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"Loss of the 'Monitor'--gallant attempt of the officers and crew of the United States steamer 'Rhode Island' to rescue the crew of the 'Monitor' off Cape Hatteras, at midnight, December 30, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-438. FP1-28-C582w-M678.

"The wreck of the iron-clad 'Monitor.'" Harper's Weekly, January 24, 1863, p. 60. Neg. 100-85. UNC-Chapel Hill library stacks.

Beaufort County, N.C. "Blowing up obstructions in Pamlico Sound." Harper's Weekly, April 19, 1862, p. 252. Neg. 80-402. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Beaufort County, Washington, N.C. "The steamer 'Escort' running the rebel batteries near Washington, North Carolina." Harper's Weekly, May 9, 1863, p. 301. Neg. 80-430. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Brunswick County, Southport, N.C. "Reinforcements for Terry's and Schofield's armies landing at Smithville [Southport], N.C., preparatory to marching to Wilmington." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 1, 1865, p. 20. Neg. 83-195. FP1-10-S72-C582w.

Carteret County, Beaufort, N.C. "Departure of the great southern expedition from Beaufort, North Carolina." 1863. Harper's Weekly, February 21, 1863, p. 117. Neg. 80-461. FP1-16-B37-C582w-N31.1

Carteret County, Core Sound, N.C. "Removing sunken schooners from Core Sound (placed by the rebels to obstruct the passage of the federal gunboats), under the superintendence of Capt. Hayden, of the New York submarine engineering company." 1862. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 5, 1862. Neg. 80-434. FP3-C582w-M678.1.

Carteret County, Fort Macon, N.C. "The national naval flotilla co-operating with land forces in the attack on Fort Macon, April 20, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-380. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The fleet ascending the Neuse River." 1862. Harper's Weekly, April 5, 1862, p. 217. Neg. 80-408. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "Landing of National troops under General Burnside at the mouth of Slocum's Creek, Neuse River, 15 miles below Newberne, on their way to attack that city." 1862. Supplement to Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 5, 1862, p. 340. Neg. 80-415. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. FFP1-25-N53-C582w-F74, NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The Burnside Expedition--Troops landing below the rebel forts near Newberne, North Carolina." 1862. Harper's Weekly, April 12, 1862, p. 229. Neg. 81-337 (upper part). FP1-25-N53-C582w-N31.2.

Craven County, New Bern, N.C. "The Burnside Expedition--Bombardment of Newbern, North Carolina." 1862. Harper's Weekly, April 12, 1862, p. 229. Neg. 81-337 (lower part). FP1-25-N53-C582w-N31.2.

Dare County, N.C. "Obstructions placed by the rebels in the Croatan Sound--sunken vessels and chevaux de frise." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-419. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, N.C. "The national fleet passing through the marshes between Croatan and Pamlico Sounds." 1862. Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-418. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Croatan Sound, N.C. "Burning of the rebel gunboat 'Curlew', off Fort Forrest, Feb. 7, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-428. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Capture of the propeller 'Fanny' in Pamlico Sound by three Confederate steamers while conveying men and stores to the Twentieth Indiana Regiment." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-463. FP1-28-P18-C582w-N31.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Bombardment & capture of the forts at Hatteras Inlet, N.C. by the U.S. Fleet under Commodore Stringham and the Forces under Gen. Butler, Aug. 27, 1861." Lithograph by Currier and Ives. Neg. 86-688. Collection 5.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Bombardment of Fort Hatteras, North Carolina, on Wednesday, August 29, 1861, by the federal fleet under Commodore Stringham, U.S.N." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-382. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "The United States steamer 'Monticello' shelling rebel troops at Chicamacomico on their return from an unsuccessful attempt to cut off the retreat of the 20th Indiana Regiment towards Hatteras Lighthouse, October 5, 1861." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-433. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Wreck of the screw steamer New York on Hatteras Island, Jan. 13, 1862." [Caption on image is incorrect]. Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-389. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "The steamer Pocahontas, laden with horses for the expedition, wrecked off Hatteras Island, Jan. 13, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-387. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "The fleet and transports off Hatteras during the storm--the General [Burnside] giving orders." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-416. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "The death of Colonel J.W. Allen, surgeon Weller and the Second Mate of the Ann E. Thompson, Jan. 15, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-391. FP1-28-C582w-M678, NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Burying bodies of Col. Allen, surgeon Weller and Second Mate." [Crew members of the 'Ann E. Thompson,' wrecked on Jan. 15, 1862. Caption on image is incorrect.]. Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-390. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "General view of Pamlico Sound and the vessels of the Burnside Expedition, off Hatteras Inlet, after the great storm of January 17, showing the wrecks of the vessels lost, Fort Hatteras, etc." 1862. Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-392. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "The Burnside Expedition--arrival of the naval and military expedition to North Carolina, under Commodore Goldsborough and General Burnside, at Hatteras Inlet, N.C., Jan. 17, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-417. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Wreck of the Zouave in Hatteras Inlet." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 81-334 (part). FP1-28-H36-C582w-N31.2.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "The wreck of the 'City of New York,' of the Burnside Expedition, off Hatteras Inlet." Harper's Weekly, February 15, 1862, p. 105. Neg. 81-882. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. FFP1-28-H36-C582w-N31.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "The Civil War in America: The 'Picket' leading the ships of the Burnside expedition over Hatteras Bar." The Illustrated London News, February 22, 1862, p. 187. Neg. 80-457. FP1-28-H36-C582w-N31.

