Mathew Brady: Photographing the Civil War
Find out about this photographer's role in the Civil War. How did he go from "Brady of Broadway" to being the first photojournalist? Why was it hard to take pictures on the battlefield with early cameras? Through the photos and drawings of Brady and other photographers and illustrators, readers will learn about the Civil War and some of the bloodiest battles that took place.
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