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- Alexander Gardner was a Scottish photographer who emigrated to the United States in 1856, where he began to work full-time in that profession. He is best known for his photographs of the American Civil War, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, and the execution of the conspirators to Lincoln's assassination.
- Alexander Gardner: Alexander Haughton Campbell Gardner was a traveller, soldier and mercenary. He travelled to Afghanistan and Punjab and served in various military positions in the region.
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The Early Republic and Antebellum America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History (2015)
An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History by Christopher G. Bates
In 1866, George Barnard«s Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign and Alexander Gardner«s The Photographic Sketchbook of the Civil War were published. Amid calls for artists to help heal the wounds of war, these albums helped ...
A Dictionary of Symbols (1971)
by Juan Eduardo Cirlot
Alexander Gardner. 100 photos taken on field during the Civil War. Famous shots of Manassas Harper's Ferry, Lincoln, Richmond, slave pens, etc. 244pp.
To which is Prefixed, a Dissertation on the Origin of the Scottish Language by John Jamieson
ALEXANDER GARDNER, PUBLISHER, PAISLEY.
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