Reflections Gallery

Don Troiani

Don Troiani's lifelong focus on America's military heritage enables him to present that subject with a credibility that surpasses his contemporaries. For a quarter century Don Troiani has methodically built one of the great private reference collections of Civil War, War of 1812 and Revolutionary War uniforms, equipment, insignia and weapons which Troiani calls on to add the unique dimension of realism he is so well known for.

 

 
 
    
   
   
       
 
Examples of Troiani's Work:
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war prints, civil war canvas - Garryowen
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"Garryowen"

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Image Size:  17" x 34"  Canvas Edition:  50 S/N prints  Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  2002

Fredericksburg December 12, 1862 at quick march, the men of the Irish Brigade cross the Rappahannock River into the town of Fredericksburg to meet their fate at the calamitous forthcoming battle. As they cross, passing generals Meagher and Hancock, the band strikes up the jaunty Irish tune Garryowen.

 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war prints, civil war canvas - New Yorks Bravest
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"New York's Bravest"

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Image Size:  20" x 29 1/2"  Canvas Edition:  45 S/N prints  Issue Size:  1100 S/N prints  Published:  2002

New York's Bravest depicts the 69th N.Y.S.M. and the 11th N.Y. Fire Zouaves recapturing the 69th's flag at 1st Manassas. No regiments fought with more courage than the Firemen and the Irishmen at 1st Bull Run on the steamy morning of July 21, 1861.
 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print, civil war canvas - Toward The Angle
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"Toward The Angle"

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 Canvas Edition:  50 S/N prints  Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  2001

July 3, 1863, the brigade of Richard B. Garnett presses toward the copse
of trees in the desperate assault commonly known as Pickett's Charge. In
moments Garnett will be shot dead and many of his men killed or wounded in their valiant attempt to break the Union center. Following directly behind, is Gen. Lewis Armistead, hat on sword leading his brigade to immortal glory.

 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print, civil war canvas - Battery Longstreet
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"Battery Longstreet"

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Image Size:  20" x 26 3/4"  Canvas Edition:  40 S/N prints  Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  2001

Just after noon September 17, 1862, the Battle of Antietam took a critical
turn for Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. Gen. James Longstreet saw the Union attackers were advancing fast; he summoned every piece of artillery to take up position in the Piper Farm apple orchard. After their cannoneers dropped, wounded or dead, Longstreet's staff members dismounted and began working the pieces themselves.

 
 
 
  12th Virginia Cavalry, CSA
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"12th Virginia Cavalry C.S.A. Laurel Brigade 1864"

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Image Size:  15" x 20"  Issue Size:  750 S/N prints  Published:  1989

They were Confederate Cavalry and they were among the best horse soldiers on earth. The rugged men of the 12th VA built that legend fight-by-fight at such historic places as Cedar Creek, the Wilderness and the fables fields of Brandy Station.

 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print - Brothers of Ireland
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"Brothers of Ireland"

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 Image Size:  20" x 26 3/4"  Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  2000

June 27,1862 , the Ninth Massachusetts volunteers had already engaged
in hours of vicious fighting with a Confederate army at Gaine's Mill.
After a lull in the fighting, the stillness was broken by a vigorous
Southern assault as the rest of the Union forces melted away, leaving
the ninth nearly alone. Just then the 69th New York Volunteers came
dashing in; firing ceased and the day was saved.

 
 
 
  155th Pennsylvania Regiment 1864
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"155th Pennsylvania Regiment 1864"

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 Image Size:  16" x 20" Issue Size:  950 S/N prints  Published:  1993

Somewhere in Virginia during the summer of 1864, the vigilant members of the 155th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry search through the shadows of a pine forest for the enemy.
 
 
 
  Brandy Station Review
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"Brandy Station Review"

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 Image Size:  20" x 26 5/8" Issue Size:  1150 S/N prints  Published:  1999

A majestic sight that happens once in history. On an open plain near
Brandy Station, Virginia, Robert E. Lee, J.E.B. Stuart and Lee's party
reached the reviewing ground. They spurred their horses forward at a
full run and thundered down a three mile long line of troops as 10,000
glittering sabers were upraised.

