HSAR220 - Final Study Guide

HSAR220 - Final Study Guide - American Photography Mid-Term...

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American Photography Mid-Term Exam Study Guide
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Daguerreotype of African-born Slave Renty J.T. Zealy 1850
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Field Where General Reynolds Fell, Gettysburg, July Alexander Gardner 1863
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Delia, Country Born of African Parents, Daughter of Renty J.T. Zealy 1850
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Thaddeus Hyatt Mathew Brady 1857
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Madame de Trobriand Mathew Brady 1857
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Abraham Lincoln Mathew Brady 1860
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Cartes-de-visite: Fanny Conant with Vashti, a spirit girl William Mumler 1870-1879
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Emily Dickinson Unknown 1850-1870
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Henry J. Raymond Mathew Brady 1861
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Rebel Works in Front of Atlanta, Ga. George Barnard 1864
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Harvest of Death, Gettysburg, July Alexander Gardner 1863
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Hanging Bodies of the Conspirators; Guards Only in the Yard, Washington D.C. Alexander Gardner 1865
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Coffins and Open Graves Ready for the Conspirators’ Bodies at Right of the Scaffold, Washington D.C.
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