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All sizes | Sebastopol from the sea - sketched from the deck of H.M.S. Sidon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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Sebastopol from the sea - sketched from the deck of H.M.S. Sidon
The Crimean War
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Technology at the time meant exposure times too long for 'action shots' so the first war photographs were mainly posed documentary and aftermath - Crimean War 1853 - 1856 Cornet Henry John Wilkin, 11th Hussars. Roger Fenton 1855
Crimean War, 1853-56: Cornet Henry John Wilkin, 11th Hussars; "Cornet" was the lowest rank of commissioned cavalry officer in the British army. Roger Fenton photo series.
Cornet Henry Wilkin, member of ‘Prince Albert’s Own’ 11th Hussars of the British Army, dressed for battle during the Crimean War in 1855 aga...
Crimean War 1853 - 1856 Cornet Henry John Wilkin, 11th Hussars. Roger Fenton 1855. Fenton served in The Artists Rifles.
Cornet assistant surgeon Henry Wilkin, 11th Hussars. He survived the Charge of the Light Brigade. Photographed by Roger Fenton.
Crimean War Photographs by Roger Fenton, 1855-Cornet Henry John Wilkin, 11th Hussars. LC-USZC4-9124
Cornet assistant Surgeon Henry Wilkin, 11th Hussars. He survived the Charge of the Light Brigade.
CRIMEAN WAR PHOTOGRAPHS by ROGER FENTON, MARCH-JUNE 1855 - Cornet Wilkin 11th Hussars
Cornet Henry John Wilkin, a British Hussar from the Crimean War
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Detail of Franz Roubaud's panoramic painting The Siege of Sevastopol (1904)-1853-1856- Crimean war pits Turkish, English and French troops against Russia.
The Crimean War & the WW ll Battle of #Sevastopol #Tour (Half Day Sevastopol Private & Shore #Excursion) On this tour, we’ll explore the tragic events of the Crimean War. The times, when devastated Sevastopol was making international headlines. The battles depicted in Tennyson’s “The Charge of the Light Brigade” & Leo Tolstoy’s “Sevastopol Tales”. The history repeated in 1942, when the city fell to the Natzis after a brutal 250-day siege. More odessawalks.com/Crimea-Walks.html
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A famous painting from a battle in the Crimean War.
THE OTHER CRIMEAN WAR HEROINE
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Mary Seacole did what few other women did in the Victorian age. She was a traveller. She ran a business. She went to a war. If people refused to help her, perhaps because of racial prejudice, she still did what she believed was right. She risked her life to help others. http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/news/mary-seacole/?ar_a=1
Mary Seacole. The real Florence Nightingale - sorry Flo. But honestly, Florence did the PR job whilst it was Jamaican born Mary who was doing the graft. And of course being a black nurse in Victorian England was not without it's difficulties. If you don't know about Mary Seacole ... find out.
Mary Jane Seacole (1805 – 14 May 1881), was a Jamaican nurse best known for her involvement in the Crimean War. She set up and operated boarding houses in Panama and the Crimea to assist in her desire to treat the sick. Seacole was taught herbal remedies and folk medicine by her mother, who kept a boarding house for disabled European soldiers and sailors. Confident that her knowledge of tropical medicine could be useful, a
Mary Seacole's reputation after the Crimean War (1853-1856) rivalled Florence Nightingale's. Unlike Nightingale, Seacole also had the challenge to have her skills put to proper use in spite of her being black. A born healer and a woman of driving energy, she overcame official indifference and prejudice. Risked her life to bring comfort to the wounded and dying soldiers; and became the first black woman to make her mark on British public life.
Mary Seacole - Crimean War Veteran nurse. Voted the Greatest Black Briton
Mary Seacole 1805-1881 - Pioneering Nurse and heroine of the Crimean War
Mary Seacole's reputation after the Crimean War (1853-1856)
Mary Seacole - legendary nurse of the Crimean War.
