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Brahmaputra River and that over the course of the next century several thousand photographs were taken in these mountains on the northeast- ern frontier of India. This unlikely photographic documentation of tribal life was created by many different, unrelated hands and motivated by a va- riety of aims

In: Through the Eye of Time

In this capacity, he pho- tographed the British forces at the Crimean front in 1855–56, gaining a penchant for war photogra- phy and the military life.43 He soon embarked on his own independent career, traveling to Northern In- dia in the aftermath of the Sepoy rebellion and thereafter joining the

In: A Career of Japan

the Ainu as a resil- ient people living in harmony with nature. From the late 1860s, European-language studies and popular accounts proliferated on the Ainu, along with a con- comitant market for their ethnographic goods and a macabre trade in skeletal remains.64 Within the con- text of this vast

In: A Career of Japan

Recent new research conducted by the author 1 employed a prosopographical method (the study of a group with similar biographical characteristics), collecting information from a variety of sources that provided basic life path details, as well as giving greater substance to the group members

In: Applied Arts in British Exile from 1933

something more than local recognition is only a shade less crass than enumerating industries or counting factory chimneys. A chief function of the arts is the interpretative function and it must be in a truly American art that the life of America is mirrored, realized, and critically examined. And to

In: Pictorial Photography and the American West, 1900-1950