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The Inferno, Shelling at Shiloh by Seth  Weaver
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©Seth F. Weaver, Sr. 01/31/11. Battle of Shiloh
Between April 6-7, 1862, the Battle of Shiloh raged in Tennessee. Approximately 23,746 men died. Of those, 13,047 were Union soldiers. While there were more Union than Confederate casualties, the battle did result in a tactical victory for the North. This is another in my series of Civil War works. Of all the war fought by the USA, the country has never had as many casualties as the War Between the States. This was a black & white photo that was manipulated…a Manipuography™ creation. My friend Dennis Rubin IPA suggested the title “The Inferno” and I agree it is a Great Title. Thanks Dennis for the title.

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shelling of shiloh, civil war, usa history, sethweaver, manipuography™, the inferno

Comments

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsover 3 years ago

    Dramatic my friend…you have captured the essence of this scene!

  • Dennis Rubin IPA
    Dennis Rubin IPAover 3 years ago

    New title – the inferno??

    great tribute and very cleverly
    “remade”

    Excellent Seth!

  • Dennis Rubin IPA
    Dennis Rubin IPAover 3 years ago

    Also, when I saw the title, I rememberred the old Neil Diamond song “Shiloh” I used to call your name, when no one else would come, Shiloh u always came…

  • elisab
    elisabover 3 years ago

    Lots of color. Such a sad thing, the country divided and fighting against itself. You did a great job with the image.

  • Dawn B Davies-McIninch
    Dawn B Davies-...over 3 years ago

    such a beautiful image, well done, dawnx

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