Yasuka Goto

Yasuka Goto

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Early novelty photograph - man in oilskins and sou'wester stands at a ship's wheel prop against a painted ocean backdrop

Early novelty photograph - man in oilskins and sou'wester stands at a ship's wheel prop against a painted ocean backdrop

oilskin seafarer 1850s - Google Search

oilskin seafarer 1850s - Google Search

Civil War Generals

Civil War Generals

Civil War Duster pattern

Civil War Duster pattern

1860s Raincoat in a private collection. "The raincoat is made of the brown polished cotton usually seen in the linings of skirts and bodices.  However, it has been oiled to make the rain roll off it."

1860s Raincoat in a private collection. "The raincoat is made of the brown polished cotton usually seen in the linings of skirts and bodices. However, it has been oiled to make the rain roll off it."

The actual raincoat that General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was wearing when he was mistakenly shot by his own men in Chancellorsville, VA.

The actual raincoat that General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson was wearing when he was mistakenly shot by his own men in Chancellorsville, VA.

Kaishu Katsu

Kaishu Katsu

Ambrotype portrait of two Japanese samurai posing with their swords, c. 1867. By Hitomi Studio.

Ambrotype portrait of two Japanese samurai posing with their swords, c. 1867. By Hitomi Studio.

The First embassy of Japan to the United States,1860. The Kanrin Maru’s voyage from Uraga to San Francisco is often cited as the first crossing of the Pacific by a Japanese crew sailing a Japanese, however, the Kanrin Maru’s was not the first Pacific crossing by a Japanese ship and crew: at least three such journeys had been made in the 17th century, before Japan's period of isolation: those by Tanaka Shōsuke in 1610, Hasekura Tsunenaga in 1614, and Yokozawa Shōgen in 1616.

The First embassy of Japan to the United States,1860. The Kanrin Maru’s voyage from Uraga to San Francisco is often cited as the first crossing of the Pacific by a Japanese crew sailing a Japanese, however, the Kanrin Maru’s was not the first Pacific crossing by a Japanese ship and crew: at least three such journeys had been made in the 17th century, before Japan's period of isolation: those by Tanaka Shōsuke in 1610, Hasekura Tsunenaga in 1614, and Yokozawa Shōgen in 1616.

Japanese antique photograph.   Rishichi. It is the person who he begins being a Japanese, and became the subject. When a ship drifted, he was saved in an American ship and went to San Francisco. 1850.

Japanese antique photograph. Rishichi. It is the person who he begins being a Japanese, and became the subject. When a ship drifted, he was saved in an American ship and went to San Francisco. 1850.