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Negro_Life_at_the_South._1859
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Title Negro_Life_at_the_South._1859
Description Eastman Johnson (American, 1824-1906). Oil on canvas, 36 x 45.25 inches . . Eastman Johnson (1824 – 1906) fills a scene set in a Washington, D.C., backyard with African Americans who enact virtually every phase of family life: courtship and marriage, motherhood, training the young, and listening to the elderly. Focusing on the black community, he marginalises the white visitor at the right. Johnson seems to have sought a measure of ambiguity in recounting his tale. Such open-ended story lines would characterise many postwar paintings of everyday life. Although the location is urban, he called the painting Negro Life at the South, which invited viewers to see the tenements as outbuildings on a plantation. On the eve of the Civil War, apologists for slavery could read Johnson's narrative
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Civil_War_dead___posed_photo
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Description I'm using this image as a case study for how Flickr's annotation feature might be useful for historians. The original photo is from the Library of Congress and is available at <a href="http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/cwp2003000602/PP/" rel="nofollow">www.loc.gov/pictures/item/cwp2003000602/PP/</a>. For more on this photo, and how it is posed, see David Lowe and Philip Shiman, “Substitute for a Corpse,” Civil War Times 49, no. 6 (2010): 40-41.
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Dead_Rebel_Soldier_in_the_Trenches_of_Fort_Mahone_(April_2d,_1865).__Published_b
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Title Dead_Rebel_Soldier_in_the_Trenches_of_Fort_Mahone_(April_2d,_1865).__Published_b
Description Union General John G. Parke occupied the trenches near Petersburg, Virginia captured by the Union army in June 1864. Facing Parke was a strong Confederate position dominated by Fort Mahone and manned by the forces of General John B. Gordon. On April 1, 1865, Parke chose to assault Fort Mahone directly. The attack slowed down once the Federals occupied the captured trenches. Gordon rallied the troops and planned a counterattack to drive Parke out of his lost trenches. With the complete disintegration of the Confederate army around Petersburg just hours away, Parke sent word to General George Meade for reinforcements to simply hold his current position. Late in the afternoon in the midst of all other Confederate fronts collapsing, Gordon launched his counterattack and nearly drove Park
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Description Confederate Dead at Fort Mahone From the Library of Congress <a href="http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/cwp2003005132/PP/" rel="nofollow">here</a> Image info: Title: Petersburg, Virginia. Dead Confederate soldiers in trenches of Fort Mahone Creator(s): Roche, Thomas C., d. 1895, photographer Date Created/Published: 1865 Apr. 3. Medium: 3 negatives : glass, wet collodion.
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A_Dead_Rebel_Soldier_as_he_lay_in_the_Trenches_before_Petersburgh,_Va.,_April_2d
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Title A_Dead_Rebel_Soldier_as_he_lay_in_the_Trenches_before_Petersburgh,_Va.,_April_2d
Description Title: A Dead Rebel Soldier as he lay in the Trenches before Petersburgh, Va., April 2d, 1865. Creator: Roche, T. C. (Thomas C.), 1826-1895 Date: April 3, 1865 Part Of: <a href="http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/cdm/search/collection/civ/searchterm/Ag1982.0145/" rel="nofollow">Collection of Civil War era stereographs</a> Physical Description: 1 photographic print on stereo card: stereograph, albumen; 9 x 18 cm. File: ag1982_0145_019_c.jpg Rights: Please cite DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University when using this file. A high-resolution version of this file may be obtained for a fee. For details see the <a href="https://sites.smu.edu/cul/degolyer/research/permissions/" rel="nofollow">sites.smu.edu/cul/degolyer/research/permissions/</a> web page. For other information, contact
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C._S._Soldier_killed_by_a_shell_in_the_Trench_of_Fort_Mahone,_called_by_Soldiers
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Title C._S._Soldier_killed_by_a_shell_in_the_Trench_of_Fort_Mahone,_called_by_Soldiers
Description Title: C. S. Soldier killed by a shell in the Trench of Fort Mahone, called by Soldiers 'Fort Damnation.' Creator: Roche, T. C. (Thomas C.), 1826-1895 Contributers: E. & H.T. Anthony (publisher) Date: April 2, 1865 Part Of: <a href="http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/cdm/search/collection/civ/searchterm/Ag1982.0145/" rel="nofollow">Collection of Civil War era stereographs</a> Place: Petersburg, Pennsylvania Physical Description: 1 photographic print on stereo card: stereograph, albumen; 9x18 cm File: ag1982_0145_075_c Rights: Please cite DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University when using this file. A high-resolution version of this file may be obtained for a fee. For details see the <a href="https://sites.smu.edu/cul/degolyer/research/permissions/" rel="nofol
