Historical Art of Battle of Gettysburg

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The view from behind the Stone Wall, Fredericksburg, Virginia, December 1862 Military Art, Military History, Battle Of Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg Virginia, Civil War Art, Southern Heritage, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Civilization
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American Civil War art by Mark Maritato.

THE ANGLE - General Lewis A. Armstead - Pickett's Charge - Battle of Gettysburg by Mark Maritato

THE ANGLE - General Lewis A. Armstead - Pickett's Charge - Battle of Gettysburg Painting by Mark Maritato

ACW- Union: Fighting on the Ridges, by Dale Gallon. Gettysburg, PA, July 1863 - Iverson’s Brigade & the Union First Corps. Military Art, Military History, Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg Battlefield, Civil War Art, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Historical Art, Le Far West
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At Gettysburg

At Gettysburg

The Confederacy, the true heroes of the American Civil War. The Confederacy, the true heroes of the American Civil War.

The Confederacy, the true heroes of the American Civil War.

"Hood's Texans: Battle of Gettysburg, July by Mark Maritato. despite vigorous protest to move around the Union left Longstreet refused to alter Lee's original orders. Hood leads his Texans in a frontal assault.

Hood's Brigade at Gettysburg

"Hold at All Costs" by Bradley Schemel: Vincent to Chamberlain on the arrival of the Maine at Little Round Top, Gettysburg, July 1863

"Hold at All Costs" by Bradley Schemel: Vincent to Chamberlain on the arrival of the 20th Maine at Little Round Top, Gettysburg, July 2, 1863

GETTYSBURG (Day Pickett's Charge - The Old Miss Greys, a company of students in the Mississippi Inf, charges Union lines, suffering casualties ("Imperishable Glory" by Dale Gallon). Civil War Flags, Civil War Art, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Flag, Military Art, Military History, American Civil War, American History, South Carolina

Imperishable Glory - University Greys | Classic Aviation & War Art, LLC

IMPERISHABLE GLORY by Dale Gallon Overall Print Size: 22" x 31" Edition Size: 500 The University Greys, a Compan | Classic Aviation & War Art, LLC

“The Maine and Alabama, Little Round Top” [[MORE]] Colonel Joshua Chamberlain and the Maine on Little Round Top (Background) defending the left of the Union line against the attack of Colonel William Oates and the Alabama. American Civil War, American History, Alabama, Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg Battlefield, Maine, Civil War Art, Southern Heritage, Washington Dc Travel
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The Official Dale Gallon Website

The Official Dale Gallon Website - Buy direct from the artist.

General Garnett with Colonel Porter Alexander just before the advance on Cemetery Ridge, Gettysburg July Garnett would not survive the attack. Military Art, Military History, American Civil War, American History, Civil War Art, Confederate States Of America, Confederate Flag, Civil War Photos, Historical Art

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We Gained Nothing But Glory - Bradley Schmehl Gettysburg July 1863

Barksdales Charge: The True High Tide Of The Confederacy At Gettysburg July 2 1863 free ebook Confederate States Of America, America Civil War, Confederate Flag, Military Art, Military History, Civil War Art, Civil War Photos, Historical Art, Le Far West

TCW4 - Barksdale's Charge

The interpretive museum of the Adams County Historical Society encourages visitors to open a basement door in the new museum, to get an idea of what Gettysburg resident Sarah Brodhead saw. The painting here shows a small number of wounded soldiers who crawled into the building's basement July 2 and 3, but were unable to get out of several inches of water that flooded the basement and engulfed them July 4. Historical Art, Historical Society, American Civil War, American History, Gettysburg Pennsylvania, Gettysburg Battlefield, Civil War Art, Confederate States Of America, Civil Wars

The interpretive museum of the Adams County Historical Society encourages visitors to open a basement door in the new museum, to get an idea of what Gettysburg resident Sarah Brodhead saw. The painting here shows a small number of wounded soldiers who crawled into the building's basement July 2 and 3, but were unable to get out of several inches of water that flooded the basement and engulfed them July 4.

Returning to Gettysburg 50 years later Civil War Heroes, Civil War Art, American Civil War, American History, Joshua Chamberlain, Historical Art, Gettysburg, Commonwealth, Pennsylvania
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Returning to Gettysburg 50 years later

View the currently available historical prints from painter Tim Kurtz Civil War Art, Virtual Museum, Historical Art, Gettysburg, American Civil War, Military Art, Warfare, Army, History
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East Cavalry Field - July 3, 1863

"Sunrise Strategy": Generals R. Lee, Longstreet, A. Lutheran Theological Seminary , Gettysburg, PA - July Print by John Paul Strain. Civil War Art, Southern Heritage, America Civil War, Civil War Photos, Historical Art, Gettysburg, Military Art, Military Service, Civilization
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The Historic Art of John Paul Strain