Swamp on the Road from Little Washington to Rawle's Mills
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Title: Swamp on the Road from Little Washington to Rawle's Mills
Creator: Reed, William Garrison
Subject: Washington (N.C.)
Rawles Mills (N.C.)
Description: Reed further described this photograph as "Through Long Swamp from Little Washington to Rawle's Mills.--This was the first water that the regiment had to wade through in 1862. Then it was deep, nearly up to the plank walk for half a mile. When this picture was taken, one could have passed through without wetting his feet. The man on the left is 'Joe Chauncy.' McIntire and a Mr. Adams are on the plank, watching the movements of a moccasin snake." He also stated, "The plank walks to the right of the pictures 595 [this photo] and 585 [xxv.30] show the provision in that section of the country to enable pedestrians to pass through the swamps or over narrow or shallow streams without wading."
Date: October 1884
Format: 7-13/16x6 inches (199x150 mm)
Source: Donated by William Garrison Reed, 1926.
Relation: One image from a collection of 48 images in a photo album.
Coverage: Washington (N.C.), Rawles Mills (N.C.)
Rights: Permission to use this photograph must be obtained from the New Bern-Craven County Public Library, 400 Johnson Street, New Bern, NC 28560. Must cite as: William Garrison Reed Photo Album, New Bern-Craven County Public Library.
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Images scanned and text prepared by Victor T. Jones, Jr.
This page last edited on 19 Aug 09.