Driving the Rebels out of Fayetteville
- Driving the Rebels out of Fayetteville
- Persistent Record Link:
- March 11, 1865
- art original
Fayetteville (N.C.) -- History -- 19th century -- Pictorial works
North Carolina -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Pictorial works
Graphite drawings -- American -- 1860-1870
Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina, United States
Recto: "Driving the Rebels out of Fayetteville // Fine day // Fayetteville, S.C. // market house & hall // Black face // white figures & hand // Cedar // skirmishes // union // Store House."
Verso: "A severe fight took place in this city but we were 'too many for them'-- the 17th Corps 'Bummers' (Foragers) & some infantry were the heroes of the scene- we lost- some 4 killed & several wounded."
Condition: Rough around edges.
Original drawing location: CW-JT-NC-3-11-65 (Box 10).
- Original location:
- Original drawings and photographic reproductions. Becker Archive, Boston College Fine Arts Dept.
- Reproduction note:
- Electronic reproduction. Chestnut Hill, Mass. : Becker Project, 2005. Created from a photographic reproduction of the original drawing.
- Physical Description:
- 1 art original : graphite on paper ; 9.0 x 4.75 in.