Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Rovere Posters at Gettysburg National Military Park Museum




Gettysburg National Park Museum Bookstore Carrying Three Rovere Gettysburg 150 Posters
Rovere's new posters will be ready for the Gettysburg 150th reenactment this July. These poster are a continuation of the Civil War 150 series carried musuems and parks throughout the country.  The new Gettysburg museum bookstore posters include: the Gettysburg 150th Order of Battle Poster with complete listings of the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac; the Gettysburg 150th Map Poster with the three days of Gettysburg battlefield map; and the Irish Brigade 150 Poster.
Rovere's other Civil War posters have been featured at The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, Mannassas Battlefield Park,  Lincoln Home NHS, and other museums and parks. Rovere's other history themed posters are retailed at: The Statue of Liberty Ellis Island, Independence Hall National Park,  New York City Police Museum, The Newseum,  Ford's Theater, The Italian American Museum, NYC  and others.

Rovere's full line of poster online at:
www.civilwarusa150.com


Gettysburg 150 Order of Battle Poster
Poster includes complete order of battle for the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac. All generals, divisions, brigades, regiments and regimental commanders are included on this poster. The overlays of the battle lines for all three days frame the text.
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Gettysburg 150 Map Poster
This poster includes Gettysburg Battlefield map of July 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 1863. Overlayed is the text "Gettysburg 150". The map show troop and artillery positions and movements, relief drainage, roads, railroads, and houses with the names of residents at the time of the Battle of Gettysburg.
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The Irish Brigade 150 Poster
The "Irish Brigade" poster visually narrates the history of the Union Army's famed Irish Brigade in the Civil War.
Poster features the commanders, soldiers, chaplains, brigade monuments at Gettysburg and Antietam.
Regimental flags as well as the brigade's motto "Faugh A Ballagh" are also included.
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