Commanders Series
 
  Prints commemorating the leaders who took the responsibility for command. A cameo of the commander, his signature, and a quote from him is printed on the lower left border of each print.  
 

Beckoning Thunder
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Beckoning Thunder
 
General Ambrose Powell Hill leading the Light Division of Jacksonís Corps across Beotlerís Ford.


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Cleburne at Franklin
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Cleburne at Franklin
 
This fine print shows superbly the very spirit of General Patrick Cleburne, and the great Army of Tennessee.
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Desperate Valor
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Desperate Valor
 
General John Bell Hood leading the 4th Texas Regiment through the Union Line at the Battle of Gaines Mill.


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Double Canister
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Double Canister
 
General James Longstreet holding the horses for his staff while they worked Millerís Battery of the Washington Artillery.


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Hancock's Ride
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Hancock's Ride
 
Maj. Gen. Winfield S. Hancock rides the Federal line preceding Pickettís Charge.


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Heavy Task Before Us
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Heavy Task Before Us
 
Brig. Gen. John Buford meets with Col. William Gamble.


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Hold At All Costs
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Hold At All Costs
 
Col. Joshua Chamberlain and the 20th Maine hold the left flank of the Army of the Potomac.


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Men of Iron
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Men of Iron
 
Col. Henry Morrow and the Iron Brigadeís 24th MI fight a desperate delaying action back to Seminary Ridge.


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Reynolds
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Reynolds
 
Major General John F. Reynolds instructs Captain James Hall of the 2nd Maine Light Artillery Regiment.


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Ride To Glory
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Ride To Glory
 
John C. Pelham leading Stuartís horse artillery to the support of Jackson at Sharpsburg.


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Sound The Charge
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Sound The Charge
 
Nathan Bedford Forrest at the death of his younger brother, making a decision to charge the enemy position.


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