 
 
 
  1st Regiment South Carolina Rifles 1861
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"1st Regiment South Carolina Rifles 1861"

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 Image Size:  15" x 20"  Issue Size:  950 S/N prints  Published:  1991

Orr's Rifles.  On a windswept parapet in Fort Moultrie, an officer obliges an admirer with a magnified glance from Sullivan's Island.
 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print, civil war canvas edition - General Nathan Bedford Forrest
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"General Nathan Bedford Forrest"

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 Image Size:  20" x 26 3/4"  Issue Size:  1250 S/N prints  Published:  1999

Perhaps no other leader that emerged from America's Civil War had the
immensely imposing character of the Confederacy's Nathan Bedford
Forrest. This charismatic leader is pictured here , thundering
through the snowy carpet of a Tennessee woodland.

 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print - Jackson Is With You
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"Jackson Is With You"

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 Image Size:  26 3/4" x 20"  Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1998

August 9, 1862. It was the moment of crisis at the battle of Cedar
Mountain. Hand to hand fighting sent the left wing of Stonewall
Jackson's army reeling back in confusion. Jackson realized he
needed to rally his men. He raised his sword, rusted to the
scabbard, grabbed a battle flag, and shouted to his men "Jackson
is with you, rally brave men, and press forward!"

 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print - Fire on Caroline Street
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"Fire On Caroline Street"

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 Image Size:  20" x 29 1/2"  Issue Size:  1300 S/N prints  Published:  1998

December 11, 1862, the men of the 20th Massachusetts (Harvard
Regiment) work their way through the town of Fredericksburg, VA.
Met with fierce resistance by the Confederates, the 20th Mass.
found themselves engaged in street fighting at close quarters.
Although a dreadful slaughter ensued, the town of Fredericksburg
was now in Union hands.

 
 
 
  1st South Carolina Volunteer Infantry
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"1st South Carolina Volunteer Infantry"

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Image Size: 11 3/8" x 15 5/8"  Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1997

In May of 1862, Union Army Major Gen. David Hunter organized a company of black soldiers at Hilton Head, SC for service in his Department of the South.

 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print - Eve of the Storm
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"Eve of the Storm"

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Image Size:  19 5/8" x 26"  Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1995

May 1, 1863, the historic final meeting of Gen. Robert E. Lee and
Gen. Stonewall Jackson as they discuss the strategy that was to win
them Chancellorsville. Gen. A.P. Hill looks on beneath the star
filled sky.

 
 
 
  2nd US Cavalry 1861
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"2nd United States Cavalry 1861"

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Image Size:  11 3/8" x 15 5/8"  Issue Size:  750 S/N prints  Published:  1989

The bugle calls the grizzled rank and file of the second US Cavalry into their saddles for another dusty afternoon of hard service.

 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print - Diehards
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"The Diehards"

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 Image Size:  24 " x 30 15/16"  Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1991

August 30,1862 became a memorable moment known as Second Manassas.
The Louisianan's ammunition had run out, with no time to send for
more, the men began throwing rocks at the advancing Union troops.

 
 
 
 Don Troiani civil war print - Gray Comanches
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"The Gray Comanche's"

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 Image Size:  20" x 25 1/4"  Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1990

June 9, 1863, just after sunrise, the cavalry and horse
artillery of Union General Alfred Pleasanton jabbed across
the Rappahannock, in a whirlwind assault on the Confederate
command of Gen. J.E. B. Stuart encamped on the fields around
Brandy Station, Va.

 
 
 
  79th New York State Militia (Highlanders) 1861
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"79th New York State Militia (Highlanders) 1861"

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Image Size:  11 3/8" x 14 "  Issue Size:  1050 S/N prints  Published:  2001

The 79th NY Vol. Infantry was one of the Civil War's most strikingly garbed units. They were in the forefront of such battles as South Mountain and Antietam. They served with the 9th Corps at places like Vicksburg, the Wilderness and Spotsylvania.

