1 edition of John Brown photo chronology found in the catalog.
John Brown photo chronology
Includes bibliographical references (p. 92-93).
|LC Classifications||E451 .L72 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||2010275730|
John Brown 1 photographic print: salted paper. | Photograph showing three-quarter length portrait of John Brown, with beard, facing slightly right. Contributor: Black, James Wallace - Black & Batchelder - Lawrence, Martin M. Date: The sequence of popular depictions of John Brown, on his way to the gallows, stopping to kiss a negro baby offers a graphic demonstration of the development of the John Brown legend, although the incident upon which these depictions are based was a fabrication by reporters of the New York Tribune.
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In one fateful night, John Brown brought the country closer to Civil War. There’s no record that the picture was ever published, says Shumard, untilmore than 70 years after it was made.
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The book is of interest to Brown scholars, as well as students of the history of photography. Despite problems with the organization.
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by Jean Libby, author and curator. for teachers and researchers. Text panel 1. John Brown used photographs to promote and recruit for his organization and plans to end slavery in the United States.
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