HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 25, 1863 – VICKSBURG, GETTYSBURG

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Vol. VII—No. 343. 16 pp. [465-480, four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features magnificent full page portrait of “Major General Ulysses S. Grant (Unconditional Surrender Grant)”, page 478. Interior illustrations include additional Vicksburg scenes: [1] “View of the Extreme Right, Showing The Mississippi River Above and Below Vicksburg,” [2] “The City of Vicksburg Before the War”, [3] “Under Fort Hill”, and [4] “Siege of Vicksburg—Blowing Up Rebel Fort Hill”. Also two panoramic Battle of Gettysburg centerfold illustrations: “Hill On The Left of The Union Position—Hazlitt’s Battery In Action”, “Union Position Near The Centre –Gettysburg In The Distance—Cemetery On The Hill.”, story on page 471.

Minor chipping to left edge; else in good condition. Fine issue commemorating the victor of Vicksburg.  [jp/ld][ph:L]

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