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Cabin at Pea Ridge.

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Identifier: P0084-0607

Title: Cabin at Pea Ridge.

Description: Sketch of a cabin with two chimneys and a fence. "The above is a drawing of the house now upon a portion of the ground upon which was fought the battle of Pea Ridge. During the battle the house, then thereon (being the only one) was burned down, leaving only the chimnies [sic], above shown, standing. The enclosure between them, and the tunnel, as above sketched, were since made. The drawing was made by Charles I Brown and by him, with some balls and an unused cartridge picked up upon the field is presented to the Society Albert Todd." (written below sketch).

Rights:

Place: United States

Dates: 1882

Type(s): Engraving
Image

Maker/Creator: Charles I. Brown

Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865
Engraving
Charles Brown
cabin
Pea Ridge
battle
linen paper
chimney
house
fence
Battle of Pea Ridge
Battles

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