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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8372 9411
Name: 
Barnard, G. N.
Barnard, George N.
Barnard, George N. (American photographer, 1819-1902)
Barnard, George Norman
George N. Barnard
George N. Barnard (American photographer)
George N. Barnard (Amerikaans fotograaf (1819-1902))
George N. Barnard (photographe américain)
George N. Barnard (US-amerikanischer Fotograf)
Dates: 
1819-1902
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author
Related names: 
Brady, Mathew B. (approximately 1823-1896)
coonley jacob f
Davis, Keith F. (1952-...)
E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm)
Gardner & Gibson
O'Sullivan, Timothy H. (1840-1882)
Reekie, John
Russell, Andrew J.
Smith, William Morris
Soule, John P.
Watkins, Carleton E. (1829-1916)
Titles: 
Calhoun's grave, St. Philip's Ch'yard, Charleston, S.C.
City of Atlanta, Ga., no. 2
Fort Sumter after the bombardment
Interior of Fort Sumter
Maj. Gen. Sherman and staff. This view was taken in the trenches before Atlanta, Ga.
Outside view, Fort Sumter
Photographic views of Sherman's campaign
Preparing for the "March to the Sea"
Railroad depot at Nashville, Tenn.
Railroad locomotives, railroad operations, and railroad bridges and equipment
Rebel fortifications, Atlanta, Ga.
Rebel look-out, Bolivar Point
[Recueil. Photographies positives. Oeuvre de George N. Barnard]
Reduced-scale copies of photographs by George N. Barnard, 1861-1865(?)
Refugees leaving the old homestead
Reg't. Michigan Engineers & Mechanics destroying R.R. track in Atlanta. Ruins of the car shed to right hand
Ruins of old brick church, Hampton, Va. The oldest church in America
Ruins of Rolling Mill and cars destroyed by rebels on evacuation of Atlanta, Ga.
Ruins of Secession Hall, Charleston, S.C.
Ruins of the northeastern railway depot, Charleston
Ruins of the passenger station, (car shed), Atlanta, Ga. - Nov. 1864
Sally port (outside), Fort Moultrie, Sullivans Island
Savannah, Ga., no. 2
Sea face of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), looking toward Morris Island
Selected civil war photograph collection (Library of Congress)
Sherman's men destroying railroad
slave market, Atlanta, Ga., The
Soldiers' graves, Bull Run Battlefield, Va.
Stereographs from the series Views in Cuba
Trout House and Masonic Hall, Marrietta St., Atlanta, Ga.
Umbrella Rock -- Lookout Mountain
Union prisoners burying ground, Charleston, S.C.
View from an elevation in front of the Capitol, Nashville, Tenn., looking west over the battle field on the first day of the fight, Dec. 15th, 1864
View of Atlanta, Ga., October 1864, from the Female Academy
View of battlefield. Peach Tree Creek, Ga.
View of Fort Moultrie
View of Fort Sumpter (i.e. Sumter), showing the debris, shot, and shell
View of large rebel fort east of W. & A. R.R. Potter's House in the right background, Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 1864
View of railroad depot and surroundings, Atlanta, Ga.
View on Battery, Charleston, S.C.
View on Meeting St., Charleston, S.C., looking south, showing St. Michael's church, the Mills House, ruins of Central Church and Theatre in ruins in the foreground
View on the top of Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
Views from Confederate fort on Peachtree street looking south, towards the city, Atlanta, Georgia
Views of Civil War fortifications, gun emplacements, breastworks, with and without personnel
Visual materials from the O.M. Poe papers
Water Battery of Fort Johnson, James Island, S.C.
Where General McPherson was killed
Winter quarters of the rebel army, at Manassas, Va., 1862
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BOWKER
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