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HARPER'S WEEKLY -- March 12, 1864 -- Original Complete Issue -- CIVIL WAR --

Harper & Brothers

Editorial: New YorkNew York: Harper Brothers, 1864, 1864
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Engraved Cover - Disbound. Very Good. First Edition - Original Issue. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. . .**** This is an Old, Historic and Scarce Paper which has the Earmarks in Contents and Condition that could result in a Handsome increase in Value while in Your Possession **** -- This is an original, complete issue of 16 pages dated March 12, 1864 -- Vol. 8, No. 376 -- Profusely Illustrated with Wood Cut Engravings -- CIVIL WAR ISSUE -- Covers and contents are tight, nice condition -- This paper is technically referred to as a periodical, actually it is a Historical Document, recording events at the time of their occurence -- The Front cover has a full page engraving titled "Major-General William T. Sherman" -- Page 163 contains a short article which announces that the ship "Housatonic" was sunk on February 18th by a Torpedo (This was the action of the Confederate Submarine "Hunley" having been the First Submarine To Sink a Ship with a Torpedo) Great Historical Event -- Page 164 has an engraving titled "Escaping Union Officers Succored By Slaves" -- Page 165 has 3 engravings titled "Major-General Palmer", "Brigadier-General W.S. Smith", and "Bridge across the Holston at Knoxville Tennessee" -- Page 166 has an engraving titled "Map of The Campaign in East Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida" -- Pages 168 & 169 is a double page centerfold with an engraving titled "Story of the Sea, Incidents in the Life Of A Sailor", -- Page 172 has 3 engravings titled "Sanderson Florida Occupied by our Advance Before The Battle of Olustee", "Scene of the Fight at The Plank Bridge Over Big Creek at Barber's February 19, 1864" , and "Barber's House at the Ford on Big Creek Colonel Barton's Head-Quarters" -- Page 173 has 2 engravings titled "General Truman Seymour", and "Wreck of the 'Bohemian' As seen The Morning After She Sunk" -- This issue also contains a portion of the serialization of "Quite Alone" by George Augustus Sala -- Includes Foreign News of the War in Schleswig -- Many articles and editorials related to these engravings and other events at the time -- An excellent opportunity for the collector and researcher. Over one Thousand issues of Harper's Weekly Listed On ABEbooks, See all by Typing - Harper's Weekly - in the Title and Typing - The Franklin Bookstore - in the Keyword then click on Search. **** NOTE-- This issue has been stored in, and will be shipped in, an ACID FREE ARCHIVAL FOLDER with a Mylar Overlay. An Enhancement in Quality and Security when delivered to you, the paper may be removed for viewing and reading, it is shipped flat, never folded or rolled up **** ---- Historical Events Are Never More Exciting Than When You Read Them From The Day They First Occurred And Were Reported In Newspapers and Magazines ----. N° de ref. de la librería 006995

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Título: HARPER'S WEEKLY -- March 12, 1864 -- ...

Editorial: New YorkNew York: Harper Brothers, 1864

Año de publicación: 1864

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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