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Battle of Hermannstadt / sketched by Capt. Ed. Scheifele ; drawn on stone & lith by Schaerff & Bro. 71 Market Str. St. Louis.

Battle of Hermannstadt / sketched by Capt. Ed. Scheifele ; drawn on stone & lith by Schaerff & Bro. 71 Market Str. St. Louis.

 
 
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Print showing a battle scene with Russian, Austrian, and Hungarian troops standing in formation, shooting at each other across an open field.
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Caption continues: Where the Hungarians (March 11th 1849) under Gen. Bem were victorious against the united armies of Austria and Russia.
Inscribed: Entered 31 May 1853, from Harrison, Mo.

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01/01/1853
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Schaerff Brothers.
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Crișana (Romania)46.61667, 37.35861
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