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Murat Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 38 pictures in our Murat collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Rough Riders stampeding a Spanish outpost, Cuba, Spanish-American War, 1898 Featured Print

Rough Riders stampeding a Spanish outpost, Cuba, Spanish-American War, 1898

Rough Riders stampeding a Spanish outpost, Cuba, Spanish-American War, 1898. The Rough Riders was the name given to the 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, a regiment raised specifically to fight in the Spanish-American War. The unit distiguished itself in the fighting on Cuba, notably at the Battle of San Juan Hill where it was commanded by future US President Theodore Roosevelt. A print from Our Country in War and Relations with All Nations, by Murat Halstead, The United Subscription Book Publishers of America, 1898

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Robert Roberts Hitt, American politician, 1898 Featured Print

Robert Roberts Hitt, American politician, 1898

Robert Roberts Hitt, American politician, 1898. Hitt (1834-1906) was a member of the United States House of Representatives representing the state of Illinois from 1882 until his death. In 1898 President William McKinley appointed him a member of the commission created to establish government in the Territory of Hawaii. A print from Our Country in War and Relations with All Nations, by Murat Halstead, The United Subscription Book Publishers of America, 1898

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The Oregon's race for Cuba, 1898 Featured Print

The Oregon's race for Cuba, 1898

The Oregon's race for Cuba, 1898. As tensions grew between the United States and Spain after the sinking of the battleship USS Maine in Havana harbour, Cuba, the USS Oregon was ordered to sail from San Francisco around the tip of South America to re-deploy in the Atlantic. After a 66 day, 14, 000 mile voyage that included a stormy and potentially deadly passage through the Straits of Magellan she arrived off Florida on 24 May 1898, by which time the Spanish-American War had begun. On 3 July the Oregon participated in the Battle of Santiago, in which the Spanish Caribbean Squadron was destroyed. A print from Our Country in War and Relations with All Nations, by Murat Halstead, The United Subscription Book Publishers of America, 1898

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