SEAC: Featured Project
  • 3D Rendering of Shiloh Mound

    Southeast Archeological Center


    Cultural Resources National Park Service

SEAC: Figures


List of Figures

  1. Tracking the Federals, painting by Martin Pate (Source: National Park Service)
  2. Waiting for Dawn, painting by Martin Pate (Source: National Park Service)
  3. "Where is General Kilpatrick?", painting by Martin Pate (Source: National Park Service)
  4. "Cavalry!", painting by Martin Pate (Source: National Park Service)
  5. Holding the Line, painting by Martin Pate (Source: National Park Service)
  6. Firing Canister, painting by Martin Pate (Source: National Park Service)
  7. General William T. Sherman, U.S.A.
  8. Lieutenant General Joseph Wheeler, C.S.A.
  9. Brevet Major General Hugh J. Kilpatrick, U.S.A.
  10. Lieutenant General Wade Hampton, C.S.A.
  11. Federal Cavalryman
  12. Major General Matthew C. Butler, C.S.A.
  13. Confederate Cavalryman
  14. Brigadier General Thomas Harrison, C.S.A.
  15. Brigadier General William Y. C. Humes, C.S.A.
  16. Brigadier General George G. Dibrell, C.S.A. (Source: Warner 1959)
  17. Brigadier General Robert H. Anderson, C.S.A.
  18. Double barrel shotgun
  19. Spencer Carbine
  20. Federal soldier
  21. 3–Inch Ordnance Rifle
  22. Federal Cavalryman
  23. Confederate Cavalry
  24. Sharps Carbine
  25. Pennsylvania Cavalrymen
  26. Brevet Major General Hugh J. Kilpatrick and his staff
  27. Lieutenant General Joseph E. Johnston, C.S.A.
  28. Lieutenant General William J. Hardee, C.S.A.
  29. Brigadier General Evander M. Law, C.S.A. (Source:http://www.tarleton.edu/~kjones/lawsbrig.html)
  30. Brevet Brigadier General Thomas J. Jordan, U.S.A.
  31. Troopers from the Fifth Ohio Cavalry Regiment
  32. Georgia Cavalry in camp
  33. Captain A.M. Shannon, C.S.A. (Source: Michael Shannon)
  34. First Lieutenant James A. Nichol, C.S.A. (Source: Anne Nichol Kern)

Note: The U.S. Army is the source of the illustrations unless otherwise noted.

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