THE NEW YORK HERALD, SEPTEMBER 12, 1863 [LITTLE ROCK & CHARLESTON]

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8pp, 22 x15.5, six columns. Front page features large centered map: “Important Military Operations in Arkansas. Occupation of Little Rock—Scene of the Double Movement of the Union Forces Under Steele & Blunt”. Large map, page three: “Our Success On Morris Island [Charleston]. The Batteries, Parallels, and Saps of General Gilmore , which Destroyed Fort Sumter and Capture Forts Wagner and Gregg.” Accompanied by the following headlines: “Sickening Scenes in Fort Wagner”, “Our Troops Ordered Out”. Exhibits slight soiling along upper margin, center fold-line. Else VG. Solid CW newspaper battle coverage.

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