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Felice Beato, Top of the Wall from Anting Gate, Pekin - Possession Taken by English and French Troops, [Album China], 1860, 21 October, Albumen silver print, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Purchased with funds contributed by Dr. Chaoying Fang, Harvey S. Shipley Miller and J. Randall Plummer, and with the Alice Newton Osborn Fund, 1978, Accession Number: 1978-148-1(26), LL/71276
Second Chinese Opium War (1856-1860)
233.01   Second Chinese Opium War (1856-1860): Introduction
233.02   Opium
233.03   Felice Beato: Second Chinese Opium War (1856-1860) and the Pehtang fort
233.04   Felice Beato: Second Chinese Opium War (1856-1860) and the taking of the Taku Fort
233.05   Felice Beato: Second Chinese Opium War (1856-1860) and the march to Bejing
233.06   Felice Beato: Prince Kung / Prince Gong Qinwang of China
233.07   Corporal Wotherspoon: Second Chinese Opium War
Regimental groups
233.08   Regimental groups in Tientsin, China (1861)
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