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New Kunstler Print

Mort Kunstler’s latest print beautifully captures a crucial moment in the life of the Army of Northern Virginia.  The scene takes place in Orange County, Virginia following the army’s defeat at Gettysburg.  Kunstler vividly depicts the men in the army marching down main street, while Lee, Longstreet, and A.P. Hill discuss something.  As you can [...]
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Hill’s Corps, Army of Northern Virginia

History / US History : Draw the Sword (5 years ago)

The Third Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia was commanded by A.P. Hill at Gettysburg. Location: West Confederate Avenue, McMillan Woods Monument Specifications: Rock hewn stone square monument with bronze descriptive plaque aff... Read Post

Slavery Traveled With the Army of Northern Virginia

History / US History : Civil War Memory (last year)

Included in Allen Guelzo’s new book, Gettysburg: The Last Invasion, is a brief examination of the size of both armies.  In looking at the Army of Northern Virginia Guelzo includes a few sources that estimate the number of slaves, wh... Read Post

Headquarters, Army of Northern Virginia

History / US History : Draw the Sword (4 years ago)

The Army of Northern Virginia headquarters monuments were erected by the Gettysburg National Parks Commission and were completed in 1920-1921. All of the monuments consist of bronze cannons mounted on granite bases. Army of Northern... Read Post


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