. Excellent early TEXAS issue.............................................$45.00

71804 - WILLIAM H. SEWARD SECRETARY OF STATE, PENSACOLA HARBOR SALUTE, FORT PICKENS, Harpers Weekly, April 6th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: Seward as Sec. of State, the flag at Fort Pickens, a salute on Washington's Birthday at Fort Pickens, Centerfold, VA views, coats of arms of the Union States........................................$25.00

71805 - CONFEDERATE, BATTERIES OPPOSITE FORT PICKENS, Harpers Weekly, April 20th, 1861, 16 pages. Commander Dahlgren and the Dahlgren gun, centerfold, the United States Fleet off Fort Pickens, Washington Navy Yard.........................................$30.00

71806 - THE BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER, TROOPS MARCHING TO WAR, Harpers Weekly, May 4th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: a view from the rooftops at Charleston of Fort Sumter being bombarded, Massachusetts Regiments embarking for Washington, first blood, the 6th Mass. fighting their way through Baltimore, transport steamers leave NY for Washington, the Heroes of Fort Sumter, Anderson and his staff, great Fort Sumter issue...............................................................$45.00

71807 - THE RHODE ISLAND ARTILLERY LANDING FROM THE STEAMER BIENVILLE, COLONEL ELLSWORTH OF THE FIRE ZOUAVES, WILSON'S FIGHTING BRIGADE, FORT PICKENS REINFORCED, Harpers Weekly, May 18th, 1861, 16 pages. Battery at Fort Sumter, Rifled cannon that was fired at Fort Sumter, reinforcements of Fort Pickens by the 1st Artillery April 13th, disembarking troops from the Brooklyn, raising the star and bars in Baltimore.................................................$35.00

71809 - MAJOR GENERAL BENJAMIN BUTLER [COVER] THE CABINET OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, Harpers Weekly, June 1st, 1861, 16 pages. Fort Pulaski on the Savannah River, the Confederate Cabinet, views of the City of Montgomery, AL, the military occupation of Baltimore, quarters of the 69th Irish Regiment, US Volunteers attacked by a mob in Baltimore, map of Cairo City [Illinois]...........................................$35.00

71812 - VIRGINIA CONVENTION, WHEELING, OHIO COUNTY, Harpers Weekly, June 6th, 1861, 16 pages. View of Jefferson City, MO, map of the area, landing of troops at Jefferson City, birds-eye view of the Mississippi River [map], the Battle of Romney, centerfold, grand review of McClellan's Corps, the Battle of Philippi, Tennessee Riflemen entering Winchester on the way to join the Virginia army, Harpers Ferry evacuated by Confederate troops, Battle of Williamsport, MD, a destruction of the Railroad bridge at Harpers Ferry...........................$40.00

11145 - COLONEL DURYEE AND HIS FIFTH REGIMENT NYV (COVER), Harper's Weekly, June 8th, 1861, 14 pages. The Late Colonel Brownell, Francis Brownell, Camp of Ellsworth's Zouaves, centerfold, birds eye view of Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and North Carolina, Garibaldi Zouaves, Sickles Excelsior Brigade. Good issue..................................$39.00

71811 - MAKING HAVELOCKS FOR THE VOLUNTEERS [COVER], REBEL TROOPS ARRIVING FROM MARTINSBURG, Harpers Weekly, June 29th, 1861, 16 pages. Women making havelocks for the Volunteers, the Leesburg bridge over the Potomac, Confederate troops arriving and departing from Martinsburg, VA, camp of the Vermont regiment, Newport News, Camp of the 1st Regiment, New York Volunteers near Fortress Monroe, charge of Duryee's Volunteers at Big Bethel, the Battle of Big Bethel, troops landing at Cairo, batteries on the Ohio levee, our Army of the Potomac............................................$35.00

