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HomeContents > Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - What would Phileas Fogg have seen in 1872?

 
 
Unidentified photographer, Samurai with bow and arrow, helmets, swords, spears and coats of mail, 1870-1890, Albumen print, hand-coloured, National Archive of the Netherlands / Nationaal Archief, Spaarnestad Photo, SFA003006313, LL/39440
 
Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - What would Phileas Fogg have seen in 1872?
Contents
Introduction
1009.01   Jules Verne: Around the World in Eighty Days - What would Phileas Fogg and Passepartout have seen in 1872?
1009.02   Karl Baedeker's Handbooks for Travellers
Grand Tour
1009.03   Photographers on the Grand Tour
1009.04   Édouard Baldus: Chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée (1860s)
Orientalism
1009.05   Orientalism
Egypt
1009.06   Introduction to photography in Egypt
1009.07   Egypt: Shepheard's Hotel / Hotel Shepherd
1009.08   Francis Bedford: The Prince of Wales and his trip to the East - Egypt (1862)
1009.09   William de Wiveleslie Abney: Thebes and its Five Greater Temples (1876)
1009.10   Charles Piazzi Smyth: Lantern slides and other photographs of Egypt
1009.11   Egypt: Climbing the Pyramids
1009.12   Suez Canal (1859-1869)
India
1009.13   Introduction to photography in India
1009.14   Baron Alexis Aime de LaGrange: Photographies de l'Indie Anglais (1851)
1009.15   Marie Théophile Louis Rousselet: India (1863-1868)
1009.16   James Fergusson: Illustrations of Various Styles of Indian Architecture (1869)
1009.17   J. Forbes Watson & John William Kaye (eds.): The People of India (1868-1872)
1009.18   William Johnson & William Henderson: The Oriental races and tribes, residents and visitors of Bombay (published 1863-1866)
1009.19   William J. Johnson: Photographs of Western India. Volume I. Costumes and Characters (ca. 1855-1862)
1009.20   Portrait: Royalty: The ruling class of the Indian subcontinent
The Far East
1009.21   The Far East (1870-1878)
Hong Kong
1009.22   Introduction to photography in Hong Kong
1009.23   John Thomson: Chinese photographers on Queen's Road, Hong Kong (1875)
1009.24   John Thomson: A Chinese portrait artist, Hong Kong
1009.25   China: Typhoon (September 1874)
China
1009.26   Introduction to photography in China
1009.27   Chinese
1009.28   Baron Raimund von Stillfried: Portraits from China
1009.29   John Thomson: Illustrations of China and Its People (1873-1874)
1009.30   John Thomson: China, carte de visites (ca 1870)
1009.31   Afong: Banker's Glen, Yuen-foo River
Japan
1009.32   Introduction to photography in Japan
1009.33   Royal family of Japan
1009.34   Japanese
1009.35   Japanese ambrotypes
1009.36   Baron Raimund von Stillfried: Japan: Places
1009.37   Baron Raimund von Stillfried: Japan: People
1009.38   Kusakabe Kimbei: Japan: Portraits
1009.39   Nineteenth century Japanese artists and colourists
1009.40   Samurai
1009.41   Sumo wrestlers
1009.42   Japanese men with tattoos
1009.43   Geishas
1009.44   Japanese women sleeping
1009.45   Sedan chairs (kago) in Japan
USA - Introduction
1009.46   Introduction to photography in California
USA - Land of natural wonders
1009.47   California: Yosemite Valley
USA - Railways
1009.48   Alexander Gardner and others: Across the continent on the Kansas Pacific Railroad
1009.49   William Henry Jackson: Railways
1009.50   John Carbutt: Union Pacific Rail Road, Excursion to the 100th Meridian (October 1866)
1009.51   A.J. Russell: Golden Spike Ceremony, Promontory Point, Utah (10 May 1869)
1009.52   Wyoming: Dale Creek Crossing (1868-1901)
USA - Surveys
1009.53   Landscape surveys of the American West
1009.54   Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel - Clarence King (1867-1869)
1009.55   U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey - Ferdinand V. Hayden (1867-1869)
1009.56   Survey west of the 100th Parallel - George Montague Wheeler (1869-1879)
1009.57   Timothy O'Sullivan: Explorations and Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (1871-1874)
1009.58   River explorations - John Wesley Powell (1869-1872)
USA - Native Americans
1009.59   Native Americans
1009.60   Cabinet cards: Ethnic: Natives Americans
1009.61   Alexander Gardner: Ogallalla Sioux (May, 1872)
1009.62   William Henry Jackson: Portraits of American Indians (1876)
1009.63   Prince Roland Napoléon Bonaparte: Collection anthropologique du Prince Roland Bonaparte, Peaux Rouges (before 1884)
 
  
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