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The Art of Don Troiani - Unconquered, 1st Tennessee Color-Bearer, 1863

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500 Signed/Numbered (SOLD OUT)
Overall: 31.75" x 24.5"
Image: 27.75" x 19"
$225.00

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50 Signed/Numbered
Overall: 31.75" x 24.5"
Image: 27.75" x 19"
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15 Signed/Numbered
Overall: 35" x 24"
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Early on the morning of July 1st, General Henry Heth started his division from around Cashtown to Gettysburg to find a much needed supply of shoes. The battle-hardened brigade of General James J.Archer's Tennessee & Alabama troops would lead the way. After marching about three miles Archer's column discovered Federal cavalry in a field off to their right front. The 5th Alabama Battalion marching at the front of the brigade, and two companies of the 13th Alabama were ordered out to form a skirmish line. 

Here Don Troiani shows the brave color bearer, Wiley Woods of Company F, defiantly waving the regimental standard in the face of the foe to show although forced back, they're far from being conquered!

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