Croats in Crimean War
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The Crimean War, also known in Russian historiography as the Eastern War, took place from October of 1853 to February of 1856. During this conflict, Russia was defeated by the alliance of France, Britain, the Ottoman Empire, and Sardinia.
Un groupe de travailleurs croates . Photo Roger Fenton/Library of Congress) In Defense of Instagramming Conflict in Crimea - Uri Friedman - The Atlantic
Here for your browsing pleasure is an original picture of Croats in Crimean War. It was taken between 1855 and 1865 by Fenton, Roger, 1819-1869. The image shows A group of Croat laborers, seated and standing in front of building.
March 30, 1856 The Treaty of Paris is signed, ending the Crimean War.
Croats in Crimean War - Roger Fenton, 1855
Crimean War - Croatian infantry
1853–1856 yılları arasında Osmanlı İmparatorluğu, İngiltere, Fransa, Sardunya ile Rusya arasında meydana gelen Kırım Savaşı 19.yüzyılın en önemli olaylarından biridir. 240.000 kişinin hayatını kaybettiği savaş Rusya'nın yenilgisi ile sonuçlanmıştı. Kırım Savaşı sadece askeri ve politik bakımdan değil fotografçılık tarihi açısından da önemli bir tarihi olaydır. Fotoğrafçılığın emekleme günleri olmasına rağmen ilk savaş fotoğrafçılığı ve fotojurnalizm Kırım Savaşı sırasında Roger Fenton tarafından yapılmıştır. 1855 yılında 3 yardımcısı ile birlikte cepheye giden Fenton'un yanında hem laboratuvar hem de yatak odası olarak kullandıkları bir at arabası da bulunmaktaydı. Islak levha yöntemini kullandığı için eski bir şarap taşıma aracı olankapalı olan bu arabadan yararlanıyor ve karanlık oda olarak kullanıyordu. Ekipmanı beş fotograf makinesi, 700 cam levha, kimyasal maddeler ve muhtelif araç-gereçten oluşmaktaydı. Fenton üç aydan daha kısa bir sürede 300 den fazla negatif elde etti. Her ne kadar kullandığı fotograf yöntemi, aşırı sıcakta saatlerce çalışmasına olanak tanımasa da yine de birçok subay, asker, kamp yerleri, muharebeler yüzünden yanmış, yıkılmış yerlere ait birçok fotograf çekti. Her defasında Fotograf Arabasına geri döner, levhaları diğer kimyasal tanklara boşaltır, görüntüleri geliştirmek ve sabitlemek için, kuruyana kadar bir alev üzerinde gezdirir ve son olarak onları verniklerdi. Tüm bu işlem sırasında bir top güllesinin arabasına çarpıp kötü bir zamanda ışığı içeri almamasını ümit ederdi. Bu konuda çok şanslıydı, çünkü bu yalnızca bir kez başına geldi. Hasta ve koleraya yakalanmış bir halde İngiltere'ye dönen Fenton, üç aylık zorlu bir çalışmadan sonra 360 pozlanmış klişe getirmişti. Ancak bu görüntüler, savaşa dair hayli yanlış fikirler vermişlerdir; gerçekten de ateş hattının gerisinde iyi mevzilenmiş askerleri göstermektedirler. Çünkü Fenton'un gönderilmesi için gerekli para, kendisini gönderen şirket tarafından savaşanların ailelerini korkutmamak amacıyla savaşın dehşetini görüntülememesi koşuluyla sağlanmıştır. Dönüşünden sonra Fenton'un fotograflarını Londra ve Paris'te sergilediler. (Osmanlı Rus Savaşı'nda Kırım ve Türkiye Mektupları/ Roger Fenton Çeviren Sebla Küçük, Yirmidört yayınları)
ca. 1860, “Anonyme Un vétéran [Crimean War]
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A Veteran and his Wife 1860...my husband and I are 'A Veteran and his Wife", together since 1967, married 42 years in June...styles have changed, true love doesn't.
