These Civil War Era Newspapers are a glimpse into one of the most turbulent times in U.S. history. Two of the major newspapers that reported on the war were The New York Herald and the The New York Times. Each paper employed war correspondents to report on the battles and lives of the many soldiers during the war years.
The New York Times was founded in 1851 and has been a mainstay in printed news ever since. The Times printed the text from Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" on November 20, 1863. The New York Herald was a newspaper company from 1835-1924. It was another major newspaper that provided coverage of the Civil War.
These Civil War Era Newspapers are a unique glimpse into the daily life of all those affected by the American Civil war. Each paper is an amazing piece of American history that would be a great addition to any collection.
*Each order consists of ONE civil war era newspaper at the above stated price.