HARPERS WEEKLY FOR JULY 1ST 1865- BULL RUN MONUMENT AND LINCOLN ASSASSINATION TRIAL

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Full issue of Harper’s Weekly with a central horizontal fold line.

Front of the issue covers the dedication of one of the first Civil War monuments to be erected. It was on Henry House Hill on the Bull Run battlefield. Front cover has two nice illustrations of the dedication services with another on the inside including the 16th New York Artillery firing a salute where Rickett’s Battery was captured.

Interior also has a drawing of Lee’s destroyed headquarters at Petersburg, a full page drawing of Sherman and his generals and another full page drawing of the military commission trying the Lincoln conspirators as well as individual drawings of several of the defendants in the case.    [ad] [ph:L]

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