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"Shenandoah Strategy" - by Mort Kunstler

1st Print in the "A TRIBUTE TO THE LEGEND" series 

There will be a total of 8 prints in the series -- over a 2 year period

Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Prints and Giclee Canvases

Print Image size: 19" x 24"

Signature Gicless Canvas size: 18" x 27"

Classic Giclee Canvas size: 21" x 32"

Premier Giclee Canvas size: 26" x 40"

Editon sizes: Print -- 350....Signature--$50....Classic-50.....Premier---15

Issue Prices: Print-$225....Signature-$295...Classic-$495..Premier-$995

Once these are SOLD OUT, they no longer are available from the publisher, so call for current price and availability then....800-237-6077

By January of 1862, Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jacksong had already established a reputation as a tenacious thinker. Both revered and feared for his strategic prowess, Jackson had taken the same studiouis work ethic that had served him as a teacher at the VMI Institute, and applied it in the field...... The past years had been filled with bothe victory and defeat for the general's beloved Confederacy and the coming year would witness his greatest achievement, later christened the "Valley Campaign". A brilliant and aggressive tactician, Jackson relied heavily on his maps, which were important implements in his arsenal of weapons.... He Grew dependent on the mapmaking skills of his talented cartographer, Jedediah Hotchkiss. Following the successful New Year's Day ROmney Expediton in which Jackson's men pushed back a concentration of Federal Troops and destroyed nearly 100 miles of the B & O Railroad tracks while commanding stones of confiscated supplies, Jackson returned to his temporary home in Winchester, Virginia..... Although his winter headquarters were located at the Graham House, Jackson sometimes stopped at the Glen Burniew, home of the prestigious Wood and Glass Families....This estate was constructed in the late 1700's and served as an encampmentfor the Confederate cavalry and artillery units. The surrounding acerage was fought over during all three battles of Winchester in 1862, 1863, & 1864. Jackson and his wife also visited the Glen Burnie grounds on occasions during January of 1862

 

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