An old article from Confederate Veteran Magazine, discussing some Choctaw Confederates and an incident where captured Choctaws were paraded around for their humiliation and the amusement of New York City residents. (Pictured: Post-war Choctaw Light Horsemen. No war time pictures are known to exist.)
The Walnut Elephant, a creation of the dynamic Frank Wiggins, brought lasting fame to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. The celebrated animal was originally built for Los Angeles’ exhibit at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893. (L.A. Area Chamber collection)
This replica of Hancock Manor, the Beacon Hill home of Declaration of Independence signer and Governor of Massachusetts, John Hancock, was built for the Chicago World's Fair in 1893 where it served as a museum.