BUFFALO SOLDIER and MEDAL of HONOR RECIPIENT, SERGEANT THOMAS SHAW
K Troop, 9th Cavalry
Thomas Shaw escaped from slavery during the Civil War and fought for the Union. After the War he joined the cavalry and served on the western frontier where, during the Apache Wars in 1881, he received the coveted Medal of Honor. He is shown in the northern plains during the cold winter of 1889. Sgt. Shaw is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
(detail of print)
Signed & Numbered LIMITED EDITION print = $150
(Edition of 950 prints)
Print is accompanied by a certificate with a brief history and background of Sgt Thomas Shaw written by historian and author Frank N. Schubert.
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THE ORIGINAL PAINTING HANGS IN THE U.S. CAVALRY MUSEUM
FT. RILEY, KANSAS
The painting has been published on the covers of several books as well as appearing in a number of books and magazines.