Introduction
George Norman Barnard (December 23, 1819 – February 4, 1902) was an American photographer most well known for his photographs from the American Civil War era. He is often noted as G. N. Barnard.
Wikidata
Q127916
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Introduction
Barnard was active as a daguerreotypist in Oswego, New York and Syracuse, New York in the 1850s. He is best known for his album of 61 albumen prints in 'Photographic Views of Sherman's Campaign' (pub. 1866) documenting the battlefields after Sherman's march through the South.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Photographer
Names
George N. Barnard, G. N. Barnard, George Norman Barnard, George Barnard
Ulan
500115186
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