71813 - BATTLE OF BOONSVILLE, MISSOURI, NATHANIEL LYON, Harpers Weekly, July 13th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: Battle of Boonville, MO, LINCOLN and his Cabinet, Fort McHenry in Baltimore, the treatment of Volunteers in Philadelphia, A SLAVE AUCTION IN NEW ORLEANS, General John C. Fremont on horseback, Beauregard's camp of Confederate troops at White Springs, VA...........................................$35.00

71814 - GENERAL LYON AND HIS COMMAND BOONVILLE, MISSOURI, THE BATTLE OF RICH MOUNTAIN, VA, ZOUAVES AT FORT PICKENS, Harpers Weekly, July 27th, 1861, 16 pages. Wilson's Fire Zouaves at Fort Pickens, the charge at Rich Mountain, General Lyon at Boonville, Missouri, Louisiana Zouaves as prisoners at Fortress Monroe, centerfold, Stony Point, Battle of Hoke's Run, a balloon's view of Washington...................................$35.00

71815 - THE DEATH OF THE REBEL GENERAL GARNETT AT LAUREL HILL, THE CHARGE AT THE BATTLE OF BULLS RUN, Harpers Weekly, August 3rd, 1861, 16 pages. Death of General Garnett at Laurel Hill [cover], the Battle of Carthage, Missouri, fist Confederate Brigade at Winchester, VA, Centerfold, THE BATTLE OF BULLS RUN, HUNTER'S CHARGE, Battle at Sandy Hook, Artillery at Bulls Run, 2nd Missouri Wildcats marching in Winchester on their way to Bunker Hill, VA. Excellent Bulls Run issue........$45.00

71816 - CHARGE OF THE BLACK HORSE CAVALRY AT BULLS RUN, INFANTRY CHARGE AT BULLS RUN, Harpers Weekly, August 10th, 1861, 16 pages. Retreat of the Union troops at Bulls Run by moonlight, charge of the Black Horse Cavalry upon the Five Zouaves at Bulls Run, carrying the wounded at Bulls Run, silencing the enemy's batteries at Bulls Run, Centerfold: The Battle of Bulls Run, July 21st, 1861, balloon view of Fortress Monroe, charge of the 69th NY at Bulls Run. Excellent Bulls Run issue.........................$45.00

71817 - WOUNDED ZOUAVE IN A WASHINGTON HOSPITAL, FIVE ZOUAVES, Harpers Weekly, August 17th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: Zouave wounded at Bulls Run in a Washington hospital, rescue of Colonel Smith at Monroe, Missouri, five Zouave in Washington tells of Bulls Run, Centerfold, uniforms of the Confederate Army, Rebels bayoneting the wounded at Bulls Run, stampede of slaves from Hampton, VA to Fortress Monroe......................$35.00

11146 - LINCOLN RECEIVES NAPOLEON III (COVER), Harper's Weekly, August 24th, 1861, 16 pages. McClellan and his staff, cavalry charge at Dug River, MO, Iowa encampment, centerfold, the US FRIGATE ST. LAWRENCE sinks the REBEL PRIVATEER PETREL at sea, batteries near Washington...............................................$40.00

11147 - GENERAL LYON ON HORSEBACK AT THE BATTLE OF SPRINGFIELD, MO (COVER), Harper's Weekly, August 31st, 1861, 16 pages. Scott and his Generals, General Siegel forcing prisoners to move artillery at the Battle of Springfield, burning of Hampton, VA, construction of a gunboat, centerfold Uniforms of the US Volunteers and Militia, Camp Dennison, OH, Fremont's flotilla departing, Mississippians practicing with the Bowie knife, 1st Maryland playing football...................................................$39.00

71818 - A FEMALE REBEL IN BALTIMORE, Harpers Weekly, September 7th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: Female Rebel with her dress like the Confederate Stars and bars [pattern], preparing for the blockade of Southern ports, recruiting in New York, map of the seat of War in the west, marketplace at Winchester, US gunboats on the Mississippi, 2nd Fire Zouaves of New York........................................................$30.00

