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Our frameable posters are a great addition to any home library and are an invaluable educational resource for students of any age.

The Maryland Campaign of 1862 features a shaded relief map with annotations, troop movements, battle locations, text, and photos by James Gardner and Alexander Gardner.

On September 4, 1862, Confederate General Robert E. Lee, planning to draw the Army of the Potomac into Pennsylvania, advanced into Maryland. Battles at Harper's Ferry, South Mountain, and Sharpsburg (Antietam) resulted.

Lee sent Special Orders No. 191, the most controversial document of the Civil War, to his subordinate commanders on September 9, 1862. These orders directed the movements of the Army of Northern Virginia for its operation against Harpers Ferry following Lee's advance into Maryland. This poster is a digitally restored footnote to history. Our Lost Orders poster features a digitally restored photograph of original orders from Robert E. Lee.

One copy of these orders was lost and later found by three Union soldiers. What happened next is an interesting footnote to the American Civil War.

Each poster is printed on 18x24 inch 100#, archival-quality, acid-free paper. We wholesale to retailers.

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