Open Edition: 6 x 9
Giclèe on archival paper with Engraved Title Plate
All open editions come complete with title and artist information for mounting to the back if you choose to frame your purchase. A synopsis of the subject matter, if not self-explanatory, is also included along with an embossed copy of the artist’s signature.
THE REDOUBTABLE SERGEANT
On July 24, 1870, Emanuel Stance, former sharecropper, United States Army sergeant and Buffalo Soldier -- proudly accepted the Congressional Medal of Honor "for Valor in the Battle of Kickapoo Springs." He became the first African American to win his country's highest military honor in the post Civil War period.