71819 - THE ARMY FORGE, [COVER] FREMONT IN MISSOURI, IOWA CAVALRY LEAVE FOR WAR, Harpers Weekly, September 21st, 1861, 16 pages. Manufacturing muskets at the Springfield armory, Iowa Volunteers and Cavalry leave for War, HUGE, centerfold of General McClellan on horseback, Camp Blood Pilot Knob, Missouri, Fremont at St. Louis.................................................$30.00

71820 - THE NEW HAMPSHIRE SHARPSHOOTERS [COVER], Harpers Weekly, October 5th, 1861, 16 pages. Recruiting for the Confederate Army Woodstock, VA, Rebel prisoners in the state house Jefferson City, MO, Rebel shooting at a Rebel picket post near Jefferson City, MO, ascent of Gauley Mountain in Western VA, presentation of a flag to Kentucky Volunteers near Cynthiana, [minor edge repair at border].....................................$25.00

71821 - THE BURNING OF THE PRIVATEER JUDITH AT PENSACOLA, GENERAL STURGIS AND PRICE, Harpers Weekly, October 12th, 1861. Cover: Sturgis and Price, scene at Pensacola burning the "Judith", Fremont at Camp Benton, charge of the Irish Regiment at Lexington, MO, the burning of the Pensacola Dry dock, building pontoons for use on the Mississippi, building of the gunboat New Era, centerfold, OUR GENERALS, superb print of numerous Union generals on horseback, the Battle of Lexington, MO......................$35.00

71822 - EX GOVERNOR JACKSON ADDRESSING COLONEL MULLIGAN'S TROOPS AFTER THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON, MO, Harpers Weekly, October 19th, 1861, 16 pages. An Alabama regiment marching through Richmond, Ex Governor Jackson addressing Mulligan's troops after the battle of Lexington, two extensive maps of the war in Missouri and Kentucky, view of Jefferson City, Missouri, the 9th Missouri boarding steamboats for Lexington. Good Missouri issue...................................................$35.00

71823 - A NIGHT RECONNOISSANCE ON THE POTOMAC, CAVALRY REVIEW AT WASHINGTON, LOWE'S BALLOON, Harpers Weekly, October 26th, 1861, 16 pages. Fremont's camp near Jefferson, MO, Lowe's balloon reconnaissance, Wilson's Zouaves Santa Rosa Island, centerfold, merchant streamers converted into gunboats, the War in Kentucky about Paducah, the Great Eastern during a gale, maps of the South Carolina and Georgia coasts, cartoon, Jeff Davis looking like death reaping the harvest of bodies.....................$30.00

71824 - THE REBEL STEAMER MERRIMAC, Harpers Weekly, November 2nd, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: The Rebel steamer Merrimac, Henrico County, Jail, Richmond, the late General Baker, the Army of the Potomac on picket, the great fleet, shipping horses on ships, War scenes near Washington, Submarine internal machine meant to destroy the Minnesota, great cartoon of Jeff Davis looking into a whisky glass full of Union ships............................$28.00

71825 - ATTACK ON THE 6TH REGIMENT AT SANTA ROSA ISLAND, Harpers Weekly, October 9th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: attack on Santa Rosa Island, huge double foldout map of the South in two large sections for display, the great naval expedition leaving Annapolis, one of the few Harpers Weekly large foldouts...........................................$35.00

11148 - LINCOLN AND HIS STAFF MEET WITH GENERAL SCOTT (COVER), Harper's Weekly, November 16th, 1861, 16 pages. Sherman meets with Generals on the Great expedition. Soldiers searching for arms in a house in Maryland, Fremont's brilliant charge in Springfield, Siegel crosses the Osage in Missouri, slave-hunters expelled from the Camp of the 22nd Illinois at Bird's Point, MO. LINCOLN ISSUE.............................................$49.00

