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These Are Some Of The Earliest Photographs Of The USA

Daguerreotype of the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. (1846) - One of the earliest photographs of the U.S. Capitol building, taken by John Plumbe Jr.

Daguerreotype of Broadway, New York City (1848) - A street scene showing the bustling activity of Broadway in the mid-19th century.

Daguerreotype of Independence Hall, Philadelphia (1840s) - An early photograph of the historic building where the Declaration of Independence was adopted.

Daguerreotype of Mount Rushmore (circa 1850s) - A rare early photograph showing the mountain before the famous presidential sculptures were carved.

Daguerreotype of New Orleans (1840s) - A view of the city's French Quarter, showing the distinctive architecture and street life of the time.

Daguerreotype of Niagara Falls (1840s) - One of the earliest photographs of the iconic waterfall, showing its majestic beauty.

Daguerreotype of San Francisco (1851) - A view of the city's waterfront, showing ships in the harbor and the bustling activity of the Gold Rush era.

Daguerreotype of Yosemite Valley (1850s) - An early photograph of the stunning natural beauty of Yosemite, captured before it became a national park.

Daguerreotype of Charleston, South Carolina (1840s) - A view of the city's historic district, showing the antebellum architecture and lush greenery.

Daguerreotype of the White House, Washington, D.C. (1846) - An early photograph of the presidential residence, taken during the administration of James K. Polk.

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