Duel on Yew Ridge

Duel on Yew Ridge

By: Don Stivers


Editions and Sizes

1000 Signed & Numbered Prints - 16" x 25"

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What is Rolled and Flat?

Rolled and Flat are the shipping choices for unframed prints.
Rolled is shipped in a tube mailer and costs $15.
Flat is shipped in a flat box and costs $25.



By noon, June 9, 1863 at the Battle of Brandy Station, Virginia, a rebel brigadier was skillfully orchestrating a rear-guard action, holding off the anxious Union troopers about Yew Ridge. In the whirling maelstrom a young Yankee captain named Wesley Merritt boldly galloped up to the big officer, and with the point of his saber, demanded his surrender. The Confederate took a cut at Merritt nearly decapitating him. Merritt would soon rise to brigadier himself. The southerner he tried unsuccessfully to capture was W. H. F. "Rooney" Lee, son of Robert E. Lee.