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"Days of Blue & Gray" CD

A professionally recorded CD directed by Phillip Rice of the Chattanooga Choral Arts Society. This CD will leave you breathless with the production quality and beautifully well orchastrated music.


Dixie - (Emmett/Arr. Luboff)

He's Gone Away - (Shaw/Parker)

Goober Peas - (Arr. Moore)

Shenandoah - (Arr. James Erb)

Beautiful Dreamer - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Steal Away - (Arr. R. Carter)

Sourwood Mountain - (Arr. Rutter)

Gentle Annie - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Black Sheep - (Arr. Rutter)

Aura Lee - (Arr. Palmer)

Oh! Susanna - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

My Old Kentucky Home - (Foster/Arr. Wagner)

Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming - (Foster)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - (Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Battle Hymn of the Republic - (Arr. Wilhousky)

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'Signed With Their Honor' Book

Photo essay produced by the Friends, featuring beautiful color and black-and-white photos by award-winning photographer Robin Rudd.

64 Pages, softbound.

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Note Cards & Envelopes

Packet of 8 fold-over cards on fine, white stock. 4" x 5.5" Front is detail from  James Walker painting, "The Battle of Lookout Mountain."

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Chickmauga Battlefield Patch

Features the Park's distinctive "cannonball pyramid" logo -- great for  collecting, trading, framing, mounting for display, or sewing on a favorite cap or jacket.

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Lookout Mountain Battlefield Patch

Features the signature Point Park iron and stone gate logo -- great for collecting, trading, framing, mounting for display, or sewing on a favorite cap or jacket.

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Commemorative BBQ Poster

Limited availability! 12x19 inch, suitable for framing. Features reproduction of invitation to the original Blue & Gray Barbecue attended by 40,000 Civil War veterans when the Park was established. Republished by Friends of the Park Centennial Celebration in 1989.

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Battle of LookoutMountain Panorama

Reproduction of painting by James Walker (1819-1889). Print is 6" x 13."  Original is oil on canvas, 13 x 30 feet, and is on permanent display at the Lookout Mountain Battlefield Visitor Center, Lookout Mountain, TN. Commissioned by General Joseph Hooker in 1864 for $20,000, it took 10 years to paint.
Suitable for framing.

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Friends of the Park

P.O. Box 748

Chattanooga, TN 37401

Phone 423.648.5623
FAX 423.648.5624

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