General Barksdale’s Charge Gettysburg July 2nd 1863. This wood was from the Trostle Farm on the Gettysburg battlefield. On July 2nd 1863 when fighting erupted this area was where General Barksdale’s Mississippians clashed with Sickles’ third corps. The bullet was recovered at the Trostle Farm on the Gettysburg battlefield near where the tree stood. The painting in this display depicts the brutal fighting that took place in this area on July 2nd 1863. The bullet was obtained pre-National Park and both are 100% authentic and legal to own. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display. Art and mat color may vary.