Meet the Soldier Graffiti Artists of the Civil War

| 5/26/2009 3:06:17 PM

Civil War Graffiti Behind Peeled Paint

Workers renovating a 270-year-old church in Bunker Hill, West Virginia have uncovered the work of Civil War-era graffiti artists. "It's down low. It's up high. It's just everywhere," says local bishop W. Michie Klusmyer. The scribblings are apparently the work of both Northern and Southern troops. Among the scribblings ("Down with traitors" and "I should not have written on the walls of the house of God") Klusmyer has seen drawings of pigs and a woman being chased by a man with horns. Somebody notify the Wooster Collective!

(Thanks, Animal.) 

Source: The Journal 

Image by Culpeper Department of Tourism. 


Dalton K
5/27/2009 4:10:41 AM

This art works left a remarkable memories. Well most of the churches are renovated because most of them are really old and needs to be furnish to remove the unnecessary marks and dirt's. hat's when payday loans come in handy, or whatever you want to call them – they have so many names. You have instant cash loans, quick payday loans, fast payday loans, emergency loans. It's a small loan until payday, not instant money you don't have to pay back. Payday lenders get a bad rap from critics who don't see a value in the service they provide, but short term loans come in handy if you need extra cash quick.

Pay Now Save $5!

Utne Summer 2016Want to gain a fresh perspective? Read stories that matter? Feel optimistic about the future? It's all here! Utne Reader offers provocative writing from diverse perspectives, insightful analysis of art and media, down-to-earth news and in-depth coverage of eye-opening issues that affect your life.

Save Even More Money By Paying NOW!

Pay now with a credit card and take advantage of our earth-friendly automatic renewal savings plan. You save an additional $5 and get 4 issues of Utne Reader for only $40.00 (USA only).

Or Bill Me Later and pay just $45 for 4 issues of Utne Reader!

Facebook Instagram Twitter