71826 - GENERAL HENRY HALLECK, HILTON HEAD, EXPEDITION TO BEAUFORT, Harpers Weekly, November 30th, 1861, 16 pages. Cover: General Henry Halleck, shells and their manufacture, Fort Albany near Alexandria, VA, Centerfold, the bombardment of Forts Walker and Beauregard, Port Royal, map of the seacoast of South Carolina, Mason and Slidell taken off the British steamer TRENT................................................$30.00

71827 - VIEW OF FORT WARREN, BOSTON HARBOR, BATTLE OF BELMONT, CHARGE OF THE 22ND ILLINOIS, Harpers Weekly, December 7th, 1861, 16 pages. The 22nd Illinois behind its Colonel charges at Belmont, several views at Hilton Head....................$32.00

71828 - A GREAT CHART MAP OF GEORGIA, SLAVES IN EACH COUNTY NOTED, Harpers Weekly, December 14th, 1861, 16 pages. Front page map of the state of Georgia by county showing the percentage of slaves in each county, scenes of Beaufort and Hilton Head, Professor Lowe making an assent near Vienna, VA, centerfold, scenes around Fort Pickens, scenes around Tybee Island, GA...................................................$45.00

11149 - GEORGIA-STATE COUNTY MAP SHOWING PERCENTAGE OF SLAVES IN EACH COUNTY (COVER), Harper's Weekly, December 14th, 1861, 16 pages. Scences around Beaufort, SC, Professor Lowe testing one of his balloons, centerfold multi-views of scenes around Fort Pickens, scenes along the Georgia coast (Tybee). Very good.......................$35.00

111410 - CHRISTMAS IN CAMP BY HOMER (COVER), Harper's Weekly, January 4th, 1862, 16 pages. View of Ship Island, view of Savannah and approaches, centerfold of Washington and all camps and railroads surrounding the City, Burnside expedition leaving port. Light tan tone, sharp and crisp paper..............................................$49.00

111411 - THE REBEL STEAMER NASHVILLE RUNNING THE BLOCKADE AT BEAUFORT (COVER), Harper's Weekly, April 5th, 1862, 16 pages. View of the bombardment of the mortar fleet at Island #10, birds eye view of the Mississippi River from Tennessee to the Gulf, Camp Douglas with Rebel prisoners, Burnside Expedition, storming of Fort Thompson at Newbern, deck of the ironclad steamer GALENA........................................$45.00

111413 - HALLECK IN THE FIELD (COVER) SHILOH EDITION, Harper's Weekly, April 26th, 1862, 16 pages. Big Bethel and its fortifications, the first days at Yorktown (naval attack), map of the western areas showing positions at CORINTH, superb centerfold THE BATTLE OF SHILOH, naval attacks showing Island #10, half page view of Fredericksburg................$55.00

111414 - REBELS OUTSIDE OF THEIR WORKS AT YORKTOWN, PRE-CAPTURE OF NEW ORLEANS ISSUE, Harper's Weekly, May 17th, 1862, 16 pages. Union cavalry in pursuit at Yorktown, charge of the 1st Mass. near Yorktown, full page map of the war in Virginia, Farragut's flagship, THE HARTFORD, in the Mississippi, superb centerfold of Farragut's squadron and Captain Porter's mortar entering the Mississippi River.............................$49.00

111415 - THE FLAGSHIP HARTFORD ATTACKED BY THE REBEL RAM MANASSAS IN THE MISSISSIPPI (COVER), Harper's Weekly, June 14th, 1862, 16 pages. Feeding Negro children at Hilton Head, HOMER CENTERFOLD--NEWS FROM THE WAR, the starving people of New Orleans. Beautiful Winslow Homer print.....................................$65.00

