|"Barricades on Rue Saint-Maur. Before the attack, June 25, 1848." Caption source.|
|"The Barricade in rue Saint-Maur-Popincourt after the attack by General Lamoricière's troops, Monday 26 June 1848." Caption source.|
Time-lapse daguerreotype views of Rue Saint-Maur in Paris during the French Revolution of 1848 taken a day apart on June 25/26, 1848. Rebels are seen behind barricades in the June 25th view who might be in the middle of strengthening them. In the June 26th view, a mass of French soldiers and artillery are visible. This scene was photographed after General Christophe Léon Louis Juchault de Lamoricière's troops captured the street from the rebels. It looks as though the two closer barricades have been knocked down to some extent in this view. Both views are by French daguerreotypist Thibault.