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Čeština: Vypálení Columbie v Jižní Karolíně 17. února 1865 jednotkami generála Shermana
English: The burning of Columbia, South Carolina, February 17, 1865, by General Sherman's troops.
Français : L'incendie de Columbia, en Caroline du Sud (États-Unis), le 17 février 1865, par les troupes du général Sherman.
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Source Harper's Weekly, v. 9, no. 432 (April 8, 1865), p. 217.
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Author William Waud (d. 1878) for Harper's Weekly.
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current16:33, 23 April 2009Thumbnail for version as of 16:33, 23 April 20093,194 × 2,250 (3.58 MB)Adam CuerdenSomehow, I forgot to do the levels adjustment I thought I had done.
16:31, 23 April 2009Thumbnail for version as of 16:31, 23 April 20093,194 × 2,250 (3.56 MB)Adam Cuerden{{Information |Description={{en|The burning of Columbia, South Carolina, February 17, 1865, by General Sherman's troops.}} |Source=Harper's Weekly, v. 9, no. 432 (April 8, 1865), p. 217. {{LOC|cph.3c33068}} |Date=April 8, 1865 |Author=William Waud (d. 18

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