MICHAEL SHADDOX | Jefferson Powder Magazine
When local artist Michael Shaddox set out for a weekend getaway to a remote part of West Texas, he had no idea what was in store for him. What ensued, was Six Nights, Seven Monks, and the Ancient Principles of Great Design.
Michael Shaddox, Texas Artist, la Republica de Texas, Seven Monks, Villa Vieja, El Campo Project, Web Designer Dallas, Dallas Web Designer, Dallas Photographer
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Jefferson Powder Magazine
Jefferson Powder Magazine

Jefferson Powder Magazine

$10.00

Description

3in x 5in

 

Comes with an easel backing for easy display on desks, bookshelves, nightstands, fireplace mantles or counters.

 

Printed on Super Fine quality archival paper guaranteed for 99 years.
 

The Confederacy built three structures in Jefferson in 1863 to store gunpowder manufactured fifteen miles away in Marshall Texas. The powder was then loaded onto steamboats and shipped downstream to Confederate troops. On April 14, 1865, Federal troops took over the little buildings and used them for troop encampment. The Jefferson Powder Magazine is the only one left in Texas and one of few still standing in the United States.