Over the Hills print

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Over the Hills print

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Sergeant Gibbs and the Advance Party

Late Summer, 1756. Sergeant William Gibbs of the Independent Company of South Carolina leads a detachment of twenty soldiers and a number of Cherokee warriors, including the chief Attakullakulla, on an expedition from Fort Prince George (near present day Clemson, South Carolina) to Tomately, a Cherokee town located near Chota, the capitol of the Cherokee Nation, in what is now East Tennessee.  On arrival, Gibbs was to reconnoiter the area for a new British fortification that would eventually be called Fort Loudoun.

 

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Image size is 14" x 17 3/4 ", overall print size is 18" x 24". Print cost is $95 plus $10 shipping and handling (and sales tax, if applicable). For multiple print orders, please email us to significantly reduce shipping costs. For orders outside Continental US, please call or email for shipping costs.

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.