CDV VIEW OF THE DIGGING OF THE DUTCH GAP CANAL ON THE JAMES RIVER

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This view shows a large group of soldiers working on the Dutch Gap Canal which was dug to change the course of the James River to bypass some Confederate forts. This view is often reproduced in many books on the war. The contrast is light but everything is visible. Image has some light soiling and the back shows evidence of a water stain. Back has orange revenue stamp and a period ink inscription that reads “Dutch Gap Canal.”  [ad]

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