|Dates: ||1833, 29 July - 1920, 26 May|
|Born: ||US, OH, Madison|
|Died: ||US, CA, Los Angeles|
Over a four year period he took large plates and stereo views of Yellowstone and he also accompanied the 1872 Heyden survey. His work is little known and determining which prints are his rather than those of William Henry Jackson can be difficult. The complexity is added to by the fact that other photographers and publishers are known to have sold copies of his prints.
Joshua Crissman: Yellowstone's forgotten photographer
Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Summer 1999 by Jackson, Steven B
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