25 Photos - Apr 21, 2012
Photo: "The rebel steamer 'Nashville' running the blockade at Beaufort, North Carolina." Harper's weekly, April 5, 1862, p. 209.Photo: "Escape of the Rebel steamer Nashville, from the harbor at Beaufort, N. C. on the night of the 17th of March 1862 -- pursuit of the blockading barque Gemstock and steamer Cambridge." Source unknown. NC Collection.Photo: "Union pickets skirmishing with rebel pickets at the 'Chimney,' remains of an old house near Fort Macon." From an original sketch by Frank Schell for Leslie's Illustrated.Photo: Siege of Fort Macon, "our outer pickets skirmishing. . ." April 11th, 1862 / by Frank H. Schell.																																						(April 11, 1862)					 																																																																							 Original sketch by Schell for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. New York Public Library Digital CollectionPhoto: "General view of national siege works on Bogue island, erected for the reduction of Fort Macon." From an original sketch by Frank Schell for Leslie's Illustrated.Photo: Siege works on Bogue Island, for the reduction of Fort Macon, N.C. April 11, 1862 / By Frank H. Schell.																																						(April 11, 1862)					 																																																																							 New York Public Library Digital Gallery.Photo: "The National naval flotilla co-operating with the land forces in the attack on Fort Macon, April 20, 1862."
Source unknown.Photo: "Companies A and B of thge 5th Rhode island Regiment covering working aprties while construction Captain Morris' 3 Parrot gun siege batteries." Source unknown.Photo: Sketch showing the route to Newbern, pursued by the Burnside Expedition, March 13 & 14, 1862. Report of Maj. Gen. J.G. Foster to the Committee on the Conduct of the War.Photo: General Burnside on the road from New Berne to Beaufort, N.C.Photo: Inscribed: Seige of the Fort Macon. 8th Regiment C.V. (Connecticut Volunteers) working in the mortar battery on Bogues Banks, April 20, 1862. Original painting owned by NC Collection.Photo: "Bombardment of Fort Macon" Harpers Weekly, May 17, l862, page 316.Photo: Watching the Siege of Fort Macon from Beaufort waterfront - April 25, 1862 Frank Leslie's Illustrated NewspaperPhoto: "Bombardment of Fort Macon -- 10 inch battery, Captain Flagler, in action." Source unknown.Photo: "The Fifth Rhode Island regiment entering Fort Macon." Harpers Weekly, May 17, l862, page 316.Photo: "Fort Macon from upper Parapet." Harpers Weekly, May 17, l862, page 316.Photo: "Surrender of Fort Macon -- interior -- lowering the Rebel flag." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 17, 1862, p. 49.Photo: "Surrender of Fort Macon -- exterior on side facing National batteries, showing effect of shot on the galcis and walls." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, May 17, 1862, p. 49.Photo: "View of Fort Macon, Beaufort harbor, from Morehead City." Supplement to Fran Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 26, 1862.Photo: "Departure of the great southern expedition from Beaufort, North Carolina." Harper's Weekly, p. 117, date unknown.Photo: Leecraft House at 307 Ann Street in Beaufort, March 1862. A mounted orderly, Lt. C.M. Dusher, is in front.Photo: "Beaufort, Fort Macon and Morehead City, from the balcony of the Macon House, Morehead City." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 26, 1862, p. 388.Photo: "Rebel salt works, Morehead City, North Carolina." Supplement to Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 26, 1862, page 409.Photo: "Beaufort, N. C., from Morehead City." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 9, 1864, p. 11.Photo: "Removing sunken schooners from Core Sound (placed by the rebels to obstruct the passage of Federal gunboats), under the superintendence of Capt. Hayden, of the New York submarine engineering company." Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, July 5, 1862.