George Edward Pickett
Born in Richmond, VA. On January 28,1825, Pickett graduated West Point in l846, last in a class of 59. First a colonel, then a brigadier general, as of 14 Jan. 1862, he served under Maj. Gen. James Longstreet during the Seven Days' Campaign and was wounded at Gaines' Mill. As a major general, 10 Oct. 1862, commanding a division, he was at Fredericksburg. Pickett, as division commander, attempted to coordinate the ill-fated movement at the Union center on the third day of Battle at Gettysburgh. Pickett died in Norfolk, VA, July 30,1875.
The Pickett's Charge eight pack is comprised of a mild Dominican blend. Available in your choice of an Exotic Cameroon, Connecticut Broadleaf, or Connecticut Shade wrapper. The length is 6" and the ring size is 50.