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North and South: The Brothers War

North and South: The Brothers War

By (author) Kristoffersen


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  • A compelling photographic story of American Civil War re-enactment; documenting meticulous attention to detail across a worldwide Civil War Re-enactor community
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North and South, the Brothers War is an essay in photographs from the acclaimed Americana photographer Kristoffersen. This 128 page volume is a pictorial story of the American Civil War seen through the eyes of Kristoffersen and recreated by a huge cast of Civil War re-enactors. They say that every picture tells a story, and in this case it’s true; this is an exciting visual ‘thrill’ ride through the marching, marshalling, drilling, acrid smoke-filled battlefields, line upon line of muskets afire, the aftermath, and the haunting ghost-like figures. All of it is movingly captured here, in this tribute to America’s ‘War of Brothers’.

About the Author
Kristoffersen is an ardent observer and recorder of American life, with his many differing bodies of photographic work American Civil War, Native Americans, Cowboys, Hobos, and the Midway; published and exhibited throughout the United States and Europe.
KMW Studio
22nd May 2014
Paperback / softback
216 mm x 279 mm
128 Pages
color, 180 b&w
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