General Robert E. Lee's Farewell Order. Issued on April 10, 1865, and also known as General Orders Number 9, this is Lee's final message to his Army of Northern Virginia after surrendering on April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia. This print includes the full text of of Lee's farewell, a facsimile of his signature, and a portrait of the great general. Print measures 8 x 10.
Artistic impression of Fort Monroe, the military fortification guarding the entrance to the James River, during the Civil War. To soften the impact of the Union military occupation sits the Hygeia Hotel at Old Point Comfort. This map shows the movement of ferries and trading schooners looking out towards the Atlantic Ocean. Measures 16.5 x 20.5.
Print features the five most prominent flags in the history of the Confederate States of America, including: First Confederate National Flag, Second Confederate National Flag, Third Confederate National Flag, Confederate Battle Flag and the Bonnie Blue Flag. Measures 12.5 x 10.
Varina Anne Winnie Davis (1864-1898) was the youngest child of Jefferson and Varina Davis. She was popularly known as The Daughter of the Confederacy. Comes in set of 8 blank notecards with envelopes. Each notecard measures 7 x 5.
Features six images of the White House of the Confederacy including the parlor, dining room, library, master bedroom, President Davis' office and a beautiful view of the columns side of the White House. Postcard measures 4 x 6.
All seven of our very popular postcards of the White House of the Confederacy perforated and banded into one set. Features images from the State Dining Room, the Central Parlor, the Davis Library, President Davis' Home Office, the Master Bedroom, a wonderful exterior shot of the White House of the Confederacy and a post card featuring a montage of all the images together.
White House of the Confederacy (ca. 1860). Home to President Jefferson Davis and his family from August 1861 through April 1865. It served not only as the executive mansion, but as Davis' home office where he met with several of his generals including Lee and Jackson. Postcard measures 4 x 6.