Spot On Maryland Heights Where The Union Troops Surrendered

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Spot On Maryland Heights Where The Union Troops Surrendered

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Title:  

Spot On Maryland Heights Where The Union Troops Surrendered
Creator:
Alfred R. Waud (1828-1891)

Content Description: 

Reproduction of sketch. On September 12-15, 1862, Union and Confederate forces confronted one another at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. On the final day of battle, the Union Col. Dixon S. Miles began to doubt that reinforcements from Gen. George B. McClellan would arrive in time and surrendered. After deciding to surrender, he was mortally wounded by an artillery shell.

Physical Description: 

H: 8", W: 10". Original: Pencil on buff paper touched with whit. H: 5 3/8", W: 10 3/8"

Location:
Gaithersburg, Maryland
Identifier:
2010.0002.0025

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