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Beaufort County, Tranter's Creek, N.C. "The battle of Tranter's Creek, near Washington, North Carolina, on June 5, 1862." Harper's Weekly, June 28, 1862, p. 413. Neg. 83-203. FP1-7-T77c-C582w.

Beaufort County, Washington, N.C. "Hoisting the Union flag at Washington, North Carolina." Harper's Weekly, April 19, 1862, p.252. Neg. 80-403. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96, FP3-C582w-M678.

Beaufort County, Washington, N.C. "Siege of Washington, N.C.--Effect of two shells, fired at the same, on a rebel cotton battery, opposite Washington, N.C., April 12." 1863. Frank Leslie's Illustrated newspaper, May 16, 1863, p.125. Neg. 81-342. FP1-7-W31-C582w-C18.

Beaufort County, Washington, N.C. "Shelling of rebel batteries in the woods oppos. Washington, N.C. April 16th 1863." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 16, 1863, p. 124. Neg. 80-453. FP1-7-W31-C582w-M67.

Carteret County, Beacon Island, N.C."Destruction of Fort Ocracoke on Beacon Island, at the entrance of Pamlico Sound, Sept. 17, 1861, by an expedition under command of Lieut. Eastman, of the 'Pawnee'." The New York Illustrated News, October 7, 1861, p. 361. Neg. 100-34. FP1-16-B36i-C582w.

Carteret County, Beacon Island, N.C. "Fort Ocracoke, on Beacon Island, North Carolina, destroyed by fire on the 17th ult. by the Federalists." 1861. The Illustrated London News, October 19, 1861, p. 411. Neg. 83-200. FP1-16-B36i-C582w.

Carteret County, Fort Macon, N.C. "Union pickets skirmishing with rebel pickets at the 'Chimney', the remains of an old house near Fort Macon, N.C." 1862. Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-379. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Carteret County, Fort Macon, N.C. "Bombardment of Fort Macon--10-inch battery, Captain Flagler, in action." 1862. Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-381. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Carteret County, Fort Macon, N.C. "Siege of the Fort Macon. 8th Rgt. C.V. [Connecticut volunteers] working in the mortar battery on Bogues Banks, April 20, 1862." Original painting owned by the N.C. Collection. Neg. 87-432. FP1-16-F736m.

Carteret County, Fort Macon, N.C. "Bombardment of Fort Macon." 1862. Harper's Weekly, May 17, 1862, p. 316. Neg. 81-943 (upper part). UNC-Chapel Hill Library Stacks.

Carteret County, Fort Macon, N.C. "The war in North Carolina--Surrender of Fort Macon--exterior on side facing national batteries, showing effect of shot on the glacis and walls." [April 26, 1862]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 17, 1862, p. 49. Neg. 81-884 (lower part). FP1-16-F736m.

Carteret County, Fort Macon, N.C. "The war in North Carolina--Surrender of Fort Macon--interior--lowering the rebel flag, April 26." 1862. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 17, 1862, p. 49. Neg. 81-884 (upper part). FP1-16-F736m.

