The thick forests of southeastern Virginia proved to be more than a match for both the Union and Confederacy. Both armies groped through the deep underbrush attempting to maneuver around each other. Ultimately, the battle was bloody and inconclusive, with over 10,000 casualties on either side.
A group of Confederate soldiers, tending to their wounded, march bleakly through the Wilderness on this hiking stick medallion. The name of the battle and the dates are presented in gold lettering on the outer part of the medallion.
Grab this and other hiking stick medallions to signal the Virginia battlefields you've seen. They also make great gifts!
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