111416 - CORINTH, MS THREE VIEWS (COVER), Harper's Weekly, June 21st, 1862, 16 pages. Advance guard of Pope entering Corinth, Army of the Potomac. Rebels evacuating Mechanicsville, our Pickets at Corinth, Pope's troops throw up a magazine at Corinth, centerfold--Army of the Potomac at Camp on the Cumberland River, charge of Sickles Brigade at the Battle of Fair Oaks, Battle of Hanover Court House.................................$55.00

111417 - RESCUE OF A WOUNDED OFFICER FROM A BAND OF GUERILLAS (COVER), Harper's Weekly, December 12th, 1863, 16 pages. Bridge over Bull Run, excellent view of Stevenson, AL, couriers of the Army of the Cumberland, Rev. R.M. Turner, Chaplain of the 1st US Colored troops, great map of the area from Chattanooga to Charleston.................................$25.00

111418 - THE CANAL AT VICKSBURG, CUTTING AWAY THE DAM AT THE VICKSBURG CANAL (COVER), Harper's Weekly, April 4th, 1863, 16 pages. Sunset on the Yazoo River, a Union scout in the Southwest, map of Port Hudson, LA and Bayou Sara, LA, Rebel confiscated horses in New Orleans......................................$35.00

111419 - THE IRONCLAD WEEHAWKEN FIRING ON FORT SUMTER (COVER), Leslie's Illustrated News, May 2nd, 1863, 16 pages. Attack of the ironclads on the Charleston forts, a triple sheet print that was intended to be spliced together (minor tear), detailed views of the ironclad fleet off Charleston. Two pages have tears that have no prints, repairable. Selling issue for the jumbo centerfold......................................$25.00

111420 - SKIRMISHING NEAR VICKSBURG (COVER), Leslie's Illustrated News, June 10th, 1863, 16 pages. Views of Charleston, centerfold Siege at VICKSBURG, sinking of a blockade runner off Charleston. Fine............................................$34.00

111421 - HANGING OF TWO REBEL SPIES JUNE 9TH, 1863 (COVER), Harper's Weekly, July 4th, 1863, 16 pages. Union works before Vicksburg, building Vicksburg entrenchments, centerfold Buford's Cavalry attacks at Beverly Ford on the Rappahannock, Battle at Milliken's Bend, LA.................................................................$35.00

111422 - A TORPEDO EXPLODED THE COMMODORE BARNEY ON THE JAMES RIVER (COVER), Leslie's Illustrated News, August 29th, 1863, 16 pages. Battle of Honey Springs, AR, the North and South views of Morris Isle. Trifle edge nicks, separated at seam................................................................$20.00

111423 - THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON -- ATTACK ON BATTERY GREGG BY BOAT (COVER), Harper's Weekly, October 3rd, 1863, 16 pages. Troops storming Fort Wagner, soldiers exploding torpedoes, explosion of magazine on Fort Moultrie, Map of Rosecrans' operations in Tennessee and Georgia, centerfold Buford attacking the enemy at Raccoon Ford, Custer charging up the hill. Crisp paper.....................................$35.00

111424 - SECESH WOMEN ON HORSEBACK COMING FOR PROVISIONS -- WAR ON THE MISSISSIPPI (COVER), Leslie's Illustrated News, October 10th, 1863, Siege of Charleston -- Sullivan's Island and Morris Island, War in Texas -- attack on gunboats on the Sabine River. Issue never cut apart, mild tone at edge......................................$32.00

111425 - GENERAL GRANT CROSSES THE CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINS (COVER), Harper's Weekly, February 20th, 1864. Negro sentinels. St. Valentine's Day 1864, the destruction of the Colt Armory, a new Rebel RAM at Mobile..................................$28.00

111426 - COLONEL ULRIC DAHLGREN (COVER), Harper's Weekly, March 26th, 1864. Colonel Dahlgren is ambushed and killed, Lincoln gives Grant  Lt. General Commission, centerfold CUSTER moves across the Rapidan, views of Mobile, Governor Michael Hahn of Louisiana. Excellent issue..........................................$45.00

