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William McGrath <em>C.S.S. Savannah exchanging fire with Union field guns&

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Category
Edition Type
Limited Edition
Subject
History
Date of Creation
1990-1999
Original/Reproduction
Original Print
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Dealer or Reseller
Condition
Used
Signed
Signed
Artist
William McGrath

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CSS Savannah, later called Old Savannah, was a gunboat in the Confederate States Navy during the American Civil War. Savannah was formerly the steamer Everglade, built in 1856 at New York City. She was purchased early in 1861 by the State of Georgia and converted into a gunboat for coast defense. With Georgiaโ€™s admission to the Confederacy, Savannah, under Lieutenant John Newland Maffitt, was commissioned by the Confederate States Navy. She was attached to the squadron of Flag Officer Josiah Tattnall, charged with the naval defense of South Carolina and Georgia. This is a framed and triple matted print signed and numbered with a letter of authenticity. A beautiful addition to your home or office. Comes with hanging hardware. Shipping: Orders are shipped via Canada Post or UPS. International/USA orders are shipped via UPS. Local purchases (Niagara Falls area) may be picked up from my studio without shipping costs. All sales are final. Buyer should purchase adequate shipping insurance to protect their investment. Items are properly packed for protection during shipping.
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