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"Arrival of the Twenty-Second Indiana Volunteers, Colonel J.C. Davis, at St. Louis, Missouri."

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Identifier: P0084-1309

Title: "Arrival of the Twenty-Second Indiana Volunteers, Colonel J.C. Davis, at St. Louis, Missouri."

Description: Print of troops unloading from a steamboat while two men on the bank in the foreground watch. "ARRIVAL OF THE TWENTY-SECOND INDIANA VOLUNTEERS, COLONEL J. C. DAVIS, AT ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. - [SKETCHED BY JAMES GUIRE.]" (printed below image). Newspaper clipping with one other print, taken from Harper's Weekly, September 14, 1861 page 582.

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Place: United States
Missouri
St Louis

Dates: 1861-09-14

Type(s): Wood Engraving
Image

Maker/Creator: James Guire

Subjects: Newspapers
Civil War, 1861-1865
Buildings
Soldiers
troops
Harper's Weekly
Steamboats
flag
unloading
22nd Indiana Volunteers
volunteers
colonel
J.C. Davis
civilians
James Guire
Armed Forces
Men
River and Steamboats

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