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Distant thunder: A photographic essay on the American civil war

by Brian C. Pohanka, Sam Abell (Photographer)

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Photographs of Sam Abell paired with archival photographs of soldiers, camp life and the aftermath of battle, follow the Civil War from Fort Sumter to the Appomattox Court House.
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The civil war is a very sad story. Why not just let the fuckers go? Then help the slaves escape. ( )
  mahallett | Feb 20, 2017 |
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