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They would not even let Lindholm walk on their docks, but they gave him the name of a local commercial fisherman who might be willing to help photograph the junction of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. The friendly fisherman was happy to do so. From his boat they could see the confluence of the two rivers, but it was apparent that Bodmer had made his view from a point on a high deck of the steamer, whereas what we saw was much nearer the surface of the water. The Pentagon Barracks in Baton Rouge also posed a problem: because of the many trees in the park across the street from this building, replicating Bodmer’s scene was not feasible.
Indb 34 2/7/13 5:22 PM Bridge over Monocasa Creek at Bethlehem The photograph of this scene is similar to the one that accompanies View of Bethlehem on the Lehigh, in that great change has occurred to both since Bodmer rendered his painting and sketch. The steeple of the old church is barely visible above the newer brick buildings on the right side of the sketch. The Monocasa is visible, though masked by a thick growth of trees, and can be seen in the foreground and off to the left. A parking lot, a token of today’s automobile culture, replaces the wooded landscape on the other side of the creek.
The foreground also differs in the two studies, as does the scale of the stages bringing passengers to the boat, but the background features are otherwise much the same. The waterway pictured is Crosswicks Creek, a tributary to the Delaware that is downstream of this scene. indb 30 2/7/13 5:21 PM View on the Delaware River New Jersey Crosswicks Creek runs through both paintings and the photograph. Since Bodmer’s time a dense thicket of trees has grown behind the spot where the camera was set up, preventing a photograph being taken farther back.