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This is one of Bradley Schmehl's graphic Civil War paintings called COLLAPSE OF THE PEACH ORCHARD LINE, a scene from the battle at Gettyburg. "Collapse of the Peach Orchard Line - Gettysburg by Bradle

This is one of Bradley Schmehl's graphic Civil War paintings called COLLAPSE OF THE PEACH ORCHARD LINE, a scene from the battle at Gettyburg. "Collapse of the Peach Orchard Line - Gettysburg by Bradle

CHARLESTON AUTUMN - 1861 by Mort Kunstler. In mid-November of 1861, General Robert E. Lee was welcomed to Charleston by the port city's leading citizens. Rank and position - not fame - afforded him Charleston's genteel courtesies. He was not yet the South's most beloved figure; that glory awaited him on countless bloody fields of the future. Such acclaim - and the wartime horrors to come - could hardly be imagined amid sea breezes on a warm autumn night in Charleston.

CHARLESTON AUTUMN - 1861 by Mort Kunstler. In mid-November of 1861, General Robert E. Lee was welcomed to Charleston by the port city's leading citizens. Rank and position - not fame - afforded him Charleston's genteel courtesies. He was not yet the South's most beloved figure; that glory awaited him on countless bloody fields of the future. Such acclaim - and the wartime horrors to come - could hardly be imagined amid sea breezes on a warm autumn night in Charleston.

Hancock's Ride by Dale Gallon - A wonderful depiction of Gen. Hancock's ride along his line during the cannonade preceding Pickett's Charge on July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg.

Hancock's Ride by Dale Gallon - A wonderful depiction of Gen. Hancock's ride along his line during the cannonade preceding Pickett's Charge on July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg.

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