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A Yankee in Dixie: 1865

A Yankee in Dixie: 1865

April 1865. "Charleston, South Carolina. Headquarters of Gen. John P. Hatch, South Battery." Wet plate negative attributed to George Barnard. View full size.

 

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Below is the same view from May of 2010.

Mourning Morning

The black crepe embellishing the columns is, of course, for President Lincoln.

Still dandy, too!

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What incredible clarity for a photograph that is 152 years old!

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