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A total eclipse of the Moon late in the evening is visible across much of the United States

Astronomy, iconic image
06/11/1862 to 06/12/1862
A late night  total eclipse of the Moon, one of two during the year, was visible over much of the North American continent, including the United States Pacific states and territories.  In San Francisco, California, the eclipse was complete by eleven o'clock on the evening of June 11, 1862. (By John Osborne)
Source Citation: 
William H. Knight, ed., Bancroft's Handbook Almanac for the Pacific States: An Official Register and Year-Book of Facts for 1862 (San Francisco, CA:  H.H. Bancroft and Co., 1862), 5. 

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