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Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
December 18th, 1814 AD (search for this): entry kaufman-theodore
Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging. Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
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Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
Munich (Bavaria, Germany) (search for this): entry kaufman-theodore
Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany) (search for this): entry kaufman-theodore
Kaufman, Theodore 1814- Artist; born in Nelsen, Hanover, Dec. 18, 1814; studied painting in Munich and Hamburg; came to the United States in 1855, and served during the Civil War in the National army. Later he settled in Boston. His works include General Sherman near the Watchfire; On to liberty; A Pacific Railway train attacked by Indians; Slaves seeking shelter under the flag of the Union; Admiral Farragut entering Harbor through torpedoes; and Farragut in the rigging.
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