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Title: Siege of Petersburg : the colored infantry bringing in captured guns amid cheers of the Ohio troops.
Image ID: 812632
Image ID 812632
Creators: Mullen, E. F., artist
Physical Description: 1 print : b&w ; 25 x 25 cm. (9 3/4 x 9 3/4 in.)
Material Type: Prints
Subjects: African Americans -- History -- 1860-1869
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
African Americans -- Military Service -- 1860-1869
Sieges -- Virginia -- 1860-1869
Campaigns & Battles -- Virginia -- Petersburg -- 1860-1869
Soldiers -- American -- Virginia -- Petersburg -- 1860-1869
War Casualties -- Virginia -- Petersburg -- 1860-1869
Book Illustrations
Date Depicted: [1864]
Notes: Written on border: "Oct. 1864" Printed on border: "from a sketch by our special artist, E. F. Mullen." "When the colored troops found themselves within the works of the enemy no words could paint their delight. Numbers of them kissed the guns they had captured with extravagant satisfaction, and a feverish anxiety was manifested to get ahead and charge some more of the Confederate works. " Includes additional text.
Date Published: 1896
Barcode Number: 33333159331194
Struc ID: 585209
Source: Frank Leslie's illustrated famous leaders and battle scenes of the Civil War; the most important events of the conflict between the states, graphically, pictured.   View All images from Source
In Folder: African-American history -- 1860s   View All images from Folder

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