Nearly surrounded by Confederates, Colonel John Miller’s Union brigade engaged off wave after wave of Confederate soldiers from behind limestone rocks and cedar trees. Survivors escaped across a river, the cotton field leaving behind the rocks of this natural fortress slick with blood from comrades and foes.
Our collectible pin shows the Stones River that Union soldiers crossed on the afternoon of January 2, 1863. In alternating ocean blue and black text, it reads "Stones River National Battlefield" at the top and "Murfreesboro, TN" in upraised lettering at the bottom. Perfect as a gift for veterans and military buffs, this souvenir from our Civil War Collection is a tribute to one of the deadliest engagements in the American Civil War.
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