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Country Side Gallery

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Choose from 45 pictures in our Country Side collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


CIVIL WAR: ANTIETAM, 1862. The Army of the Potomac headquarters: Captain Rives; John Garrett, President, B & O Railroad; an orderly; General Randolph Marcy; Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Porter; Commissary of Subsistence; Colonel Thomas Mather; Ozias Hatch, Secretary of State of Illinois; Joseph C.G. Kennedy. Photograph by Alexander Gardner, 3 October, 1862 Featured Print

CIVIL WAR: ANTIETAM, 1862. The Army of the Potomac headquarters: Captain Rives; John Garrett, President, B & O Railroad; an orderly; General Randolph Marcy; Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Porter; Commissary of Subsistence; Colonel Thomas Mather; Ozias Hatch, Secretary of State of Illinois; Joseph C.G. Kennedy. Photograph by Alexander Gardner, 3 October, 1862

CIVIL WAR: ANTIETAM, 1862.
The Army of the Potomac headquarters: Captain Rives; John Garrett, President, B & O Railroad; an orderly; General Randolph Marcy; Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Porter; Commissary of Subsistence; Colonel Thomas Mather; Ozias Hatch, Secretary of State of Illinois; Joseph C.G. Kennedy. Photograph by Alexander Gardner, 3 October, 1862.

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STATEN ISLAND: MANOR. The Bentley Manor, built before 1680 near the southernmost tip of Staten Island. In 1776, an unsuccessful attempt was made here to end the Revolutionary War, hence the name 'Conference House.' Wood engraving, American, 1874 Featured Print

STATEN ISLAND: MANOR. The Bentley Manor, built before 1680 near the southernmost tip of Staten Island. In 1776, an unsuccessful attempt was made here to end the Revolutionary War, hence the name 'Conference House.' Wood engraving, American, 1874

STATEN ISLAND: MANOR.
The Bentley Manor, built before 1680 near the southernmost tip of Staten Island. In 1776, an unsuccessful attempt was made here to end the Revolutionary War, hence the name 'Conference House.' Wood engraving, American, 1874.

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VIRGINIA: SOLDIER'S REST. Soldier's Rest farmhouse in Berryville, Clarke County, Virginia, where George Washington is said to have stayed in 1748 while surveying the land for Lord Bryan Fairfax. Wood engraving, American, 19th century Featured Print

VIRGINIA: SOLDIER'S REST. Soldier's Rest farmhouse in Berryville, Clarke County, Virginia, where George Washington is said to have stayed in 1748 while surveying the land for Lord Bryan Fairfax. Wood engraving, American, 19th century

VIRGINIA: SOLDIER'S REST. Soldier's Rest farmhouse in Berryville, Clarke County, Virginia, where George Washington is said to have stayed in 1748 while surveying the land for Lord Bryan Fairfax. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.

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