Newspaper

Date:
1879
Description (physical):

Newspaper

Location:
215 South Wilton Road,Virginia,Richmond,23226
Identifier:
2010.0018.0008EC
Institution:
Wilton House Collection
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NEW YORK HERALD 1862 Newspaper

Date:
1862
Creator:
New York Herald Newspaper
Description (physical):

H: 15 1/4" W: 22 1/2"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
97M.016.001
Institution:
Museum of Florida History
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PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Newspaper

Date:
1865
Creator:
Philadelphia Inquirer
Description (physical):

H: 20 1/2" W: 13 1/8"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
85035
Institution:
Museum of Florida History
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"Down to the Wire" Newspaper story

Date:
2000
Creator:
Tallahassee Democrat
Description (physical):

H: 22.75" W: 12.5" unfolded

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2001M.007.014
Institution:
Museum of Florida History
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"Bush Wins It" newspaper story

Date:
2000
Creator:
The Miami Herald Publishing co.
Description (physical):

H: 22" W: 12.5" unfolded

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2001M.007.015
Institution:
Museum of Florida History
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Untitled

Date:
2000
Creator:
Tallahassee Democrat
Description (physical):

H: 23" W: 12.63"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2001M.007.013
Institution:
Museum of Florida History
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Charleston Mercury Extra Newspaper Extra, 'Union Is Dissolved!' An ordinance to state the disolution of the Union South Carolina. 1:15 o'clock P.M. December 20th 1860

Date:
December 20, 1860
Creator:
Charleston Mercury Newspaper
Publisher/Studio:
Charleston Mercury Newspaper
Description (physical):

Printed letters on paper; 30.48cm x 60.96cm

Location:
201 West Monument Street,Maryland,Baltimore,21201
Identifier:
None [Broadside 1860]
Institution:
Maryland Historical Society

The New York Times, July 11, 1864

Date:
July 11, 1864
Publisher/Studio:
New York, NY: The New York Times

Published two days after the Battle of Monocacy, this New York Times paper alerts its readers of the battle and the continued raid on Maryland. Confederate General Jubal Early continued to attack Washington D.C., on July 11 and 12, where Union reinforcements were rushed up to Washington from the Petersburg campaign to defend the capital city.

Location:
4801 Urbana Pike,Maryland,Frederick,21704
Identifier:
2011.0123.0004
Institution:
Monocacy National Battlefield