Carteret County, Fort Macon, N.C. "The Fifth Rhode Island Regiment entering Fort Macon." 1862. Harper's Weekly, May 17, 1862, p. 316. Neg. 81-943 (right part). UNC-Chapel Hill Library Stacks.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "Newbern." 1862. William Momberger and George E. Perine, from Abbott's Civil War. Neg. 82-276. P1-25-N51-C582w-C18.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "Bombardment and capture of Fort Thompson, 13 guns, near Newberne, on the Neuse River, by the national gunboats of Gen. Burnside's Expedition, commanded by Com. S.C. Rowan, U.S. Navy, March 14th, 1862." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 5, 1862, p. 333. Neg. 80-406. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The war in North Carolina--Burning of the railroad bridge over the river Trent, Newberne, by rebels after the victory of General Burnside, March 14." 1862. Supplement to Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 26, 1862, p. 416. Neg. 81-891. FP1-25-N53-C582w-C18.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "Central Division of Lieut. Tillotson's naval battery of boat howitzers, under Lieut. M'Cook of the Union Coast Guard in the battle of Newberne, N.C., March 14, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-413. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The battle of Newberne--final and successful charge of the national troops under General Burnside on the rebel fortifications, their capture, and the utter rout of the rebel army." Supplement to Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 5, 1862. Neg. 81-875. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. FFP1-25-C582w-C18.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "Landing of the troops." 1862. Harper's Weekly, April 5, 1862, p. 217. Neg. 80-376. Digitized from 4 x 5 in. transparency. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "Gallant and successful bayonet charge on the rebel fortifications, near Newberne, March 14, 1862." The printed source of the NCC vault original is unknown, but this image appears under a slightly different caption in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 5, 1862, p. 324, UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks (bound with Harper's Weekly). Neg. 80-414. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The Burnside Expedition--The storming of Fort Thompson, at Newbern, North Carolina, March 14, 1862." Harper's Weekly, April 5, 1862, p. 217. Neg. 80-407. Digitized from 4 x 5 in. transparency. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The battle at Newbern--repulse of the rebels, March 14, 1863." Harper's Weekly, April 11, 1863, p. 237. Neg. 80-385. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The explosion at Fort Dixie." Harper's Weekly, April 19, 1862, p. 252. Neg. 80-405. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96, FP3-C582w-M678.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "Flight of the rebels at Newbern." Harper's Weekly, April 19, 1862, p. 252. Neg. 80-404. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96, FP3-C582w-M678.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The war in North Carolina--View of the city of Newberne, captured by the national forces under Gen. Burnside, March 14, from the railroad embankment of the opposite side of the river Neuse--passage of troops." 1962. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 26, 1862, p. 388. Neg. 81-903. FP3-C582w-M678.1.

Cumberland County, Fayetteville, N.C. Skirmish between Union soldiers under the command of H. Judson Kilpatrick and Confederate soldiers under the command of Wade Hampton at Fayetteville, March 11, 1865. Original printed source unknown. Digitized from a photographic copy. Neg. 86-756. FP1-26-F28-M345.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. Hatteras Lighthouse. "The 20th Indiana Regt. bivouacked after their march of 25 miles from . . . ." [text missing from original]. Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-431. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Bombardment of Forts Hatteras & Clark, by the U.S. Fleet, under the command of Flag Officer Silas H. Stringham, on the 28th & 29th of August 1861." Color lithograph (1861) by J.H. Bufford, Boston, from a drawing by Francis Garland. Neg. 100-64. FFFP1-28.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "View of Fort Hatteras just before the surrender--Colonel Weber's force under the walls." Harper's Weekly, September 21, 1861. Neg. 83-26. FP1-28-H36-C582w-F74.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C."The 'Monticello' shelling the rebels near Hatteras, October 5, 1861. Harper's Weekly, October 26, 1861, p. 677. Harper's Weekly, September 21, 1861. Neg. 100-83. UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Gallant exploit of Aid-De-Camp Fiske at the bombardment of Fort Hatteras." Harper's Weekly, September 21, 1861. Neg. 83-27. FP1-28-H36-C582w-F74.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C."Capture of the United States Gun-Boat "Fanny" at Chickamacomico, North Carolina by three Rebel Tug-Boats." Harper's Weekly, October 19, 1861, p. 668. Neg. 100-87. UNC-Chapel Hill library stacks.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "The battle of Roanoke Island, Saturday, February 8, 1862--decisive bayonet charge of the Ninth and Fifty-First New York Volunteers, and Twenty-First Massachusetts Volunteers, on the three-gun battery." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-388. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. FP1-28-C582w-M678, NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "The Civil War in America: Attack on the Confederate batteries at Roanoke Island by the federal gun-boats." The Illustrated London News Supplement, March 22, 1862, p. 295. Neg. 83-206. FP1-28-R62-C582w-C18.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "Charge of Hawkins's Zouaves, Roanoke Island." March 1, 1862. F.O.C. Darley and J.J. Crew, Virtue & Co., London. Neg. 83-655. P1-28-R62-C582w.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "Gallant charge of Hawkins's Zouaves upon the rebel batteries on Roanoke Island." Harper's Weekly, March 1, 1862, p. 137. Neg. 80-439. FP1-28-R62-C582w-C18.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "The Civil War in America--General Burnside's Expedition: Fort Bartow, Roanoke Island, after its capture by the federalists." The Illustrated London News Supplement, March 22, 1862, p. 295. Neg. 83-205. FP1-28-R62-C582w-C18.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "Interior of Fort Bartow during the bombardment by the national gunboats, Feb. 7, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-429. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Harnett County, Black River, N.C."Battle at Black River near Averysborough, North Carolina, March 16, 1865." Harper's Weekly, April 15, 1865, p. 229. Neg. 100-76. UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks. Digitized from 4 x 5 in. copy negative.

