THE GUNS OF AUTUMN - MORT KUNSTLER

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Item Code: 596-10

Measures 34 1/2" x 28 1/4". Limited Edition, numbered and signed. 58/1100.

Lee in Charleston, December 15, 1861. In the autumn of 1861, General Robert E. Lee was dispatched to South Carolina to command the Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. A gifted military engineer, he developed a defensive strategy, organized the region's resources, and directed placement of troops and artillery. Lee's wisdom was especially welcome in Charleston - which state and local leaders knew was a major Federal target. His efforts would prove to be crucially important to the Southern coast: In most places Lee's line of defense would endure for most of the war.

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