 
 
 
  Allatoona Pass
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"Allatoona Pass"

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Image Size:  18" x 29"  Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  2002

On the fifth of October, 1864, Confederate forces under General S.G. French assaulted the fortified Union garrison at the strategic post of Allatoona Pass, Georgia. With courage equaled only by the Northern defenders, Cockrell's Missourians poured over the earthworks of Rowett's Redoubt in one of the most ferocious hand-to-hand struggles of the war. The defenders including the 39th Iowa and 7th Illinois regiments, fought practically to the last. At the climax of the fighting, as Sergeant John M. Ragland of the 1st-4th Missouri seized the 39th's flag, his Captain, Joseph Boyce hurled a dirt clod into the Federal color bearer's face. Although initially successful, the Confederates were ultimately unable to take the main Union fort and withdrew after successive attempts with heavy loss.

 
 
 
  Barkesdale's Charge
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"Barkesdale's Charge"

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Image Size:  20" x 27"  Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1992

On July 2,1863, Gen. William Barksdale's brigade, the 17th Mississippi, descended on the Union position in the Peach Orchard bordering Gettysburg's Emmitsburg Road.

 
 
 
  C.S.A. Marine Corps
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"C.S.A. Marine Corps"

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Image Size:  11 3/8" x 14 "  Issue Size:  1050 S/N prints  Published:  1999

Like their Northern counterparts, the Confederate Marine Corps saw wide ranging and diverse duty during the Civil War. Here we see Marines aboard a ship preparing for action.

 
 
 
  DeGress' Battery - Battle of Atlanta
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"DeGress' Battery - Battle of Atlanta"

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Image Size:  18" x 29"  Issue Size:  500 S/N prints  Published:  2005

The men of Mersey's Brigade retake Degress' Illinois battery of 20lb. Parrott Rifles at the battle of Atlanta July 22, 1864. Included in the brigade was the 66th IL Vols. (Western Sharpshooters) who were largely armed with the Henry 16 shot repeating rifle.

 
 
 
  Drive them to Washington
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"Drive them to Washington"

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Image Size:  20" x 26 "  Issue Size: 1150 S/N prints  Published:  2000

July 21st, 1861, Gen. Thomas Jonathan Jackson led his brigade of Virginians into the contest at First Manassas. The southern line was weakening and it would be these men who would save the Confederacy from sure defeat. A soldier of the 4th Virginia recounted that the General ordered them to "Charge and Drive Them To Washington"!

 
 
 
  First at Manassas
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"First at Manassas"

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Image Size:  26 " x 20"  Issue Size:  1250 S/N prints  Published:  1994

J.E.B. Stuart's Virginia cavalry cuts their way through the 11th New York Fire Zouaves. July 21,1861.

 
  Sons of Erin
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"Sons of Erin"

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Image Size:  26 " x 20"  Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1996

September 17,1862, Sharpsburg, Maryland. Father Corby gives absolution in front of the 69th New York.

 
 
  The 5th Texas, Second Manassas,August 30, 1862
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"The 5th Texas, Second Manassas, August 30, 1862"

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Image Size:  20" x 29"  Issue Size:  500 S/N prints  Published:  2006

Carrying the Lone Star flag of his Regiment, Lt. Colonel John Upton is fatally wounded leading his regiment in a crushing attack on the 5th and 10th New York Zouaves at Second Manassas, August 30, 1862.

 
 
  Band of Brothers
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"Band of Brothers"

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Image Size:  20" x 26 "  Issue Size:  1250 S/N prints  Published:  1993

July 3, 1863, the brave men of the 1st Maryland emerge from the wood line into a wall of musketry on Culp's Hill at Gettysburg.

 
 
  Hampton's Duel
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"Hampton's Duel"

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Image Size: 26 " x 20"   Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1996

On July 3, 1863, Brigadier Gen. Wade Hampton was momentarily alone, desperately fending off saber blows from a cavalry assault, as Picket's charge began along Cemetery Ridge.

 
 
 
Cemetery Hill
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"Cemetery Hill"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1993

The celebrated Gen. W.S. Hancock is seen directing Maj. Gen. A. Doubleday to send his troops to secure Culp's Hill as the embattled Maj. Gen. O.O. Howard looks on. Around them the troops of dozens of splintered commands begin to rally.

 
 
 
Rock of Erin
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"Rock of Erin"

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Image Size: 26 " x 20"   Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1997

July 3, 1863 the 69th Pennsylvania volunteer infantry waged a heroic forward battle against a wall of Confederates 12,000 men strong. The Confederates charged into the 69th right flank, where the contest became hand-to-hand. The 6th held their ground at the Battle of Gettysburg.

