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Author Topic: Battle Scenes  (Read 4768 times)
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« on: 17 November 2008, 00:47:35 »
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Two postcards showing dioramas of The Battle of Atlanta, July 1862.
The 2nd one shows the Hurt House Fighting.


Chattanooga Tennessee Bridge that existed in 1864 with Lookout Mountain in the background.
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Postcard image of General Nathan Bedfore Forrest, April 1, 1865, at Ebenezer Church on Bogler's Creek, 20 miles norht of Selma Alabama.  Capt. Jas. Taylor and his 17th Indiana Hoosiers were the Union leader and forces opposing Forrest here. This was Forrest's last encounter of the war.
The painting was by Frederick Ruple for V.Y. Cook in Batesville Arkansas who served with Forrest during the war. 
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