RP by http://Its.PracticalMagic.us British veteran and his wife. He is wearing a top hat, coat and medal, she a bonnet with ruffles, paisley shawl, and gloves. He appears to be wearing a British Crimean War medal with bars. (or maybe Waterloo) // Ambrotype,1860s RP #Anti-aging supplements, #skincare, distributorships #JeunesseGlobal - redefining youth.
A very intresting looking couple...Veteran of Waterloo with His Wife, 1850
What characters! Vintage photograph taken in 1860.
One happy couple!
The Light Brigade, from the Crimean War, 1854
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Crimean War 1853 - 1856 : Survivors from the Charge of the Light Brigade : 13th Light Dragoons photographed in 1855 by Roger Fenton
crimean war charge of the light brigade - 13th Hussars - Officers and men of the 13th Hussars-survivors of the Charge of the Light Brigade by Roger Fenton 1855 #crimean war #hussars
Crimean War- this was when Catherine the Great and Russia won the war agains the Turks, earning the right to land above the Black Sea and the warm water along the coast.
Roger Fenton - Survivors of the Charge of the Light Brigade – officers and men of the 13th Hussars, 1855. The photograph shows the Officers and men of the 13th Light Dragoons, survivors of the charge, photographed shortly after the battle.
Officers and men of the 13th Light Dragoons, survivors of the charge, photographed by Roger Fenton
Fenton13ltdragoons - Charge of the Light Brigade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Colonel Doherty, officers & men of the 13th Light Dragoons, Crimean War.
Charge of the Light Brigade - Roger Fenton, photographer
Mary Seacole - Crimean War Nurse and Hero
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UK: Mary Seacole (1805-1881) was an extraordinary woman. A Jamaican nurse and herbalist she was a true pioneer, breaking down stereotypes and walls of gender and race. She was a contemporary of Florence Nightingale but her achievements during the Crimean War far exceeded those of Nightingale. Mary Seacole was a heroine, risking her own life to save the lives of soldiers.
UK: Mary Seacole (1805-1881) the pioneering nurse and heroine of the Crimean War. Find out more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/seacole_mary.shtml
UK: Mary Seacole (1805-1881) the pioneering nurse and heroine of the Crimean War. Women we admire; influential women in history.
Mary Jane Seacole (1805 – 14 May 1881), sometimes known as Mother Seacole or Mary Grant, was a Jamaican nurse best known for her work in the Crimean War. She set up and operated boarding houses in Panama and the Crimea to assist in treating the sick. Seacole was taught herbal remedies and folk medicine by her mother who kept a boarding house for disabled European soldiers and sailors.
Mary Seacole, Jamaican Herbalist. During Crimean War performed surgery on the frontline and established the "British Hotel" providing supplies for soldiers and quarters for sick and infirmed. Lived in Clapham Park, London
Mary Seacole (1805-1881) Pioneering nurse and heroine of the Crimean. She walked amidst the dying and wounded on the battlefields, a woman who should never be forgotten. Too long in the shadow of Florence Nightingale.
Mary Seacole was a Jamaican nurse who risked her own life to treat the wounded in the Crimean War. She set the 'British Hotel' and worked round the clock to nurse the soldiers. Often she would go out into the field to treat them too. A remarkable woman who is, at last, getting some recognition for her hard and dangerous work.
Mary Jane Seacole (1805 – 14 May 1881), aka Mother Seacole or Mary Grant. "Jamaican nurse best known for her involvement in the Crimean War...After hearing of poor medical provisions for wounded soldiers during the Crimean War, she travelled to London to volunteer as a nurse" but was refused. Read her book the Wonderful Travel of Mary Seacole in Many Lands, she taught Florence Nightingale how to treat Cholera but Florence wouldn't hire her, they met briefly once.
