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Note Cards - Stationery
"Abandoning Fort Smith" - Single Note Card - ID # 16003
Each U.S. Marshal/Civil War Collection high grade, thick art paper note card has a print of an original, historically accurate painting by Linda Faber. The back says, "Abandoning Fort Smith: July 31st, 1863." Fortunes for the Southern cause around Fort Smith, AR had taken a drastic downward spiral. As Union General Blunt drives through Indian Territory, Confederates stationed at Fort Smith prepare to abandon the garrison, knowing they will be unable to survive an attack. Wishing to protect their supplies, their commissary stores are loaded upon wagons and led south on the Waldron Road, along with the 1,500 Confederates currently residing at the fort. The fate of Fort Smith and the future of the surrounding areas will be decided the followng day on a rocky hillside known as Devil's Backbone. - Comes in archival sleeve. - Don't miss the 'Variety Gift Box' listing!
[$3.50]
"Deputy U.S. Marshal, Fort Smith" - Single Note Card ID # 16004
Each U.S. Marshal/Civil War Collection high grade, thick art paper note card has a print of an original, historically accurate painting by Linda Faber. The back says, "U.S. Marshal: Fort Smith, AR Circa 1870's-1890's" - This U.S. Deputy Marshal prepares to depart from the Federal Court (Judge Issac C. Parker's court house) of the Western District of AR, located at the once military occupied Fort Smith. Armed with only his weapons and his wits, a deputy marshal enforced law and order in Indian Territory, bringing to justice some of the most famous criminals in U.S. history. He patrolled what would become modern day Oklahoma, which neared 74,000 square miles - on horseback. - Comes in archival sleeve - Don't miss the 'Variety Gift Box' listing!
[$3.50]
"The Sentinel" - Single Note Card - ID # 16005
Each U.S. Marshal/Civil War Collection high grade art paper note card has a print of an original, historically accurate painting by Linda Faber. The back says, "The Sentinal: Massard Prairie: July 27th, 1864." Retaken by Federal forces in September of 1863, Fort Smith, Arkanas found itself surrounded by Confederate forces for the remainder of the war. Without adequate food for their mounts, the Federal cavalry chose to graze their horses on the grass of Massard Prairie. This U.S. cavalry picked watches, unaware of the nearly 600 Confederate and Native American soldiers that will soon unleash an attack that will be one of the greatest Southern victories in the Fort Smith region. - Comes in archival sleeve. - Don't miss the 'Variety Gift Box' listing!
[$3.50]
"War Trophy" Single Note Card - ID # 16646
Each War Trophy/Civil War Collection high grade, thick art paper note card has a print of an original, historically accurate painting by Linda Faber. The back says, "- Many men, sympathetic to the Southern cause in Arkansas and Missouri, had taken up arms: not in dashing uniforms, but the clothing of a civilian. Some of the most famous Missouri guerrilla fighters were led by William Quantrill. Looking to find protection behind Southern military lines during the winter of 1862, his band made their way south toward Fort Smith, Arkansas. On their way they would stumble across a Union wagon train.

It was attacked, the wagons burned, and much needed supplies were taken. Days later they would ride into the garrison walls of Fort Smith and tender their services to the Confederate military until the spring of 1863. Fort Smith had seen many hardened men, but none like these!" Comes in archival sleeve. - Don't miss the 'Variety Gift Box' listing!

[$3.50]
4-CARD SET - Civil War, Fort Smith, Arkansas Collection - ID # 16647
A set of 4 note cards, all with the Civil War in Fort Smith, AR theme, printed from original paintings by Linda Faber. Included in the set of 4 are "Abandoning Fort Smith;" Deputy U.S. Marshal, Fort Smith;" "The Sentinel;" and "War Trophy."

This is a great set of note cards to send to your friends and family when you're writing a note to catch up. Makes a great gift for war buffs, history buffs, or anyone who appreciates fine, historically accurate paintings. Each card has the story behind the painting printed on the back. Please allow approximately one week for delivery.

[$10.00]
VARIETY NOTE CARD GIFT BOX - U.S. Marshal/Civil War Collection - ID # 16006
The Variety Gift Box contains 9 note cards - 3 of each U.S. Marshal/Civil War Collection note card designs: "Abandoning Fort Smith," "Deputy U.S. Marshal: Fort Smith," and "The Sentinel." These are beautiful prints from Linda Faber's original, historically accurate paintings. The history of each event is printed on the back of each card. If you purchased the 9 cards separately, you would pay $31.50. In purchasing the gift box, you save $6.50! The note cards are printed on high grade art paper and come in archival sleeves in a gift box with a transparent lid and wrapped with gold cord. Beautiful gift for Civil War buffs, Fort Smith AR history buffs, or anyone who appreciates works of art!
[$25.00]