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Crossroads to Destiny
Image Size: 25" x 20"
Type: Limited Edition Print
Price: $ 200
Category: American Frontier | Special Projects

A SPECIAL PROJECT by Gray Stone Press for the Lincoln County Historical Preservation Committee.

This painting by David Wright depicts a possible meeting showing General Andrew Jackson, Ensign Sam Houston, David Crockett, and Dr. John McKinney during the Tennessee Militia muster at Camp Blount (Fayetteville, Tennessee) in October 1813. Jackson rallied the militia in response to the Creek Indians attacking and killing nearly 500 men, women and children at Fort Mims in Alabama the previous August. With nearly 2500 men, Jackson set out on the campaign that eventually ended the Creek uprising with the Indian defeats at the battles of Talladega, Tallushatchee, and culminating with the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, March 27, 1814.

To order, contact the Lincoln County Historical Preservation Committee
Lincoln County Executives Office
112 Main Ave. S. Rm. 101
Fayetteville, TN 37334

or:
Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce
208 S. Elk Ave.
Fayetteville, TN 37334

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PHONE: Gray Stone Press (615) 319-5598
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