111427 - HARRY DAVIS CAPTURED THE BATTLE FLAG OF THE 13TH LA FROM THE DYING FLAG BEARER (COVER), Harper's Weekly, September 17th, 1864, 16 pages. Farragut's Fleet bombarding Fort Morgan, Admiral Farragut in dress uniform, view of Petersburg from the North, map of the Eastern US, centerfold McClellan and horse, Grant's headquarters on Weldon RR, Fort Hell. Minor blems..............................................$30.00

111428 - JOHN HUNT MORGAN (COVER), Harper's Weekly, September 24th, 1864. Grant's men in the trenches at Petersburg, Fort Morgan after the surrender, damage to the Brooklyn after the battle of August 5th, 1864. Map of Fort Morgan, centerfold NAST "Blessings of Victory". One page torn affecting one minor print. Great MOBILE ISSUE......................$35.00

111429 - CAVALRY OFFICERS ON HORSEBACK OBSERVING MOVEMENTS (COVER), Harper's Weekly, October 29th, 1864, 16 pages. Headquarters of the Army of the James, Rebel prisoners, Battle of Darbytown Road, view of Mobile and the Federal fleet in the Bay, Richmond refugees on board a Federal boat, blowing up of the NASHVILLE. Nice issue...............................$28.00

111430 - GENERAL CUSTER PRESENTING CAPTURED REBEL FLAGS TO THE WAR DEPT. (COVER), Harper's Weekly, November 12th, 1864, 16 pages. Stanton and Fessenden at Petersburg, Centerfold--Election Day 1864, Butler's headquarters Army of the James, General Rickets, Bidwell, Grover, and Lowell. Minor blems, scarce Custer cover...........................$45.00

111431 - THE FALL OF FORT FISHER (COVER), Leslie Illustrated News, February 4th, 1865, 16 pages. Storming Fort Fisher, advance of the skirmishers on Fort Fisher, centerfold of the 1st Assault on Fort Fisher, planting the flag, view along the Savannah River. Exceptional Fort Fisher issue, very fine.......................................$49.00

111432 - UNION ARTILLERY BEFORE PETERSBURG, IRONCLAD FLEET FORCING OBSTRUCTIONS ON THE JAMES RIVER (COVER), Harper's Weekly, February 11th, 1865, 16 pages. Burning of the Smithsonian, Virginians drawing rations from the Federal Commissary, centerfold--SHERMAN reviewing his army at Savannah, Rebel women leaving Savannah by ship (2). Fine.........................................$35.00

111433 - DECOYING A BLOCKADE RUNNER NEAR FORT FISHER (COVER), Leslie's Illustrated News, March 4th, 1865, 16 pages. Scenes in and around Fort Fisher, US troops capture rifle pits near Charleston, Union fortifications near Fort Fisher, view of Smithville, NC, gunboats advancing on Charleston. Very fine, scarce Leslie's edition..........................................$45.00

111434 - BIRTHPLACE OF GRANT (COVER), Harper's Weekly, November 25th, 1865, 16 pages. Early Oil Wells in PA, THE CHAMPION NINE, ATLANTIC BASEBALL TEAM OF BROOKLYN, NY, Professor Lowe's Balloons, The execution of Captain Henry Wirz. Excellent late issue...........................................................$40.00

71500 - SHERMAN'S MARCH THROUGH GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA, Harpers Weekly, January 7th, 1865. The 107th NY raising the flag at Milledgeville, GA. The 14th and 20th Army Corps leaving Atlanta, the 20th Corps at Milledgeville, GA, and Madison, GA, the 17th Corps crossing the Ogechee River, Wheeler's Cavalry being driven out of Sandersville, GA. The prison pen at Milton, GA, Kilpatrick's Cavalry at Marietta, GA, Sherman and his staff before Savannah, capture of the "Resulte" on the Savannah River.............................$45.00

