Hammatt Billings

Architect

1818 – 1874

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Who was Hammatt Billings?

Charles Howland Hammatt Billings was an artist and architect from Boston, Massachusetts.

Among his works are the original illustrations for Uncle Tom's Cabin, the National Monument to the Forefathers, the Civil War monument in Concord, Mass., and the 19th-century granite canopy for the Plymouth Rock memorial. He worked for some years with his brother Joseph Edward Billings, also an architect.

He was the artist of one of the well-noted portrayals of the Battle of Lexington.

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Born
1818
Also known as
  • Charles Howland Hammatt Billings
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Died
1874

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on July 23, 2013

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