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Brig. Gen. Abner Doubleday 1862 - Jigsaw Puzzle

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8x10 Photo Puzzle with Gift Box
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Size: 8x10 Photo Puzzle with Gift Box

Turn designs, photos, and text into a great game with customizable puzzles! Made of sturdy cardboard and mounted on chipboard, these puzzles are printed in vivid and full color. For hours of puzzle enjoyment, give a custom puzzle as a gift today!

  • Dimensions: 8" x 10" (110 pieces)
  • Includes beautiful gift box with puzzle image printed on lid
  • Sturdy cardboard stock, mounted on chipboard
  • Easy wipe-clean surface
Warning: Not suitable for children under 3. Small parts may pose possible choking hazard.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 7.5" 9.6" X. For best results please add 1/4" bleed.
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Brig. Gen. Abner Doubleday 1862 - Jigsaw Puzzle
Portrait of Abner Doubleday, taken shortly after his promotion to Brigadier General of Union Volunteers in early February 1862, presumably in Mathew Brady's studio in Washington DC. A staunch Republican and abolitionist, Doubleday had been one of Fort Sumter's defenders during the opening action of the Civil War in April 1861. He subsequently served in the Peninsula Campaign and Second Battle of Bull Run, was wounded at Antietam, and passed over for promotion, despite fighting stoutly at Gettysburg -- for which slight, he withdrew from any further campaigning. After the war, Doubleday patented the cable-car railway that still operates in San Francisco today ... although he did not invent baseball.
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