WHITE HOUSE STRATEGY - MORT KUNSTLER

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Measures 29" x 33". Scene takes place in Richmond following the Seven Days' Campaign, when Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson left the field to confer with Confederate President Jefferson Davis at Richmond’s Confederate White House. Meeting in the President’s upstairs office, they planned strategy to protect the Confederate capital and save the South. Peeking through the door is Davis' 5 year old son, Jefferson Davis, Jr. This unique meeting was the only one where the three men met at the Confederate White House.

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