Some find it surprising that one of the greatest generals of the Confederacy, Stonewall Jackson was also openly known for frequently exposing himself to danger.
There is always confusion on a battlefield advances and retreats, flanking motions, movements designed to confuse or fool the enemy happen all the time. Civil War battlefields were also full of smoke, and the armies had their share of bad weather and changing terrain to contend with too. When the Confederates broke his army’s line at Chancellorsville, General Hooker retreated and made a defensive formation with his men. Stonewall Jackson, contending with the changes of the battlefield and made his bold move.
This is a unframed sign by artist Giclee print, image size 16" x 20" with a 2" white boarded printed on watercolor fine paper. There are a total of 100 Giclee prints that will be signed an autograph by the author/artists, these poster/prints are made up of five colors printing, not like traditional offset printing, your purchase will be numbered as to the order you purchased them and after 100 they will be no more ever glclee prints. These are collectible items