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2020

Defense of the Ridge

Chattanooga, Tennesssee – Missionary Ridge – November 25, 1863 – The Union forces under the command of General U.S. Grant that originally was planned as a limited assault to take the Rebel rifle pits at the base of the ridge turned into a general attack on the entire Confederate line. This victory of Missionary Ridge secured Chattanooga for the Federal Forces.

$285.00 – $1,500.00

 

Blaze at the Bliss Farm

Gettysburg, PA - July 1, 1863 – The marching columns of two Union army corps were hurrying to the north and west of Gettysburg. Called to engage Confederates descending on the town, these soldiers passed the farmstead of William and Adaline Bliss. The Bliss Farm included a Pennsylvania bank barn with walls of mortared stone and brick. "Expensively and elaborately built...a citadel in itself." The farm's two story frame and log house of weatherboard siding stood 90 paces to the north".

$285.00 – $1,500.00

 

Now is your Time

Grant & Thomas at the Battle of Missionary Ridge - November 25, 1863 - The Battle of Missionary Ridge was fought as part of the Chattanooga Campaign. "Now is Your Time" shows General U.S. Grant conversing with Major General George Henry Thomas on Orchard Knob. Grant informs Thomas that he should attack the Confederate center on Missionary Ridge. This attack results in total withdrawal of the Southern forces under General Braxton Bragg.

$285.00 – $1,500.00

 

2019

We'll Whip'em Tomorrow

Shiloh, Tennessee – April 7, 1862 after Midnight – We'll Whip'em Tomorrow depicts General Ulysses S. Grant conversing with General William Tecumseh Sherman after the Union setback on the first day's Battle of Shiloh. Sherman says "It’s been the devil's own day" and Grant replies "lick'em tomorrow, though".

$285.00 – $1,500.00

 

Surrender at Bennett’s Place

Bennett’s Place, NC – April 17 - 26, 1865 – General William Tecumseh Sherman receiving the surrender of the Western Confederate Army from General Joseph E. Johnston & Major General John Breckinridge, Secretary of War for the Confederacy. This surrender followed Lee’s Surrender at Appomattox which was April 9, 1865. Johnston’s Army was the Western Army while Lee’s was the Eastern Army of the Confederacy.

$285.00 – $1,500.00

 

Gould’s Breakthrough at Petersburg

Petersburg, VA – Early in the morning of April 2, 1865 – Captain Charles Gould of the 5th Vermont Volunteer Infantry is shown valiantly leading the Union attack of the 6th Corps that results in the withdrawal of the Confederate Army at Petersburg. Gould received the Congressional Medal of Honor for this action on July 30, 1890.

$285.00 – $1,500.00

 

2018

Sharpshooters at Slyder Farm

Gettysburg, PA – July 2, 1863 – Second United States Sharpshooters (Berdan Sharpshooters) slowing Hood’s Division’s advance near the Slyder Farm

$285.00 - $1,500.00

 

Other Recent Works

Pickett’s Charge – Gettysburg’s 150th Anniversary Print

Gettysburg, PA - July 3, 1863 – Pickett’s Charge – Lt. Alonzo Cushing fires canister at Garnett’s Brigade of Pickett’s Division, Army of Northern Virginia.

$160.00 – $1,500.00

 

 

Minnesota Forward

Gettysburg, PA - Sundown July 2, 1863 – Along the upper reaches of Plum Run west of Cemetery Ridge, Major General Winfield Scott Hancock orders the 1st Minnesota to advance in a desperate attempt to hold the Union line.

$285.00 – $1,500.00

 

 

SONS OF THE CONFEDERACY

Gettysburg, PA – July 3, 1863 - Pickett’s Charge – Dale Gallon painted this image of Pickett’s Charge to honor the bravery of the numerous unnamed Confederate soldiers at Gettysburg.

$285.00 – $520.00