Grand Review Of 1865 Lincoln, Grant, Civil War In Art, Artifacts, Relics & More
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In the Grand Review of 1865, 80,000 battle-seasoned veterans marched through the streets of Washington to celebrate the Union victory.
Today, echoing that majestic procession, two noted Civil War scholars offer a pictorial Grand Review of the finest, rarest, and most heart-rending art and artifacts, North and South--objects that survived the cataclysmic conflict and artistry inspired by the war.
From masterfully made presentation swords to shot-torn Flags, from exquisite paintings and sculptures to history-changing documents, The Grand Review offers more than 100 rarely seen weapons, Flags, books, broadsides, photographs, and artworks from the collections of three nationally known collectors.
Harold Holzer, National Humanities Medal recipient and author of more than 47 books about the Civil War, and Frank J. Williams, prolific writer and co-founder and chair of the Lincoln Forum, offer a lively narrative as they weave together the lasting legacy of pieces in the Donald R. Tharpe Collection of American Military History, Peter Colasante's L'Enfante Gallery, and Robert Allen Lang's Portraits of Lincoln.Frequently Asked Questions