File:1862 Harper's Weekly Civil War View of Richmond, Virginia - Geographicus - Richmond-harpersweekly-1862 part03 Rebels Prison.jpg

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English: Rebels Prison. This is a rare and attractive view of Richmond Virginia printed in the May 1862 edition of Harper’s Weekly . Above the view proper there are three smaller views, This is one of them
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Author Ce fichier a été fourni à Wikimedia Commons par Geographicus Rare Antique Maps, marchand spécialisé dans la cartographie d’antiquaire et les cartes historiques du XVe au XVIe siècle, dans le cadre d’un projet de coopération.
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