“Little Photography in Jeffdom:” The Decline of Photography in the Civil War South
by James Brookes
Yesterday, the Emerging Civil War Blog posted a short piece I wrote on the decline of photography in the American South during the Civil War. Though the South already lagged behind its northern counterpart during the antebellum era, a multitude of factors caused by the Civil War severely constrained photographic creativity in the Confederacy.
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