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Developed before the Civil War, photography provided a new method of recording historic events. While it thrived in the North through the efforts of Matthew Brady and others, no Southern photographer left a comparable archive. This was because many photographers went out of business, became soldiers, or had difficulty getting supplies because of the Union blockade. What remains in the state are photographs of soldiers.