“Shoal at Fort Livingston” 8×10 Ilford double weight silver gelatin paper mounted on white 11×14 acid free mounting board. Fort Livingston was a 19th-century coastal defense fort located on Grand Terre Island in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. The fort was named after Edward Livingston who had held positions as Mayor of New York City, U.S. Senator from Louisiana, and U.S. Secretary of State under President Andrew Jackson.

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