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BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG. Union Army troops building pontoon bridges on the Rappahannock River during the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, 13 December 1862. Drawing by Alonze Chappel, 1862

BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG. Union Army troops building pontoon bridges on the Rappahannock River during the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, 13 December 1862. Drawing by Alonze Chappel, 1862


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BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG. Union Army troops building pontoon bridges on the Rappahannock River during the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, 13 December 1862. Drawing by Alonze Chappel, 1862

BATTLE OF FREDERICKSBURG.
Union Army troops building pontoon bridges on the Rappahannock River during the Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, 13 December 1862. Drawing by Alonze Chappel, 1862

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1862 Alonzo Battle Burning Chappel Flag Fredericksburg Old Glory Pontoon Bridge Row Boat South Eastern Union Union Army Virginia Warfare Rappahannock River Troop


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This print captures a pivotal moment in history - the Battle of Fredericksburg during the American Civil War. The drawing, skillfully crafted by Alonze Chappel in 1862, depicts Union Army troops diligently building pontoon bridges on the Rappahannock River in Virginia on December 13th. In this sepia-toned scene, we witness the intense efforts of these brave soldiers as they construct vital infrastructure amidst the chaos and destruction of war. The row boats used to transport materials can be seen bobbing on the river's surface, while billowing smoke from burning buildings fills the midground. It is a haunting reminder of the harsh realities faced by those involved in this conflict. The presence of Old Glory proudly waving atop one of the pontoon bridges symbolizes unity and resilience amid adversity. These men are not just constructing bridges; they are bridging divides between regions and ideologies. Chappel's meticulous attention to detail brings this historical event to life, allowing us to appreciate both its significance and human cost. Through his artistry, we gain insight into an era defined by strife but also marked by unwavering determination. As we reflect upon this image today, let us remember those who fought valiantly for their beliefs and honor their sacrifices that have shaped our nation's history forever.

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