This page is dedicated to prints showing eye-witness accounts of famous Civil
War Battles. Each print is original, and I absolutely guarantee the
authenticity. Each leaf was printed within days of the battle presented.
is a dramatic battle scene depicting an eye-witness account of the Battle
of Gettysburg, as sketched by Mr. A. R. Waud, one of the most famous Civil
War illustrators of the day. This leaf was printed in 1863 within
days of the actual battle. It is one of the most collected of all Civil
War battle scenes, and is captioned, "The Battle of Gettysburg-
Longstreet's Attack Upon Our Left Centre- Blue Ridge in the
Distance". There is a lot of action in this print and a lot of
important historical content. This is a centerfold print, measuring
This is a
superb print depicting the Battle of Corinth. The print is
captioned, "The Battle of Corinth, Fought October 4, 1862- The
Struggle of Robinett's Battery- Stanley's Division Coming Up to the
Support". This print shows close range, trench fighting.
Weapons being used in this print include Cannon, Muskets, Pistols, and
Swords. Some hand-to-hand fighting is depicted. This is a
stunning print with great content. This is a centerfold measuring 16x22.
no Rebel unit in the civil war was more admired or feared than the Cavalry
of Jeb Stuart. Period material on this unit is becoming more
difficult to find, and this print represents an outstanding find. It
is a very fine "doublewide" print, measuring 16x22. The
print is a dramatic illustration of Stuart's cavalry. The print is
captioned, "The Rebel Raid into Pennsylvania- Stuart's Cavalry on
Their way to the Potomac." Lots of great detail, and fine
is a very elegant print of the Battle of Lexington Missouri,
printed in 1861. The print has a lot of action, and shows men firing
cannons and muskets. Print shows men fighting, the injured being
carried away, and above the carnage, the US flag can be seen proudly
waving. This is a great print with lots of good content. Will
display well. This is a standard 16x11 print.
The Battle of
a dramatic and highly collectible illustration of the Battle of Bull
Run. It is from an original 1861 Harper's Weekly. The print
shows an incredible eye-witness view of hand-to-hand combat in this famous
battle. The dead and dieing can be seen laying on the ground.
Men can be seen fighting with knives and swords. This was one of the
first truly big battles of the war. After the battle the Nation
realized that this would not be the short or easy war they were
expecting. This print effectively captures the brutality of the
war. Print is 11x16.
is a dramatic print of a Cavalry attack from an original 1862 Harper's
Weekly. The print is captioned, "The Advance-Guard of the Army
of the Potomac Attacking the Rebels Near Snickersville." It is
a fabulous illustration showing two Union soldiers chasing a Rebel on
horseback. One Union soldier has caught up with the Rebel, and has
his Colt revolver pointed at the Rebel's head, and he is about to pull the
trigger. In the foreground, a rebel soldier lays dieing, apparently
shot in the neck. The soldier in the rear can be seen firing his
rifle. This is a stunning print, with lots of Civil War
action! Print is 11x16.
Bedford Forrest's Raid
a dramatic image and story on Nathan Bedford Forrest's Raid into
Tennessee. It is from an original 1864 Harper's Weekly. The
upper image is captioned, "Forrest's Raid into Memphis- The Rebels at
the Gayso House", and it shows a man getting shot on the porch.
The center image is captioned, "Forrest's Raid into Memphis- Escape
of General Washburne", and it shows Washburne running from the
Raid. The lower image is captioned, "Forrest's Raid into
Memphis- Rebel attack on the Irving Prison". The pictures are
surrounded by a detailed account of the raid. There is a lot of
interesting details in the story, including the fact that the Rebels were
under orders from Forrest to not plunder the place- "under penalty of
being shot". This is a nice print, with many interesting
details. Print is 11x16, and has a few spots of minor foxing.