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HomeContents > Earliest war photographs (1840-1870)

Unidentified photographer, Exeter, N.H. [Exeter, New Hampshire, volunteers leaving for the Mexican War], [Mexican-American War], 1846 (ca), Daguerreotype, 1/4 plate, Amon Carter Museum, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, P1979.33, LL/38724
Earliest war photographs (1840-1870)
262.01   The earliest photographs of war and civil conflict
Early examples
262.02   Mexican-American War (1846-1848)
262.03   Year of Revolutions (1848): France, Paris
262.04   John McCosh: Burma
262.05   Jean-Charles Langlois: The Crimean War
262.06   Gustave Le Gray: Camp de Châlons (1857)
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