By R. Joe on Thursday, 25 June 2015
Category: R. Joe's Archaeology, Anthropology and CRM News

The Civil War - An excellent series of Then & Now superimposed photos.

Devil's Den

Corpses at Devil's Den after the battle of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania, 1863. Today, it is a tourist attraction.

‘Photographers would come along with their wagons and set up on the battlefield. They'd drag bodies to different places and pose them. It was a very new medium, so everything was fair game.’ Angela Atkinson, ranger at Gettysburg National Military Park

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