Timothy H. O'Sullivan

American, born Ireland (New York City, New York, 1840 - 1882, Staten Island, New York)

Fugitive Negro Family Fording Rappahannock River, Near Farquier [sic] Court ...

1862
photograph | three albumen prints mounted to board
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  • Fugitive Negro Family Fording Rappahannock River, Near Farquier [sic] Court ...

    Timothy H. O'Sullivan, Fugitive Negro Family Fording Rappahannock River, Near Farquier [sic] Court ..., 1862; three albumen prints mounted to board, 10 1/16 in. x 12 in. (25.56 cm x 30.48 cm); Collection of the Sack Photographic Trust;


10 1/16 in. x 12 in. (25.56 cm x 30.48 cm)
Collection of the Sack Photographic Trust

Tags

Virginia, African American, rivers, crossing, wagons


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