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Illustrations from book 'The Soldier In Our Civil War' [verso] National Park Service Panoramic view of Charleston Harbor - Advance of Ironclads to the attack. Night after the fight - The ironclads at anchor off Fort sumter.
Page of text and illustration [recto] National Park Service Seacoast operations against Charleston-brilliant dash and capture of confederate rifle pits and prisoners by the federal troops on James Island, S.C., February 9th, 1865.
Page of text, 1863 [verso] National Park Service From publication: Frank Leslie 's Illustrated Newspaper.
Text and multiple illustrations, The Soldier in our Civil War [verso] National Park Service Seized by South Carolina authorities, United States Revenue Cutter: Aiken.Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Locations of Forts and Defenses directed against Fort Sumter. The Ordnance Bureau, Charleston, South Carolina,

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