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Britton, Edward H. Weekly Catawba journal. [Vol. 3, no. 126 (January 7, 1862)]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC05959.28.02 Author/Creator: Britton, Edward H. Place Written: Charlotte, North Carolina Type: Newspaper Date: 7 January 1862 Pagination: 4 p. ; 55.5 x 41.2 cm

News items include Battle at Picken's Re-Opened, General Pillow Resigns at Columbus, The Attempt to Block Charleston Harbor, The Battle at Fort Pickens, Colonel McIntosh's Recent Battle, General McClellan Sick With Typhoid Fever, Federal Vessels Landing Troops at Ship Island, Mutiny in Colonel Curran Pope's Regiment, and the Contraband Question. Also includes several articles on Mason and Slidell. Varius advertisements, including one renting out slaves.

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