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1857Asia • India 
Felice Beato
The Residency, Taken in Front, and Showing the Room in Which Sir Henry Lawrence was Killed, Lucknow. 
1858 (ca)
The Indian Mutiny
1858North America • MexicoCivil War starts in Mexico and Benito Juárez (1806–1872) is elected president.
1859EuropeThe Austro-Sardinian War is fought between the French under Napoleon III and the Kingdom of Sardinia under Victor Emmanuel II on the one side and the Austro-Hungarian Empire on the other. The campaigns and battles (Montebello 20 May, Palestro 30 May, Magenta 4 June and Solferino 21 June) are photographed by Luigi Sacchi and Béraldy amongst others.
1861North America • USA 
Osborn & Durbec’s Southern Stereoscopic Depot (Charleston, S.C.)
Sumter after the bombardment 
1861, April
Fort Sumter in Charleston is fired on by Confederate guns commencing the hostilities of the American Civil War (1861-1865). The fort surrenders after 33 hours of shelling and miraculously nobody on either side was killed or seriously injured. (12 April 1861) [Read about]
1861North America • MexicoFrench forces are defeated in Mexico at the Battle of Peubla.
1861Africa • West AfricaBritish establish a colony at Lagos in west Africa
1861Europe • ItalyProclamation of the Kingdom of Italy brought about by the Risorgimento.
1864Europe • DenmarkPrussian and Austrian forces attack Denmark.
1865North America • USA 
Brady's National Photographic Portrait Galleries (New York & Washington DC)
Funeral car of the late beloved President Lincoln (Manuscript title on verso) [Detail] 
President Abraham Lincoln is assassinated in the Ford Theater in Washington by John Wilkes Booth. (14 April 1865)
1866EuropeThe Austro-Prussian War leads to Austria breaking away from the German states and the establishment of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1867.

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