Crossing Buck Branch 12×18 canvas


The crossings of Buck Branch and Spring River were difficult and local folklore says the Union had to abandon a canon at one of the crossings, where, supposedly, it lies today undiscovered.

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This painting depicts the Union Troops of Franz Siegel struggling to get their artillery across Buck Branch during the Battle of Carthage. Union troops in the battle wore uniforms of gray.  The Battle of Carthage started north of Buck Branch, near Dry Fork Creek when the 1100 German American soldiers under Siegel met several thousand loosely organized men loyal to the secessionists. The Union was forced to fight a battle in retreat lasting till dark and covering many miles.


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