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Gettysburg Tapestry Throw Blanket, the Battle of Gettysburg 1863 was during American Civil War. It is considered the turning point and the bloodiest battle with 50,000 casualties over a 3-day period. From July 1st through the 3rd in 1863. Fought in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania between the Union Major General George G Meade’s army of the Potomac and the Confederate General Robert E Lee’s army of Northern Virginia. The Confederates lost both politically and militarily. The President Abraham Lincoln headed the ceremony for the Soldier’s National Cemetery dedication in November 1863. Today the battle field at Gettysburg is one of the nations most significant and honored historical landmarks. American history designer throws, coverlets, afghans, decorative tapestries and blankets are 100% cotton, made in the USA. Every United States history coverlet and afghan is machine washable and tumble dry. Each throw and blanket would make a unique gift for the history entrepreneur.
Item No: 8597TU3
Type: Tapestry Throw
Size: 60" X 48"
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