 
 
 
Jackson's Flank Attack
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"Jackson's Flank Attack"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  750 S/N prints  Published:  2004

On May 2nd, 1863 nearly 30,000 Confederates under "Stonewall" Jackson hurled themselves against the flanks of Hooker's Union army. As the Confederates line of battle pressed through the woods the wildlife fled before them and into the Union camps. Here we see in Don Troiani's exciting new painting this very incident taking place in front of Dole's Georgia Brigade.

 
 
 
Burnside's Bridge
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"Burnside's Bridge"

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Image Size: 26 5/8" x 20"   Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1995

On September 17, 1862 Col. John F. Hartranft's 51st Pennsylvania regiment, take the bridge known as Rorbach's bridge at Antietam.

 
 
  The Southern Cross

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"Southern Cross"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  1250 S/N prints  Published:  1994

The Southern Cross captures the brave Charley McNeil standing resolutely on one of the twelve pounders of Randol's battery, June 30,1862. Around him swirls the most savage combat of the Civil War as the men of the famed Pennsylvania Reserves rush forward in a vain attempt to save the battery.

 
 
 
Sword of Virginia, Battle of Second Manassas
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"Sword of Virginia, 2nd Manassas - August 30, 1862"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  350 S/N prints  Published:  2008

As he thundered toward the roaring cannons, Colonel Skinner brandished his tremendous sword, a French Cuirassier saber he had brought home from Europe as a youth. The massive straight blade measured 38 inches long and bore an engraved maker's imprint of August 1814. "In his cups," a Confederate staff officer wrote, "the fine old Colonel would swear he should die happy could he have one chance to use that steel on the enemy." That chance loomed large at Manassas.

 
 
 
Onward Georgians
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"Onward Georgians"

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Image Size: 19" x 29"   Issue Size:  350 S/N prints  Published:  2007

Battle of Fredericksburg, VA December 13, 1862 -
Capt. John T. Jordan rallies the 49th Georgia on the R.F.& P. Railroad

 
 
  Clinch Rifles, Georgia Militia 1861

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"Clinch Rifles, Georgia Militia 1861"

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Image Size: 11 3/8" x 14"   Issue Size:  350 S/N prints  Published:  2007

A proud Private of one of Georgia's most famed Militia companies, the green clad Clinch Rifles. Resting on his Mississippi M1841 rifle with saber bayonet, he is unaware this elegant uniform will be replaced shortly by the standard gray of the Confederacy.  #22 in the Regimental Series

 

 
 
  Union Drummer

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"Union Drummer"

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Image Size: 16" x 23"   Issue Size:  625 S/N prints  Published:  1984

It could have been anywhere, anytime during the Civil War the courageous young boys dressed in blue, marched bravely into battle alongside their men.

 

 

 
 
  "For God Sake Forward"

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"For God Sake Forward"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1996

July 1, 1863 the fearless men of the 2nd Wisconsin (Iron Brigade), lead by Gen. John F. Reynolds, rush into the grove of trees on McPherson's Ridge to stem the advancing Confederates during the opening encounters at Gettysburg.

 

 
 
  Cleburne at Chickamauga (Shown here: the 2nd Tenn. Regt.)

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"Cleburne at Chickamauga (Shown here: the 2nd Tenn. Regt.)"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  750 S/N prints  Published:  2005

During the momentous Battle of Chickamauga, as his division moved forward in a dense cedar grove, Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne and his staff pressed forward to personally distribute ammunition to his men.

 
 
 
1st North Carolina Cavalry 1861
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"1st North Carolina Cavalry 1861"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  950 S/N prints  Published:  1994

North Carolina's first mounted unit to be mustered into Confederate Service was
organized under the command of Robert Ransom in 1861.

 
 
  General J.B. Gordon at Gettysburg - July 1, 1863

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"General J.B. Gordon at Gettysburg - July 1, 1863"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  350 S/N prints  Published:  2008

As the Union Eleventh Corps crumbled under Confederate attacks West of the town of Gettysburg, a new danger presented itself from the North. Jubal A. Early's division was pressing forward towards willow tree lined Rock Creek and their dangerously exposed flank.

