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"Wagonmaster Fight"

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"Wagonmaster Fight"

by Dale Gallon
Second in the Medal of Honor Series
Copyright Dale Gallon Historical Art

September & October 1879
Near today's Meeker, Colorado
Surrounded by Ute braves, units from the 3rd, 5th and 9th Cavalry fight from their circled supply wagons. Pinned down for nine days with the loss of thirteen men and most of their animals, the troopers and wagonmasters lay down a covering fire for Sgt. Johnson (9th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers) who is returning with water from nearby Milk Creek. Sgt. Johnson and ten others received the Medal of Honor for this action.

Commissioned by the Division Support Command, 1st Cavalry Division, Ft. Hood, Texas.

Paper Lithograph
Image Size: 16" x 26"
Public Edition Size: 500 Signed and numbered

Canvas Transfer
Image Size: 16" x 26"
Edition Size: 50 Signed and numbered

Canvas Giclee Edition
Image Size: 24" x 36"
Edition Size: 10 Signed and numbered

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Other Gallon "Buffalo Soldier" prints include:
"Midnight Hour"
"The Tenth Horse"
"...Dress on the Colors"
"Henry O. Flipper"

Medal of Honor Series Print Number One:
"Saving the Lieutenants Hair"

To view our list of Dale Gallon Prints, go to:

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