Johnston County, Bentonville, N.C. "Battle of Bentonsville, North Carolina, March 19--Fourteenth and Twentieth Corp engaged." 1865. Harper's Weekly, April 15, 1865, p. 237. Neg. 81-888. FP1-51-B47-C582w.

Johnston County, Bentonville, N.C. "Battle of Bentonsville, North Carolina, March 20--Fifteenth Corp engaged on the right." 1865. Harper's Weekly, April 15, 1865, p. 237. Neg. 81-887. FP1-51-B47-C582w.

Johnston County, Bentonville, N.C. "View of Bentonville, N.C., the morning after the battle. Great quantities of rosin fired by the rebels." [March 21, 1865]. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 22, 1865, p. 76. Neg. 83-207. FP1-51-B47-C582w.

Lenoir County, Kinston, N.C. "The battle of Kinston, fought 14th December, 1862." Harper's Weekly, January 10, 1863, p. 20. Neg. 80-423. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Lenoir County, Kinston, N.C. "Capture of Kinston." Rogers, Edward H. Reminiscences of the military service in the Forty-Third Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, during the great Civil War, 1862-63. Boston: Franklin Press, Rand, Avery, & Co., 1883. C970.742 R72, opp. p. 51. Neg. 83-525.

Lenoir County, Kinston, N.C. "Battle near Kinston, N.C. on the 8th of March." 1865. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 15, 1865, p. 53. Neg. 83-199. FP1-54-K56-C582w.

New Hanover County, Fort Fisher, N.C. "Landing of soldiers and sailors above Fort Fisher, January 13, 1865." Harper's Weekly, February 4, 1865, p. 65. Neg. 80-452. FP1-65-F73-C582w-C18.

New Hanover County, Fort Fisher, N.C. "The war in America: Interior of Fort Fisher, near Wilmington, during the second bombardment." 1865. The Illustrated London News, March 18, 1865, p. 249. Neg. 100-45. Cotten Collection FFP5-1-65-F73.2.

New Hanover County, Fort Fisher, N.C."The assault and capture of Fort Fisher - January 15, 1865." Harper's Weekly, February 4, 1865, pp. 72-73. Neg. 100-78. UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. copy negative.

New Hanover County, Fort Fisher, N.C. "Capture of Fort Fisher." [January 15, 1865]. Published in 1890, by Kurz and Allison, Chicago. Neg. 100-36. FFP5-1-65-F73f.1.

New Hanover County, Fort Fisher, N.C. "Explosion of powder magazine in Fort Fisher, near Wilmington, N.C., after its capture by the Federal forces, January 15." 1865. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, February 11, 1865. Neg. 97-86. FP1-65-F73-C582w-C18.

New Hanover County, Fort Fisher, N.C."150-pound Armstrong gun captured at Fort Fisher." Harper's Weekly, February 11, 1865, p. 81. Neg. 100-77. UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks.

New Hanover County, Fort Fisher, N.C."Admiral Porter's fleet celebrating the surrender of Fort Fisher." Harper's Weekly, February 4, 1865, p. 69. Neg. 100-82. UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks.

New Hanover County, Wilmington, N.C. "Gen. Schofield's army on the march for Goldsborough, March 6--rebel works in the rear of Wilmington." 1865. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 1, 1865, p. 20. Neg. 83-198. FP1-10-S72-C582w.

Washington County, Plymouth, N.C. "The attack on Fort Bateman at the capture of Plymouth, North Carolina, October 31, 1864." Harper's Weekly, December 24, 1864, p. 280. Neg. 80-446. FP1-94-P73-C582w-C18.

Wayne County, Goldsboro, N.C. "The battle of Goldsborough, fought 17th December, 1862." Harper's Weekly, January 10, 1863, p. 20. Neg. 80-424. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Wayne County, Goldsboro, N.C. "Battle of Goldsborough." [Dec. 17, 1862]. Rogers, Edward H. Reminiscences of the military service in the Forty-Third Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, during the great Civil War, 1862-63. Boston: Franklin Press, Rand, Avery, & Co., 1883. C970.742 R72, opp. p. 84. Neg. 83-596.

Wayne County, Seven Springs, N.C. "The battle of Whitehall [Seven Springs], fought 16th December, 1862." Harper's Weekly, January 10, 1863, p. 20. Neg. 80-425. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.