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A_Dead_Southern_Soldier,_as_he_lay_in_the_Trenches_of_Fort_Mahone,_called_by_the
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Title A_Dead_Southern_Soldier,_as_he_lay_in_the_Trenches_of_Fort_Mahone,_called_by_the
Description Title: A Dead Southern Soldier, as he lay in the Trenches of Fort Mahone, called by the Soldiers ''Fort Damnation.'' Creator: Roche, T. C. (Thomas C.), 1826-1895 Date: April 3, 1865 Part Of: <a href="http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/cdm/search/collection/civ/searchterm/Ag1982.0145/" rel="nofollow">Collection of Civil War era stereographs</a> Physical Description: 1 photographic print on stereo card: stereograph, albumen; 9 x 18 cm. File: ag1982_0145_018_c.jpg Rights: Please cite DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University when using this file. A high-resolution version of this file may be obtained for a fee. For details see the <a href="https://sites.smu.edu/cul/degolyer/research/permissions/" rel="nofollow">sites.smu.edu/cul/degolyer/research/permissions/</a> web page. For othe
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A_Dead_Southern_Soldier,_as_he_lay_on_the_foot_passage_in_the_Trenches_of_Fort_M
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Title A_Dead_Southern_Soldier,_as_he_lay_on_the_foot_passage_in_the_Trenches_of_Fort_M
Description Title: A Dead Southern Soldier, as he lay on the foot passage in the Trenches of Fort Mahone, called by the Soldiers 'Fort Damnation.' Creator: Roche, T. C. (Thomas C.), 1826-1895 Contributors: E. & H.T. Anthony (publisher) Date: April 3, 1865 Part Of: <a href="http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/cdm/search/collection/civ/searchterm/Ag1982.0145/" rel="nofollow">Collection of Civil War era stereographs</a> Place: Petersburg, Virginia Physical Description: 1 photographic print on stereo card: stereograph, albumen; 8.4x17.7 cm File: ag1982_0145_088_c Rights: Please cite DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University when using this file. A high-resolution version of this file may be obtained for a fee. For details see the <a href="https://sites.smu.edu/cul/degolyer/resear
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"Then_and_Now"_Version_of_Alexander_Gardner's_"Slaughter_Pen"_at_the_Foot_of_Lit
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Title "Then_and_Now"_Version_of_Alexander_Gardner's_"Slaughter_Pen"_at_the_Foot_of_Lit
Description A 2015 "Then and Now" version of Alexander Gardner's famous 1863 photograph of dead Confederate soldiers in the "Slaughter Pen" at the foot of Little Round Top at Gettysburg. In his book "Gettysburg, A Journey in Time", William Frassanito provided the location of this photo - right next to the parking lot at Devil's Den. In taking the 2015 part of this composite, I had my camera mounted on a tripod and used the 10 second timer. A man sitting on a nearby wall was watching me scurrying back and forth getting multiple exposures. Not to leave him thinking I was a complete nut, I asked him if he was familiar with the famous picture taken at this spot. He said, "you mean the one you just took?" I said, "no, let me get my book from the car." Wh
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Rose_Woods_Dead___Historical
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Description Original photo taken by Timothy O'Sullivan, an associate of Mathew Brady and Alexander Gardner, several days after the battle at Gettysburg.
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Alexander_Gardner,_Home_of_a_Rebel_Sharpshooter,_Gettysburg,_1863,_(Plate_41_of_
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Bryan_Hiott_and_Alexander_Gardner_Wet_Plate_Photoshop_Mashup
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Title Bryan_Hiott_and_Alexander_Gardner_Wet_Plate_Photoshop_Mashup
Description My landscape tintype from John Coffer's farm in Dundee, NY combined with a dead Union soldier from the Civil War via one of Alexander Gardner's glass plate negatives from Antietam (1862). I was thinking along this line: image manipulation has been with us from the start - whether staging photos or enhancing them in the darkroom or (as we do now) in Photoshop. Alexander Gardner himself staged a shot at Gettysburg, moving a dead Confederate soldier about 40 yards to make his famous Rebel Sharpshooter image in the Devil's Den. He even arranged the rifle and cartridge box. Moving a soldier he photographed through time and pixels to 2009 was something of the same staging. In my Civil War Smash Up, I was following an instinct I've had with wet plate to weave in and out of historical period a
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