Mary Tippee or Tebe. Vivandere with Collis Zouaves, Gettysburg, ca. 1863. Photograph attributed to Charles J. and Isaac G. Tyson. Location: Tyson Brothers studio in Gettysburg, PA. Image date: ca. 1863. Note: a vivandere (AKA vivandiere), or a sutler, was a woman camp follower who provided soldiers with provisions, or served as laundress, nurse, or cook. Mary Tippee was a vivander who travelled with the 114th Pennsylvania Regiment (the Zouaves) during the Civil War.
Image ID: 001683
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