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Destruction of Fort Ocracoke on Beacon Island entrance to Pamplico [sic] Sound by an expedition under command of Lieut Eastman of the Pawnee, Sept. 17th

Destruction of Fort Ocracoke on Beacon Island entrance to Pamplico [sic] Sound by an expedition under command of Lieut Eastman of the Pawnee, Sept. 17th

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Broadside view of tugboat in foreground near burning fort, buildings indicating town in background.
Title inscribed below image.
Inscribed left margin: Lighthouse Ocracoke. Inscribed above town: Portsmouth. Inscribed above title: From a sketch by Lieu Le Rony. Inscribed right above title: Tugboat Fanny.
J.P. Morgan; Gift; 1919.
Location of file print: Civil War Drawings File 1861.
Forms part of: Morgan collection of Civil War drawings.
Published in: New York Illustrated News, 7 October 1861, p. 361, as: Destruction of Fort Ocracoke, on Beacon Island, at the Entrance of Pamplico Sound, Sept. 17, 1861, by an Expedition under Command of Lieut. Eastman, of the Pawnee. From a sketch by Lieut. Le Rony.

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01/01/1861
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Le Rony, Lieutenant, artist
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