Among Early's Division was the Georgia Brigade commanded by fiery General John B. Gordon. Riding among the slanted bayonets of his division an artilleryman described the general on his black horse, "He must have been a direct descendant of ...Bucephalus... I never saw a horse's neck so arched, his eye so fierce, his nostril so dilated". The general's demeanor impressed the same observer: "Gordon was the most glorious and inspiring thing I ever looked upon ...bareheaded, hat in hand, arms extended, and in a voice like a trumpet, exhorting his men. It was superb; absolutely thrilling". In one of the most brilliant charges of the war, the Georgians hurled the Union forces back into the town insuring an overwhelming Confederate victory for the day's battle.

 
 
  Iron Brigade

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"Iron Brigade"

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Image Size: 19" x 29"   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  2001

July 1, 1863 the 24th Regiment Michigan Volunteers led by Col. Henry A. Morrow fights a desperate rear guard action near the Lutheran Seminary at Gettysburg. After numerous color bearers had been shot down, Col. Morrow raised the battleflag to encourage his men until he himself was grazed by a bullet in the head.

 
 
  Lions of the Round Top

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"Lions of the Round Top"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  1863 S/N prints  Published:  1995

July 2, 1863 Col. Joshua Chamberlain led his men of the 20th Maine regiment in a gallant attack, to hold back the advance of the Alabamans, on Little Round Top at Gettysburg.

 
 
  Little Round Top

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"Little Round Top"

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Image Size: 26 " x 20"   Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1997

On a hot July 2, 1863 the men of the 5th Texas advanced up the rocky slope to the climax of their ill-fated assault on Little Round Top.

 
 
 
Lone Star
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"Lone Star"

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Image Size: 26 " x 20"   Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1995

The misty dawn of September 17,1862,ushered in the Civil War's bloodiest day as Gen. George B. McClellan drove his Union army forward to roll up the left flank of Gen. Robert E. Lee's southerners arrayed in the fields and woods surrounding the quiet Maryland village of Sharpsburg.

 
 
 
Lt. Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain 20th Maine Volunteers Winter 1862
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"Lt. Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain 20th Maine Volunteers Winter 1862"

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Image Size: 14 " x 11 "   Issue Size:  750 S/N prints  Published:  2003

This delightful, small-sized print depicts Lt. Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain as he appeared during the Fredericksburg campaign of late 1862. Based on his own wartime letters to his wife describing his appearance in the field, the hero is portrayed as he actually looked, (which is naturally entirely different from film and imaginative renderings).

 
 
 
Mahone's Counterattack
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"Mahone's Counterattack"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  950 S/N prints  Published:  2004

Men of the 6th Virginia charge troops of the 9th Corps during the Battle of the Crater, Petersburg, Virginia July 30th, 1864

 
 
 
Mahone's Counterattack
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"McPherson's Ridge"

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Image Size: 26 " x 20"   Issue Size:  1300 S/N prints  Published:  1998

July 1, 1863, 37 year old Union cavalry General John Buford sits astride his horse beside the McPherson barn and directs Calef's battery into position. The Union troops held their line against the advancing Confederates until re-enforcements arrived, holding their position in the climatic battle known as McPherson's Ridge.

 
 
Medal of Honor
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"Medal of Honor"

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Capt. Charles Gould - 5th Vermont Regt. clambers up the steep Confederate earthworks being the first man of the Sixth Corps. to penetrate the Confederate works, earning him the Meal of Honor. April 2, 1865.

 
 
Men of Arkansas
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"Men of Arkansas"

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Image Size: 24 " x 29 "   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1991

Capt. Charles Gould - 5th Vermont Regt. clambers up the steep Confederate earthworks being the first man of the Sixth Corps. to penetrate the Confederate works, earning him the Meal of Honor. April 2, 1865.

 
 
Opdycke's Tigers
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"Opdycke's Tigers"

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Image Size: 24 " x 29 5/8"   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1990

Col. Emerson Opdycke leading the 125th Ohio volunteers in a desperate hand to hand combat against the 29th Tennessee (CSA) in the yard of the Carter house, during the momentous battle of Franklin Tennessee, November 30, 1864.

