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Over the HillsLimited Edition
Commemorative Print
“Over The Hills” – $95  ON SALE $35

“Over The Hills” is the initial print in a series to be completed by 2010.

This print remembers the initial voyage of the Independent Company of South Carolina to what would become Fort Loudoun, a site tucked among the Cherokee Towns of the Overhill Territory.

Each Limited Edition Print is signed and numbered by Ken Smith, a local artist and long time member of Fort Loudoun’s Living History Program.

All Proceeds from the sale of print will benefit the Fort Loudoun Assn.
$95
  

Mud and Blood

Limited Edition
Commemorative Print
“Mud & Blood” – $95 ON SALE $35

“Mud & Blood” is the second print in a series to be completed by 2010.

Carolina builds a Fort in the Overhills, near Chota, the capital of the Cherokee Nation.

Each Limited Edition Print is signed and numbered by Ken Smith, a local artist and long time member of Fort Loudoun’s Living History Program.

All Proceeds from the sale of print will benefit the Fort Loudoun Association.

$95


Hard Bargain

Limited Edition
Commemorative Print
“Hard Bargain” – $95 ON SALE $35

“Hard Bargain” is the third print in a series to be completed by 2010. The Cherokee Prepare for War.
Spring, 1758. Cherokee warriors assemble for expeditions against the French at Fort Toulouse and outlying areas in western Virginia. As each war party prepares to depart, British Commander, Paul Demere, provides the materiel of war from his rapidly depleting stores. “…they went away resolved not come back without staining their War Hatchets in the Enemy’s Blood.”

Each Limited Edition Print is signed and numbered by Ken Smith, a local artist and long time member of Fort Loudoun’s Living History Program. All Proceeds from the sale of print will benefit the Fort Loudoun Association.
$95

Commemorative Print

“Arrival of the Buffs”

 

“Arrival of the Buffs” is the fourth print in a series to be completed by 2010.

Simmering Resentments Threaten the Alliance.

October 27, 1759. Captain John Stuart and approximately seventy men of the South Carolina Provincial Regiment (known as the Buffs, because of their uniform’ facings of buff colored cloth) arrive at Fort Loudoun to shore up the beleaguered garrison and deliver much-needed supplies of meat, flour, salt, ammunition, and clothing. Stuart’s arrival seemed to herald a new hope for peace, but the situation proved to have deteriorated to a point of no return.

Each Limited Edition Print is signed and numbered by Ken Smith, a local artist and long time member of Fort Loudoun’s Living History Program.

All Proceeds from the sale of print will benefit the Fort Loudoun Association.

$95 ON SALE $35

“Cherokee Vengeance”

Victory at Cane Creek

by Ken Smith

August 9, 1760. Promised safe passage through the hostile native territory, Captain Paul Demeré surrendered Fort Loudoun to the Cherokee, and at 7am the garrison of some 230 men, women and children began to take the long march to South Carolina, stopping for the evening on the banks of Cane Creek.

The next morning, as they prepared to march, the garrison was attacked by hundreds of Cherokee warriors,  Approximately twenty soldiers and three women were struck down during the ensuing melee, while the remainder of the Fort Loudoun people were made prisoner of the Cherokee.

Each Limited Edition Print is signed and numbered by Ken Smith, a local artist and long time member of Fort Loudoun’s Living History Program.

All Proceeds from the sale of print will benefit the Fort Loudoun Association.

$95 ON SALE $35

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