July 3, 1863 Pickett’s Charge, Gettysburg – Dale Gallon painted this image of Pickett’s Charge to honor the bravery of the numerous unnamed Confederate soldiers at Gettysburg.
Pickett’s Charge ended the fighting at Gettysburg in a dramatic and unforgettable way. Of the approximately 12,000 southern men who began the charge, only a few hundred actually made it to and beyond the wall. Their determination produced a near success in the face of a hurricane of fire. Though the faces of the men have faded into obscurity, we must remember the soldiers’ courage, determination and undying devotion to duty. This painting is a tribute to those southern men who fought at Gettysburg that day.
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