Spectacular confederate battle flag captured at the Gettysburg campaign.... This flag was captured by Llewellyn G. Estes who was on General Judd Kilpatrick's staff. It is believed the flag was captured at the Battle of Falling Waters in July 4, 1863 on Lee's retreat from Gettysburg.
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When you think of stones in Southwestern and Native American jewelry, your first thought is probably turquoise – and rightfully so, it’s the most prevalent and it’s almost synonymous with the style. But turquoise has a stylistic sister-“stone” that, once you think about it, is a common and key asset to some of the most beautiful and beloved pieces.
Sometimes, you’ve just got to grab your girls and go.
It may not be planned. It may not even be practical. But something, some indescribable, inexplicable thing tells you, “we’ve got to hit the open road”.
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