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Civil War Print Battle of Gettysburg #1 Framed Print
Battery G, 4th United States Artillery. July 1, 1863, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Lieutenant Bayard Wilkeson Holding His Battery to its Work in an Exposed Position. by Alfred Waud, engraving by JW Evans

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Civil War Print Battle of Gettysburg #1 Framed Print

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