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"Coming into the Lines."

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Identifier: P0822-3075

Title: "Coming into the Lines."

Description: Print of a carriage being drawn by an ox, mule, and horse. In the carriage are six African Americans, some of which are women and children. In the foreground to the left are two soldiers sitting in front of a wooden shelter. There is a man riding the mule and another leading the horse. "Coming into the lines." (written below image). "Copy-righted 1876 by E. Forbes." and "PLATE 30." (printed below image).

Rights: UND

Place: United States

Dates: 1876

Type(s): Copper Plate Etching
Image

Maker/Creator: Edwin Forbes

Subjects: copper plate etching
Edwin Forbes
horizontal
black and white
outdoors
Civil War, 1861-1865
Men
Women
Children
African Americans
Soldiers
Horses
mule
carriage
Armed Forces
Trees

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