71501 - SAVANNAH CAPTURED ALONG WITH FORT MCALLISTER, Harpers Weekly, January 14th, 1865. Fort McAllister's ordnance stores captured, General Hazen storming Fort McAllister, Sherman entering Savannah, a map of Wilmington and its defenses, Kilpatrick's last charge at Waynebough, GA, the charge of the 3rd Brigade, Battle of Nashville, released prisoners at Charleston................................................$45.00

71502 - SAVANNAH CAPTURED, Harpers Weekly, January 21st, 1865. Butler's canal at Dutch Gap, the Union Army enters Savannah, Commander Porter, view of a captured Savannah, GA......................................$35.00

71503 - SHERMAN CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS IN SAVANNAH, Harpers Weekly, January 28th, 1865, 16 pages. Naval print "Between the Decks", Sherman in Atlanta, Sherman celebrates Christmas in Savannah, centerfold, the fleet landing at Federal Point, Butler's Army of the James, General Slocum print..............................................$35.00

71504 - THE CAPTURE OF FORT FISHER, Harpers Weekly, February 4th, 1865, 16 pages. General Alfred Terry [cover], the landing of troops and assault on Fort Fisher, the Army of the Potomac receives news of the capture of Fort Fisher, Admiral Porter's fleet at Fort Fisher, centerfold, the Assault and capture of Fort Fisher, the destruction of the Rebel Ram Savannah on the eve of the occupation of Savannah, Kilpatrick's Headquarters at Savannah.........$45.00

71506 - MILITARY PRISONS AT CHARLESTON, FORREST AND BRECKENRIDGE, Harpers Weekly, February 18th, 1865, 16 pages. Vignetts prints of A. H. Stephens, RMT Hunter, N. B. Forrest, and Breckenridge, the spot where McPherson fell, Eastport, MS, Thomas' headquarters, a military execution at City Point, VA........................................$30.00

71507 - BEFORE PETERSBURG, VA, Harpers Weekly, February 25th, 1865, 16 pages. View before Petersburg print "Home Again", telling the story to family of his life in a Rebel Prison, Negro quarters in the Army of the James, John R. Rock, Negro lawyer of fame during the War.........................................................$35.00

71508 - SHERMAN'S MARCH THROUGH SOUTH CAROLINA, Harpers Weekly, March 4th, 1865, 16 pages. Sherman's march through South Carolina, the road at the Swamp Crossing, Camp Ford, Texas, the "Pontiac" down the Savannah River, the Charleston & Savannah Railroad through the swamps, centerfold FORT SUMTER and Charleston Harbor, Sherman marches through South Carolina, the burning of McPhersonville, the bombardment of Fort Sumter, the advance from McPhersonville, SC.......................................$39.00

71509 - BEFORE PETERSBURG, Harpers Weekly, March 11th, 1865, 16 pages. Cover: Before the City of Petersburg, the issuing of rations of whisky and quinine, Admiral Porter's fleet removing torpedoes in the Cape Fear River, a view of Petersburg from the Signal Station, Petersburg field Hospital, operating room, and hospital ward, Harpers Ferry views, the Great Eastern laying Atlanta cable....................................................$39.00

71510 - SHERIDAN MOVING IN THE VALLEY, Harpers Weekly, March 25th, 1865, 16 pages. Cover: Secretary of the Treasury McCulloch, Phil Sheridan moving in the Valley, Chapel of the Christian Commission.............................................$25.00

71511 - SHERMAN ENTERS COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, COLUMBIA IN RUINS, Harpers Weekly, April 1st, 1865, 16 pages. Sherman enters the ruined city of Columbia, SC, the 20th Corps enters Blocks Ville, SC, the 14th Corps crossing the Catawba River at Rocky Hill, SC, General Mower firing a Blakely gun across the Pedee River, three large scenes of Columbia, SC the morning after the fire, Kilpatrick recaptures his headquarters, Negro recruits in Charleston, Hilton Head docks, recruits from Charleston, excellent Columbia, SC issue............................................................$45.00

