Format Books
Dates 1865
Location Alabama
Big Lick
Brooklyn
Canada
Charleston
Charlotte
Christiansburg
Cook
Danbury
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Guilford
Hillsboro
Hudson
Jacksonville
Jersey City
Knox
Knoxville
Lisbon
Macksville
Maryland
Mecklenburg
Mobile
New Jersey
New York
New York City
North Carolina
Orange
Portugal
Raleigh
Richmond
Rowan
Saint Mary
Salem
Salisbury
Saltersville
South Carolina
Stanly
Tennessee
United States
Virginia
Wake
Wayne
Williamsburg
Wythe
Wytheville
Language English
Subjects Advertisements
Anderson, Robert
Beecher, Henry Ward
Booth, John Wilkes
Canby, General Edward Richard Sprigg
Dahlgreen, John A.
Davis, Jefferson
Destruction of Property/Looting
Dix, John Adam
Ford's Theatre
Fort Blakely
Fort Spanish
Fort Sumter
Gillmore, Quincy
Gurley, Pineas D.
Johnson, Andrew
Johnston, Joseph Eggleston
Lincoln's Assassination
Lincoln's Funeral
Lincoln, Abraham
Lincoln Portrait Of
Newspapers
Periodicals
Portraits
Potomac River
Prisoners
Rathbone, Henry R.
Seward, Frederick William
Seward, William Henry
Sherman, William Tecumseh
Stoneman, George, Jr.
Surratt, John Harrison Jr.
Thomas, George Henry
Townsend, Edward Davis
Vance, General Zebulon Baird
White House, The
Title
The Sun, [newspaper]. New York, April 19, 1865.
Created / Published
The Sun, New York City, New York, April 19, 1865
Subject Headings
-  Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
-  Lincoln's funeral
-  Lincoln's assassination
-  Davis, Jefferson (1808-1889)
-  Johnson, Andrew (1808-1875)
-  Sherman, William Tecumseh (1820-1891)
-  Fort Sumter
-  White House, The
-  Booth, John Wilkes (1838-1865)
-  prisoners
-  Potomac River
-  Vance, General Zebulon Baird (1830-1894)
-  destruction of property/looting
-  Seward, William Henry (1801-1872)
-  Townsend, Edward Davis (1817-1893)
-  Lincoln-portrait of
-  Ford's Theatre
-  Surratt, John Harrison Jr. (1844-1916)
-  Seward, Frederick William (1830-1915)
-  Dix, John Adam (1798-1879)
-  Gurley, Pineas D. (1816-1868)
-  Rathbone, Henry R. (1870-1928)
-  Thomas, George Henry (1816-1870)
-  Beecher, Henry Ward (1813-1887)
-  Gillmore, Quincy (1825-1888)
-  Anderson, Robert (1805-1871)
-  Canby, General Edward Richard Sprigg (1817-1873)
-  Johnston, Joseph Eggleston (1807-1891)
-  Stoneman, George, Jr. (1822-1894)
-  Dahlgreen, John A. (1809-1870)
-  Fort Spanish
-  Fort Blakely
-  newspaper
-  Portraits
-  Periodicals
-  Advertisements
-  United States -- New York -- New York City
-  United States -- Virginia -- Richmond
-  United States -- South Carolina -- Charleston
-  Portugal -- Lisbon
-  Canada
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Wake -- Raleigh
-  United States -- Alabama -- Mobile -- Mobile
-  United States -- Maryland -- Saint Mary
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Wayne -- Goldsboro
-  United States -- Tennessee -- Knox -- Knoxville
-  United States -- New Jersey -- Hudson -- Jersey City
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Rowan -- Salem
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Rowan -- Salisbury
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Orange -- Hillsboro
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Stanly -- Big Lick
-  United States -- Virginia -- Wythe -- Wytheville
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Guilford -- Greensboro
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Mecklenburg -- Charlotte
-  United States -- Virginia -- Cook -- Christiansburg
-  United States -- Virginia -- Salem
-  United States -- Jacksonville
-  United States -- Danbury
-  United States -- Macksville
-  United States -- North Carolina -- Saltersville
-  United States -- New York -- Brooklyn
-  United States -- New York -- Williamsburg
Genre
newspaper
Portraits
Periodicals
Advertisements
Notes
-  Black mourning border employed.
Call Number
Newspapers; Portfolio 8
Source Collection
The Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
Repository
Rare Book And Special Collections Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/lprbscsm.scsm1236


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