Mary Seacole, Jamaican Herbalist (1805-1881)- from BBC HISTORY. Mary Jane Grant was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1805. Her father was a Scottish soldier, and her mother a Jamaican. Mary learned her nursing skills from her mother, who kept a boarding house for invalid soldiers. Although technically 'free', being of mixed race, Mary and her family had few civil rights - they could not vote, hold public office or enter the professions. In 1836, Mary married Edwin Seacole but the marriage was short-lived as he died in 1844. Seacole was an inveterate traveller, and before her marriage visited other parts of the Caribbean, including Cuba, Haiti and the Bahamas, as well as Central America and Britain. On these trips she complemented her knowledge of traditional medicine with European medical ideas. In 1854, Seacole travelled to England again, and approached the War Office, asking to be sent as an army nurse to the Crimea where there was known to be poor medical facilities for wounded soldiers. She was refused. Undaunted Seacole funded her own trip to the Crimea where she established the British Hotel near Balaclava to provide 'a mess-table and comfortable quarters for sick and convalescent officers'. She also visited the battlefield, sometimes under fire, to nurse the wounded, and became known as 'Mother Seacole'. Her reputation rivalled that of Florence Nightingale. After the war she returned to England destitute and in ill health. The press highlighted her plight and in July 1857 a benefit festival was organised to raise money for her, attracting thousands of people. Later that year, Seacole published her memoirs, 'The Wonderful Adventures of Mrs Seacole in Many Lands'.
Lord Cardigan leading the charge of the light brigade at the Battle of Balaclava
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While the Heavy Brigade engaged the Russian cavalry force in the South Valley, the Light Brigade was in position at the western end of the North Valley. Following its defeat by Scarlett’s brigade, the Russian cavalry recrossed the Causeway Heights into the North Valley, presenting an opportunity for the Light Brigade to attack them in flank and complete the rout begun by Scarlett’s charge. Lord Cardigan failed to take the opportunity.
Lord Cardigan leading the Light Brigade in the Charge
Lord Cardigan leading the charge of the light brigade
Lord Cardigan at the Battle of Balaclava 1854
Untitled (pencil + pen on paper) n.d. by Roger Arno by peacay, via Flickr
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coloured pencil sketch: naval helicopter on deck of aircraft carrier
Untitled (pencil + pen on paper) n.d. by Roger Arno
Hemispherum Martis Australe.
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(Hemispherum Martis Australe - Giovanni Schiaparelli #MappingMars #mars | http://universe113.blogspot.com
Giovanni Schiaparelli | La vita sul planeta Marte | Hemispherum Martis Australe (1893) #map #mars #1893
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Hemispherum Martis Australe – Giovanni Schiaparelli #Mapping Mars
Giovanni Schiaparelli - Hemispherum Martis Australe, 1886
Colwell Lead Company (New York, New York) 1912
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Colwell Lead Company (New York, New York) 1912; The Robert Biggert Collection of Architectural Vignettes on Commercial Stationery was donated to the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library by Robert Biggert in honor of Lisa Ann Riveaux. This unique collection of printed ephemera contains over 1,300 items with architectural imagery spanning the dates 1850 to 1920
Beautiful industrial and architectural letterheads from a bygone era Colwell Lead Company (New York, New York) 1912 by peacay, via Flickr
coloured 1912 plumbing business flyer depicting buildings + manufacturing plants
Colwell Lead Company (New York, New York) 1912 #vintage
The Tyco Tiger (Watercolor on Paper) 1972 by Chet Jezierski by peacay, via Flickr
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The Tyco Tiger (Watercolor on Paper) 1972 by Chet Jezierski
watercolour sketch: head-on view of aircraft carrier
Embyros of a California Gray Whale by peacay, via Flickr
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'The Marine Mammals of the North-Western Coast of North America' by Charles Melville Scammon, 1874. Embyros of a California Gray Whale
The marine mammals of the north-western coast of North America,. New York,J.H. Carmany;1874..
'The Marine Mammals of the North-Western Coast of North America' by Charles Melville Scammon,
Designed by Joseph Paxton, the Great Exhibition building was 1,851 feet (564 m) long, with an interior height of 128 feet (39 m). Because of the recent invention of the cast plate glass method in 1848, which allowed for large sheets of cheap but strong glass, it was at the time the largest amount of glass ever seen in a building and astonished visitors with its clear walls and ceilings that did not require interior lights, thus a "Crystal Palace".