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John Bachelder (1825-1894) was a painter, lithographer, photographer and historian. Early in his career he produced an important and appealing body of work depicting sites and cities in the northeastern United States. On his own initiative he traveled to Gettysburg immediately after the battle, where he spent no fewer than 84 days traversing the field, making sketches, and interviewing witnesses to the events. Later that year he published a spectacular and detailed bird’s-eye view of Gettysburg, his first published depiction of the battlefield. He went on to become the preeminent 19th-century historian of the battle and for years served as director of the Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association.

 

Place/Date:
New York / 1860 circa
Size:
30 x 24 inches
Condition:
VG
Stock#:
37029

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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876
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Washington / 1876 (1880 ca)
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Washington / 1876 (1880 ca)
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