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Bull Run, Near Union Mills, Crossed by the Orange and Alexandria Railroad

Chicago: The Puritan Press Co. 1894.

A black and white engraving of a scene of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad published in "Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War," The print is 16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches. The Orange and Alexandria Railroad was important to the South because of its critical role in transporting supplies and troops. The Bull Run railroad bridge near Union Mills depicted in this print was destroyed and rebuilt seven times during the Civil War. The image occupies 1/2 of the print, while the other 1/2 is occupied by text from the book, the text to the top reads "The Battle of Bull Run," the top right corner indicates that it is page 145, minor chipping to the left side of the print, else in very good condition. There is a portrait of Irvin McDowell to the rear of the print. vg+/--.

ISBN: none

[Item #PRN00203]

Price: $12.00
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