STRIKE FOR GOD AND COUNTRY Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Stivers - Framed

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In May 1864 General Lees army attempted to block the 116th PA. Regiment, Irish Brigade,  in the Battle of Spotsylvania near the courthouse and a Confederate line of earthworks that extended over 4 miles including a prominent angle of the battlefield  known as the Mule Shoe. The western edge of the Mule Shoe became known as the "Bloody Angle", because almost 24 hours of desperate hand-to-hand fighting took place there, some of the most intense fighting of the Civil War. Framed print is triple matted with blue, grey and beige and a dark oak frame. Overall size is 31 x 37".

  • Image Size 24 x 28"
  • Condition  mint. 
  • Limited edition of 950