American Image: Photographing One Hundred Fifty Years in the Life of a Nation

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Contemporary Books, 1989 - Photography - 266 pages
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An evocative celebration of the 150th anniversary of photography chronicles the history of the American experience from pre-Civil War days to the present in four hundred superlative photographs that document the historical events, landscape, and people of America.

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American image: photographing one hundred fifty years in the life of a nation

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Among the many salutes to photography's sesquicentennial published this year, here are two more. Images of America lacks a clear purpose or audience and is further marred by confusing organization and ... Read full review

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A fine collection of black and white photos illustrating some of America's many era and people. Read full review

Contents

The Early Years
17
The Civil War
27
Moving West
43
Copyright

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