71512 - RAISING THE STARS AND BARS IN COLUMBIA, SC, COLUMBIA BURNED, Harpers Weekly, April 8th, 1865, 16 pages. Raising the US flag in Columbia, SC, ruins of the Norfolk Navy Yard, the charge of Weaver's Brigade at Salkehatchie, SC, the burning of Columbia, SC, [small tape repair on one minor print]..........................................$30.00

71513 - SHERMAN AND LOGAN MOVE IN SOUTH CAROLINA, Harpers Weekly, April 15th, 1865, 16 pages. Cover: General Canby, Grant at City Point, Sherman and his staff, Logan's Corps crossing the Saluda River, centerfold, charge of the 9th Army at Fort Steadman, a Rebel attack at Fort Steadman, the Battle of Bentonville, [some old stamp hinge repairs, not obtrusive]................................................$25.00

71514 - THE FINAL SURRENDER OF RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG, Harpers Weekly, April 22nd, 1865, 16 pages. Cover, Cavalry Charge at Five Forks, Sheridan at Five Forks, Action before Petersburg, the Union Army entering Petersburg, Centerfold, Union Army entering RICHMOND, the Capture of Petersburg, ruins in the streets of Petersburg, view of destroyed Richmond............................................$45.00

71515 - SHERIDAN AND HIS GENERALS, MOBILE, Harpers Weekly, June 24th, 1865, 16 pages. Cover: Grant greets General Scott, when Johnny comes marching home, Sheridan and his Generals, centerfold, Our Arms Victorious by Thomas Nast, Conflagration in Mobile. Very fine...........................................................$25.00

71516 - THE RUINS OF CHARLESTON, PRISON CELL OF THE CONSPIRATORS, Harpers Weekly, July 18th, 1865, 16 pages. The 4th of July 1865, the Ruins in Charleston, Paroled Rebel prisoners at Charleston, view of the prison cells at the old Capital Prison where the conspirators were held.....................................................$28.00

71517 - GRANT AND HIS STAFF, HOLIDAY IN CAMP PLAYING FOOTBALL BY WISLOW HOMER, Harpers Weekly, July 15th, 1865, 16 pages. Cover "Rustic Courtship", Grant and his Staff, centerfold the US Cavalry opposite Washington, Holiday in camp by Winslow Homer..................................................$39.00


The following are Individual Prints from Harper's and Leslie's that have been beautifully hand-tinted for framing - attractively colored

(These sell for twice as much in print shops)

111435 - SHERMAN'S ADVANCE NEAR MARIETTA, GA, Harper's Weekly, July 30th, 1864, 11"X16" print, hand-colored with Sherman riding behind his advancing troops...............$35.00

111436 - SCENE NEAR TRENT'S HOUSE, MCCLELLAN FORMER HEADQUARTERS, Harper's Weekly, August 16th, 1862, 11"X16" print, troops advancing, artillery, hand-colored............................................................$25.00

111437 - THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC ARRIVES AT YORKTOWN, ZOUAVES LEADS THE WAY, Harper's Weekly, September 6th, 1862, 11"X16" print, ships in the background. Zouaves with their red baggy pants lead the march, hand-colored...................................$35.00

111438 - THE BATTLE OF BATON ROUGE, LA, Harper's Weekly, September 6th, 1862, 11"X16" print, a view from the camp of an Indiana regiment, Union troops storming the Rebel lines, hand-colored.............................................$35.00

111439 - GRANT'S CAMPAIGN, CHARGE OF THE 5TH CORPS AT PEEBLES'S FARM, Harper's Weekly, October 22, 1864, 11"X16" print, Union troops advancing proudly carrying flag of the 5th Corps, hand-colored and attractive...........................................$35.00


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