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1983 Tennessee Volunteers Artwork: Puzzle

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The ‘Volunteers’ name derives from the 1,500 troops from Tennessee that fought under General Andrew Jackson against the British at the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812. That same Volunteer spirit carried on when the war of Texas Independence broke out in 1835. Again, men all over the great state of Tennessee took up arms to aid the Texans in their revolution against the Mexican Army. One such man was the legendary David "Davy" Crockett, a soldier and congressman from Greene County in East Tennessee. Crockett is the personification of the Volunteer name. So much so, he was the inspiration for the logo Tennessee athletics adopted in 1983. Truly the embodiment of the Volunteer Spirit, Crockett led a 12-man group known as the "Tennessee Mounted Volunteers" during the Battle of the Alamo where he gave his life volunteering for freedom.
Product details
What a fun way to commemorate your favorite team, event or athlete. Artwork has been reproduced from the original and has been digitally restored, framed, enhanced for vibrant color. Can be set with glue, framed and hung or just as a fun and unique game.
  • Dimensions: 10” by 13.5”
  • 252 pieces made from gloss-finished quality cardboard
  • Glue, frame, and hanging hardware not included
  • Weight: 3.40 lbs.
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