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  • {{Image|Moving_panorama.jpg|right|600px|Diagram showing the mechanism of a moving panorama, from ''Scientific American'', 1848}} ...om public view. In contrast to [[Panoramic painting|fixed panoramas]], the moving panorama almost always had a narrator, styled as its "Delineator" or "Professor", wh
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  • *[http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/3aa/3aa66.htm "Movies for Manifest Destiny: The Moving Panorama Phenomenon in America"] by Dr. Kevin J. Avery. ...1m487.htm The Portland Museum of Art] has an excellent page on the ''Grand Moving Panorama of Pilgrim's Progress'', with numerous illustrations.
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  • *[http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/3aa/3aa66.htm "Movies for Manifest Destiny: The Moving Panorama Phenomenon in America"] by Dr. Kevin J. Avery. ...1m487.htm The Portland Museum of Art] has an excellent page on the ''Grand Moving Panorama of Pilgrim's Progress'', with numerous illustrations.
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  • ...to enormous canvas paintings which were scrolled past the viewer in a ''[[moving panorama]]'', an extension of an idea that was familiar in the hand-held [[landscape ...ost notable rediscovered panorama in the [[United States]] was the [[Great Moving Panorama of Pilgrim's Progress]], which was found in storage at the [[York Institute
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  • {{Image|Moving_panorama.jpg|right|600px|Diagram showing the mechanism of a moving panorama, from ''Scientific American'', 1848}} ...om public view. In contrast to [[Panoramic painting|fixed panoramas]], the moving panorama almost always had a narrator, styled as its "Delineator" or "Professor", wh
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  • ...l, and theatrical performers and managers. Mr. Somerby operated several [[Moving panorama|moving panoramas]] under the management of [[Boston]]'s George K. Goodwin,
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  • ...also home to a wide variety of other entertainments, including numerous [[Moving Panorama|moving panoramas]], dioramas, and lectures.
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