 
  Put the Boys In...

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"Put the Boys In..."

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  950 S/N prints  Published:  2004

On a drizzly May 15, 1864 a small Confederate Army was being overwhelmed by the larger Federal Army of Franz Sigel near New Market, Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley.

 
  Retreat by Recoil

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"Retreat by Recoil"

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Image Size: 20" x 27"   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1992

On July 2, 1863, the 9th Massachusetts battery fought a heroic rear guard action against Barksdale's brigade at the Trostle house, Gettysburg.

 
  Steady On The Colors

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"Steady On The Colors"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  2003

Generic Standard Bearer - a scene that was repeated on countless fields for four bloody, magnificent years and which made the heroic fighting men of the Confederacy legends for all time. The Confederate Infantryman embodies the defiant fighting spirit of the South. Time after time, with celebrated grit, he had stood firm on some chaotic battlefield of the Civil War to win victory against an equally brave adversary.

 
  The 37th New York Volunteers "Irish Rifles"

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"The 37th New York Volunteers (Irish Rifles)"

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Image Size: 11 3/8" x 14 "   Issue Size:  350 S/N prints  Published:  2005

The color bearer of the Irish Rifles waves the distinctive green silk with gold embroidered Irish flag of the regiment.

 
  The Emmitsburg Road

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"The Emmitsburg Road"

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Image Size: 20" x 29 "   Issue Size:  1500 S/N prints  Published:  1996

On July 3, 1863, Maj. Gen. Isaac Trimble's brigade, Gen. Pettigrews' division, crossing Emmitsburg Road during Pickett's charge at the battle of Gettysburg.

 
 
First Battle Flags
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"First Battle Flags"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  1150 S/N prints  Published:  1999

November 1861, a memorable moment for Southerners. On the field near the huts of their winter quarters in Centerville, Va., they were presented with new battle flags of the Confederate States Of America.

 
 
First Minnesota
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"First Minnesota"

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Image Size: 26 " x 20 "   Issue Size:  1150 S/N prints  Published:  1999

July 2, 1863
Overlooking the battlefield at Gettysburg the First Minnesota Vol. Infantry could see their lines crumbling under Confederate attack. At that moment, Union Second Corps Commander Winfield Scott Hancock galloped up, and in desperation ordered the Minnesotans forward.

 
 
Red Devils
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"Red Devils"

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Image Size: 20" x 25 1/4"   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1991

The Colorful Zouaves of the 5th New York Infantry, commanded by Lt. Col. Hiram Duryea, were in the thick of it June 27, 1862, as the combatants clashed at Gaines Mill.

 
  Soldiers Tribute

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"Soldiers Tribute"

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Image Size: 20" x 26 "   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  2003

Robert E. Lee's troops pay an emotional tribute to their leader at Appomattox.

 
 
Unconquered - 1st Tennessee Color Bearer at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863
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"Unconquered - 1st Tenn. Color Bearer At Gettysburg, July 1, 1863"

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Image Size: 19" x 28"   Issue Size:  500 S/N prints  Published:  2007

Early on the morning of July 1st Gen. Henry Heth started his division from around Cashtown to Gettysburg to find a much needed supply of shoes. The battle-hardened brigade of Gen. James J. Archer's Tenn. & 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 Co. F, defiantly waving the regimental standard in the face of the foe to show although forced back, they're far from being conquered!


 
 
Tiger Rifles
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"Tiger Rifles"

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Image Size: 11 3/8" x 14 "   Issue Size:  1050 S/N prints  Published:  2000

The vaunted Tiger Rifles of Wheat's 1st Special Battalion as they would have appeared in 1861. This unit, feared by both sides for their ferocious behavior, was composed of the roughest element of New Orleans.


 
 
Until Sundown
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"Until Sundown"

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Image Size: 24 " x 30 5/16"   Issue Size:  1000 S/N prints  Published:  1992

The Southerners of Gen. D.H. Hill's division worked feverishly to erect a fence rail breastwork in front of their position along an undulating dirt lane that marked the center of Gen. Robert E. Lee's battle line near Sharpsburg, Maryland.


 

 

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