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The Corean Expedition 
1871, October 
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The Photographer's Friend (Baltimore), vol. 1, no. 4, October, 1871, p. 163.
The Corean Expedition. The Navy Department at Washington have received from Admiral Rogers, with his official dispatches concerning the Fleet's operations, a very large Album, containing about fifty Photographs, illustrations of Corean Scenery and people, including the first fort captured on the 10th of June; interior view of the second fort captured; a Corean camp; a Corean magazine; United States vessels of war conveying the army on their advance upon the Corean forts; a view at the seashore, showing the line of march followed by United States troops; interior view of a fort, showing the dead and mangled bodies of Coreans killed by shells from the United States fleet; exterior of the same, showing a number of dead Coreans; interior of the Corean commander-in-chiefs headquarters, showing a number of slain and mangled Corean men and women, and similar scenes.*
In fact all scientific expeditions are now accompanied by a photographer, which shows the Art begins to be appreciated by the appreciative.
* Nearly all of the above, through the enterprise of Frank Leslie, have been reproduced, since the above was In type, in his excellent illustrated paper, 
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