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Port Hudson from the opposite bank of the river The Union forces entering the breast-works to take possession of Port Hudson, July 9, 1863 / / from a sketch by Mr. J.R. Hamilton.

Port Hudson from the opposite bank of the river The Union forces entering the breast-works to take possession of Port Hudson, July 9, 1863 / / from a sketch by Mr. J.R. Hamilton.

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Two illustrations showing Port Hudson and the arrival of Union troops to take possession of the fortifications following the siege which ended with the formal surrender by the Confederate forces on July 9, 1863.
Illus. in: Harper's weekly, v. 7, no. 345 (1863 August 8), p. 500.

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01/01/1863
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Port Hudson (La.)30.67833, -91.26944
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