Dare County, Hatteras Island, N.C. "Horses of Rhode Island artillery disembarking." Harper's Weekly, February 15, 1862, p. 101. Neg. 81-334 (part). FP1-28-H36-C582w-N31.2.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "The tug boat 'Tempest' getting the gunboat 'Ranger' off a bank, and towing her out of the fire of Fort Bartow." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-399. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "The national fleet passing through Croatan Sound--Roanoke Island in the distance, February 7,." 1862. Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-420. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "The naval fight in Croatan Sound--landing of national troops--showing also the obstructions in the Sound, with the rebel fleet beyond." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-384. Digitized from a 4 x 5 in. transparency. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "Landing of the Burnside Expedition on Roanoke Island. Feb. 7th 1862." Engraved by S.V. Hunt. Neg. 84-271. P1-28-R62-C582w.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "Landing of troops on Roanoke Island. Burnside Expedition, 1862." William Momberger Del., George E. Perine, Engraver. Hurlbut, Williams, & Co. Neg. 83-654. P1-28-R62-C582w.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "Landing of the national troops on Roanoke Island, under the cover of the Union gunboats Delaware, and Picket, Friday, Feb. 7, 1862." Original printed source unknown. Neg. 80-383. NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "Attack upon Roanoke Island--Landing of the troops." 1862. From a painting by A. Chappel. Published by Johnson & Miles, New York. Neg. 94-30. P1-28-R62-C582w.

Dare County, Roanoke Island, N.C. "Rebels in ambush firing on a reconnoitering expedition to Oyster Creek, Roanoke Island." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 5, 1862, p. 333. Neg. 100-57. UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks.

Hertford County, Winton, N.C. "Gen. Foster's infantry disembarking at Winton." 1863. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, August 29, 1863, p. 368. Neg. 80-437. FP1-46-W79-C582w-C18.

Martin County, Rainbow Bluff near Jamesville, N.C."Wreck of the 'Otsego,' and the explosion of the tug 'Brazley' in the Roanoke River, December 10, 1864. Harper's Weekly, January 21, 1865, p. 44. Neg. 100-80. UNC-Chapel Hill library Stacks.

Martin County, Rainbow Bluff near Jamesville, N.C. "'Wyalusing' at Rainbow Bluff, N.C. Sinking of the 'Ostego' and blowing up of the 'Bazeley'." Photomechinical print by F. Gutekunst, Phildelphia. Neg. 88-296. North Carolina Collection Gallery.

New Hanover County, Cape Fear River, N.C. "Captain Ainsworth moving up Cape Fear River to open communication with Sherman." 1865. Harper's Weekly, April 8, 1865, p. 212. Neg. 81-902. FP1-65-C23-C582w-N31.

New Hanover County, Wilmington, N.C. "Admiral Porter's fleet removing torpedoes and buoying the channel in Cape Fear River." 1865. Harper's Weekly, March 11, 1865, p. 145. Neg. 80-460. FP1-65-C23-C582w-N31.

New Hanover County, Wilmington, N.C. "Admiral Porter's bogus 'Monitor,' sunk about two miles below Wilmington, N.C." 1865. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 1, 1865, p. 24. Neg. 84-224. FFP1-65-W74-M678.

New Hanover County, Wilmington, N.C."Rebel Ram at Wilmingon, North Carolina." Harper's Weekly, June 4, 1864, p. 365. Neg. 100-81. UNC-Chapel Hill Library stacks.

Pasquotank County, N.C. "The Burnside Expedition." Harper's Weekly, March 15, 1862, p. 172. Neg. 80-375 (part). NCC vault FFCC970.73 B96.

Washington County, Plymouth, N.C. "U.S.S. 'Commodore Hull,' at Plymouth, N.C." Photomechinical print by F. Gutekunst, Phildelphia. Neg. 88-295. North Carolina Collection Gallery.

Washington County, Plymouth, N.C. "The rebel ram attacking federal gun-boats at Plymouth, North Carolina." 1864. Harper's Weekly, May 7, 1864, p. 301. Neg. 81-883. FP1-94-P73-C582w-N31.

Washington County, Plymouth, N.C. "Appearance of the rebel ram 'Albemarle', October 31, 1862[4?]." Harper's Weekly, December 24, 1864, p. 280. Neg. 80-448. FP1-94-P73-C582w-C18.

Washington County, Plymouth, N.C. "Destruction of the rebel ram 'Albemarle' at Plymouth, North Carolina. October 27, 1864." Harper's Weekly, November 19, 1864. Neg. 83-28. FP1-94-P73-C582w-N31.

Washington County, Plymouth, N.C. "The capture of Plymouth, North Carolina. October 31, 1864." Harper's Weekly, December 24, 1864, p. 280. Neg. 80-447. FP1-94-P73-C582w-C18.