These haunting images of battlefields and ruined mansions reflect one of the Civil War's most devastating military campaigns. Originally published in a now-rare collector's edition in 1866, this complete portfolio of works by the only photographer known to have accompanied Sherman on his march to the... read more
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These haunting images of battlefields and ruined mansions reflect one of the Civil War's most devastating military campaigns. Originally published in a now-rare collector's edition in 1866, this complete portfolio of works by the only photographer known to have accompanied Sherman on his march to the sea features 68 historic photographs.
Reprint of the Wynkoop and Hallenbeck, New York, 1866 edition.
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