|Dates: ||1832 - 1909|
|Born: ||England, Southampton|
|Died: ||US, UT, Salt Lake City|
English-born photographer who emigrated to the USA in the winter of 1855-1856. He became a prominent photographer of the American west, being the first to photograph the landscape of what would later become Zion National Park. He photographed in Utah with George Ottinger and took one of the seminal photographs of the American West when he recorded the driving of the Golden Spike at Promontory Summit on May 10, 1869.
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