Cleburne at Chickamauga

By: Don Troiani

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10 Signed & Numbered Canvases - 25" x 33"

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It was just after noon on September 17, 1862, when the Battle of Antietam took a critical turn for Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. The Federal forces had at last made a breakthrough at the now famous Bloody Lane and were sweeping towards the Hagerstown Pike and the right center of the Southern line. General James Longstreet, who commanded that part of the Confederate defenses, galloped forward with his staff to reconnoiter. To his alarm, he saw the Union attackers were just a couple hundred yards away and advancing fast.