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“John Hunt Morgan” Civil War Art Print Signed by the Artist, James Thomas Neumann.




      
Lot 730. “John Hunt Morgan” Civil War Art Print Signed by the Artist, James Thomas Neumann. Known for “Morgan’s Raid,” Morgan was a Kentucky resident who initially supported President Lincoln but eventually joined the Confederate cause. He had early battlefield success as a colonel leading the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry Regiment, which he established. He was promoted to brigadier general in December 1862. In the summer of 1863, he launched his famous raid in an effort to divert Union attention from Confederate operations around Vicksburg and Gettysburg. The raid was centered in southern Indiana and Ohio and reached as far north as Salineville, OH. That’s where he was captured and then sent to the Ohio Penitentiary. He and several of his men escaped and returned to active duty. He was killed by Union forces in 1964. The Neumann print of Morgan leading his raiders is 20” x 24”, unframed and mint. It is from the Southern Historical Art Chronology Series “Chronology of the Civil War: Year 1861.” Neumann’s pencil signature is mint 9 and dated 1978. Winning Bid $20.    


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