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Forts and fortifications, Civil War

Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
March 01, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Sumter, at Charleston, South Carolina
"OLD MR. SECESH PREFERS ANNIHILATION TO SALVATION IN THE UNION BOAT. IN HIS RAPID DESCENT HE SEES SOME AGREEABLE VISIONS."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
July 01, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Monroe, at Hampton, Virginia
"UNCLE SAM COGITATES."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
May 01, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Monroe, at Hampton, Virginia
"THE PROPOSED 'FIRST STEP TO PEACE;' OR, EXTRINSIC POLICY ENTERTAINED AT FORTRESS MONROE."


Fun
May 09, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Sumter, at Charleston, South Carolina
"HONEST ABE'S RUDDER."


Comic Monthly
February 01, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Fisher, at Wilmington, North Carolina
"LINCOLN'S VALENTINE."


Harper's Weekly
April 26, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- Donelson, Tennessee
"COMMODORE FOOTE'S GAME OF TEN PINS WITH BEAUREGARD."


Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
April 12, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- Davis, Jefferson Finis, 1808-1889, as a fort
"CASTLE LINCOLN--NO SURRENDER! FORT DAVIS--IN RUINS."


The Phunny Phellow
October 01, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Sumter at Charleston, South Carolina
"THE BIG PEACE VISIT TO JEFF."


Vanity Fair
June 27, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Lafayette, at New York City
"THE HAND-WRITING ON THE WALL."


Yankee Notions
October 01, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Sumter, at Charleston, South Carolina
"GETTING AT THE ROOT OF IT."


 

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