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The first Mississippi Negro cavalry bringing into Vicksburg Confederate prisoners captured at Haines's Bluff.

Image ID: 812638

The first Mississippi Negro cavalry bringing into Vicksburg Confederate prisoners captured at Haines's Bluff.  [1st Mississippi Negro cavalry bringing into Vicksburg Confed...] (1893)

Image Details

Image Title

:  The first Mississippi Negro cavalry bringing into Vicksburg Confederate prisoners captured at Haines's Bluff.

Alternate Title

: 1st Mississippi Negro cavalry bringing into Vicksburg Confederate prisoners captured at Haines's Bluff.

Creator

: Schell, Frederic B. -- Illustrator

Published Date

: 1893

Specific Material Type

: Prints

Item Physical Description

: 1 print : b&w ; 24 x 23 cm. (9 1/2 x 9 in.)

Notes

: Printed on border: "From a sketch by F. B. Schell."

Original Source

: From The soldier in our Civil War : a pictorial history of the conflict 1861-1865, illustrating the valor of the soldiers as displayed on the battle field. (New York : Stanley Bradley, 1893) Leslie, Frank (1821-1880), Author.

Source

: Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection / African-American history -- 1860s

Source Description

: 2 folders (65 pictures)

Location

: Mid-Manhattan Library / Picture Collection

Catalog Call Number

: PC AFRA-H-186

Digital ID

: 812638

Record ID

: 722308

Digital Item Published

: 4-28-2009; updated 3-25-2011

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