HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 7, 1863 – BRISTOE STATION/ ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND

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Vol. VII—No. 358. 16 pp. [705-720], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and stories. Front cover features dramatic depiction of “The Army of the Cumberland—A Troop Train Passing Through the Big Cut on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad.” Centerfold features and equally dramatic split level depiction of action during the October Bristoe Station Campaign—“Burning the Rappannock’s Railway Bridge, October 13, 1863”—“Straggling Soldiers crossing the Rappannock Above the Burned Bridge”—“Army of the Potomac—General Warren Repelling Heth’s Attack at Bristoe Station—Hazard’s Island Battery in the Fore-Ground.”

Exhibits mounting dots and light chipping along left cover margin. Else VG, w/flat smooth cover. Excellent collectible w/Bristoe Station coverage. In protective sleeve, w/white card backing.  [jp]

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