Mud and Blood
Carolina builds a fort in the overhills
Limited edition collector’s print. 250 print edition
Winter, 1757. Captain Postell's Company of construction workers dig the ramparts and battlements for the outworks of the new fort located near Chota, the capitol of the Cherokee nation. The fort's engineer William DeBrahm left the site on Christmas Day, 1756 leaving Captain Raymond Demere to complete the construction on his own.
Prior to his leaving, however, DeBrahm had discharged the construction troops (over whom he had no authority), leading to a great deal of unrest and one Courts Martial.
Image size is 14" x 17 3/4 ", overall print size is 18" x 24". Print cost is $35 plus $10 shipping and handling (and sales tax, if applicable).
Prints are reproduced from the original oil painting with archival paper and fade-resistant inks. Each of the 250 prints in the edition are signed and numbered by the artist and are accompanied by a numbered registration/ historical summary certificate.
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