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Stars and Stripes: U.S. Military Newspapers in the Library of Congress

Civil War Editions

The Stars and Stripes in Rebeldom.
LC call number: Microfilm 54762E
LC control number: 02002751

This is a collection of papers written by Union soldiers at four prisons in the South. They were edited by the Burnham Publishing Company of Boston and published as one volume in 1862. A microfilm copy of the collection is available in the Microform Reading Room.


LC call number: Newspaper Archives, Box 36, Folder 2
LC control number: 84020182

An edition of Stars and Stripes was published irregularly in 1863 by Union forces deployed in Thibodaux, Louisiana. This series is unique because it was printed on wallpaper. A facsimile copy of the March 11, 1863 edition is available in the Newspaper and Current Periodical Reading Room.


LC call number: Newspaper Archives, Box 36, Folder 2
LC control number: 83025478

In 1863, the 3rd Missouri Cavalry Regiment published their weekly regimental newspaper in Jacksonport, Arkansas. A printed copy of the December 1, 1863 issue is available in the Newspaper and Current Periodical Reading Room.

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