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Battle Of Shiloh Gallery

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Choose from 8 pictures in our Battle Of Shiloh collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Gen. W.H.L. Wallace's, 2nd Div. Army of the Tenn. 1887. Creator: Henry Hamilton Bennett
Gen. W.H.L. Wallace's, 2nd Div. Army of the Tenn. 1887. Creator: Henry Hamilton Bennett
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Gen. Grant giving order to Gen. McPherson, 1887. Creator: Henry Hamilton Bennett
Gen. Grant giving order to Gen. McPherson, 1887. Creator: Henry Hamilton Bennett
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Crescent Regt. of New Orleans in the 'Hornets Nest', 1887
Crescent Regt. of New Orleans in the "Hornets Nest", 1887
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1st Ark. Con. Regt. making a charge in 'Hornets Nest', 1887
1st Ark. Con. Regt. making a charge in "Hornets Nest", 1887
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The March of Shiloh, 1902. Artist: Frank Feller
The March of Shiloh, 1902. Artist: Frank Feller
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Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, American Civil War, 6 April 1862
Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, American Civil War, 6 April 1862
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The Battle of Pittsburgh Landing, 1862, (late 19th century)
The Battle of Pittsburgh Landing, 1862, (late 19th century)
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Charge of General Grant, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, April 1862, (1862-1867).Artist: W Ridgway
Charge of General Grant, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, April 1862, (1862-1867).Artist: W Ridgway
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Charge of General Grant, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, April 1862, (1862-1867).Artist: W Ridgway Featured Image

Charge of General Grant, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, April 1862, (1862-1867).Artist: W Ridgway

Charge of General Grant, Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, April 1862, (1862-1867). Shiloh was a major battle in the Western Theatre of the American Civil War. The Confederates under General Albert Johnston launched a surprise attack on General Ulysses S Grant's Army of West Tennessee. After initial success the Confederates were eventually forced to retreat by Union counter-attacks. At the time the battle was the bloodiest in American history, with over 10, 000 casualties on either side. Johnston himself, at the time regarded as the Confederacy's leading general, was killed during the battle. An engraving from volume II of The War with the South : a History of the Late Rebellion, by Robert Tomes, Benjamin G Smith, New York, Virtue & Yorston, 3 Volumes, 1862-1867

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