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"Rebel Prisoners in the Dungeon of the State House at Jefferson City, Missouri."

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Identifier: P0084-0592

Title: "Rebel Prisoners in the Dungeon of the State House at Jefferson City, Missouri."

Description: Print of 17 men being held prisoner by a single guard holding a rifle with a bayonet. One man is laying on the floor in foreground to the left, three are sitting on the floor, one is sitting on a box, and the others are standing. "[OC]TOBER 5, 1861.] REBEL PRISONERS IN THE DUNGEON OF THE STATE HOUSE AT JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. - [SKETCHED BY JAMES A. GUIRL.]" (printed below image). Image is a newspaper clipping from Harper's Weekly.

Rights:

Place: United States
Missouri

Dates: 1861

Type(s): Wood Engraving
Image

Maker/Creator: James A. Guirl

Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865
Newspapers
wood engraving
Harper's Weekly
rebels
Prisoners
State House
Jefferson City
bayonet
Men
soldier
dungeon
Armed Forces
Confederate prisoners
Union soldier

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