From the August 25, 2016, Wilson (N.C.) Times "CSS Neuse featuring Civil War-era photography."
Photography was a fairly new art at the time of the Civil War. Early photograph images will be featured at the "Hands on History" program at 10 a.m. Saturday at the CSS Neuse Interpretive Center in Kinston.
They say you will learn the differences between daguerreotypy, ambrotype and tintype photos. This was the first major war in which photography played a role.
Formal portraits taken in the studio at the time often appear to be bathed in a brown or gray light-- that process will be explained. Plus, you can have your very own tintype taken.
The CSS Neuse Center is located at 100 N. Queen Street in Kinston. Admission to it is $5 for adults and $4 for seniors. It is part of the Division of State Historic Sites in the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.
See the Boat, Get Your Picture Taken. --Old B-Runner