Valentine Expedition to North Carolina, 1880s

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Title

Valentine Expedition to North Carolina, 1880s

Description

A group expedition, led by Mann Satterwhite Valentine II (1824–1892), pictured sixth from right, pose for an unknown photographer at an unknown location sometime in the 1880s. Valentine, with his brother, the sculptor Edward Virginius Valentine (1838–1930), led a number of such expeditions to western Virginia and North Carolina with the intention of excavating suspected Indian mounds for artifacts. The owner of Valentine's Meat-Juice in Richmond, Mann Valentine died in 1892. His brother opened the city's first private museum in 1898.

Creator

Unknown

Source

Valentine Richmond History Center

Date

ca. 1880s

Coverage

nineteenth century
North Carolina
Virginia

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Photograph

Physical Dimensions

5" x 8"

Files

IMG_022993.jpg

Citation

Unknown, “Valentine Expedition to North Carolina, 1880s,” Virginia Indian Archive, accessed September 24, 2021, https://virginiaindianarchive.org/items/show/248.

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