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Gettysburg Canvas Print/frame Sherfy's Wheatfield 17th Mississippi Civil War For Sale
Sherfy's Wheatfield II Gettysburg - July 2, 1863
12" x 20" Print
Signed with Certificate of Authenticity
Limited Edition #4/100 Framed giclee Art Print
Wood frame with canvas print and brass title plate
No glass for better clarity- UV protected finish
Gettysburg Diographic Print by Dennis Morris
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- July 2, 1863
Sherfy’s farm gained historic notice as the location of the Peach Orchard. Sherfy grew not only fruit but other crops including
a field of wheat located south of his
barn. Though this wheat field is not nearly as famous as that of his
neighbor’s, George Rose, it was the scene of desperate fighting.
The 114th Pennsylvania Regiment
was one of several units at Gettysburg to utilize a variation of the Zouave
uniform. Sometimes know as Collis’s
Zouaves, they were formed by a Philadelphia lawyer, who started the war as a
114th came to Gettysburg as part of Charles Graham’s Brigade of
Sickles’ III corps. After Graham’s Brigade was ordered to the Peach Orchard
area the 114th spent several hours near the Wentz house on the west
side of the Emmitsburg Road. From 3:30 on they were subject to the artillery
attack against the Union Batteries nearby.
Just after 6:00 PM when Barksdale’s brigade emerged out the wood to the
west Captain George Randolph of Sickles’ Artillery Corps came up to Captain
Bowen. Lt. Colonel Cavada and General
Graham were not available, and Randolph asked Bowen if the 114th
could move to protect the several Union batteries, which were highly vulnerable
to Barksdale’s attack. Bowen agreed and
ordered the 114th forward across the Emmitsburg road and into the
wheat field south of the Sherfy Barn.
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