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Topic: panoramic photographs

1849
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[Kamara Heights in the distance, artillery waggons in the foreground]

[Kamara Heights in the distance, artillery waggons in the foreground]

View of plateau of Sevastopolʹ showing rows of caissons, with tents on the plains in the background.

Victoria Harbor, Vancouver Island, taken from the church hill, 1859

Victoria Harbor, Vancouver Island, taken from the church hill, 1859

Photograph shows view of settlement of Victoria on Vancouver Island, British Columbia; this is the third part of a six part panoramic photograph of Victoria.

Headquarters and barracks of Col. Morgan's Regt.

Headquarters and barracks of Col. Morgan's Regt.

Photograph shows Union soldiers engaged in a training exercise or inspection, Fort Prentiss, Cairo, Illinois.

[The Brighton Beach Hotel, Brooklyn, N.Y., being moved away from beach front]

[The Brighton Beach Hotel, Brooklyn, N.Y., being moved away from beach...

Hotel moved using flatcars on 20 railroad tracks, pulled by locomotives.

Entrance to Coos Bay--Present extent of jetty--Coos Head on left; Cape Arago in distance--View from Fossil Point

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