• Marble Statue over Memorial Well, Cawnpore

    John Edward Sache

    Cawnpore (now known as Kanpur) was the site of brutal fighting in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. During the fighting, about 200 British subjects, mostly women and children, were massacred here, their b…

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  • Angel of the Resurrection

    Cawnpore (now known as Kanpur) was the site of brutal fighting in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. During the fighting, about 200 British subjects, mostly women and children, were massacred here, their b…

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  • Gateway & Memorial Garden, Cawnpore

    Cawnpore (now known as Kanpur) was the site of brutal fighting in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The Memorial Garden (now known as Nana Rao Park) is the site where about 200 British subjects, mostly wo…

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  • Residency, Lucknow

    This place in Lucknow, India was constructed in the late 18th century to serve as the residence of the British Resident General. It grew to contain a garrison of British soldiers (many with families)…

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  • Memorial Garden, Cawnpore

    John Edward Sache

    Cawnpore (now known as Kanpur) was the site of brutal fighting in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. During the fighting, about 200 British subjects, mostly women and children, were massacred here, their b…

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  • Ruins of the Residency, Lucknow

    John Edward Sache

    This place in Lucknow, India was constructed in the late 18th century to serve as the residence of the British Resident General. It grew to contain a garrison of British soldiers (many with families)…

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  • Haveluck's [Havelock's] Tomb - died at Lucknow, India

    Tomb and monument of Major General Sir Henry Havelock (1795-1857) in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. Havelock commanded British troops during the Indian Rebellion of 1857, but succumbed to disease shor…

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  • Sir Henry Lawrence Tomb

    This is a photograph of the Lawrence Memorial, not the Lawrence tomb as Grace Ward labeled it. The inscription reads: "In memory of Major-Gen. Sir Henry Lawrence, K.C.B., And the brave men who fell in…

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  • Cawnpore Well

    Cawnpore (now known as Kanpur) was the site of brutal fighting in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. During the fighting, about 200 British subjects, mostly women and children, were massacred here, their b…

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