HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 25, 1862 - BATTLE OF SOUTH MOUNTAIN/ MARYLAND CAMPAIGN

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Vol. 6--No. 304. 16 pp. [673-688], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features full length portrait illustration of Italian patriot Garibaldi—“Garibaldi, Wounded and a Prisoner.” Interior illustrations include a host of scenes and views from “The Maryland Campaign”: “Crampton’s Gap”, “Lieut. Co. Van Vegasark leading the 20th New York”, “Flag of Truce From the Rebels”, “Boonesborough, MD, South Mountain in the Distance—Scene of Burnside’s Fight”, “Sugar Loaf Mountain, Md.”, “Middleton, MD, Near South Mountain”, “Franklin’s Division Storming Crampton’s Pass”. Plus a haunting, spectral centerfold titled: “After the Battle: The Rebels in Possession of the Field.” Plus random scenes: “Major General Buell’s Army Crossing Salt River, KY, In Pursuit of Bragg”, “The President’s Visit To the Army of the Potomac—Arrival at the Station in Frederick”, “Battery On St. John’s Bluff, Florida, Taken By Our Forces”.

Exhibits mounting dots and light chipping along left cover margin. Else VG, w/smooth flat cover. Superb Maryland Campaign issue, a must for serious Antietam and South Mountains buffs. In protective sleeve, w/white card backing.  [jp]

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