THE ORIGINAL WAR EAGLE PRINT SERIES              

THE MASCOT GALLERY

FINE ART PRINTS BY REVERE LA NOUE

CELEBRATING THE HISTORY AND TRADITION BEHIND THE MASCOT

I know Auburn’s Mascot is the Tigers, but I thought the War Eagle was a more interesting story:

According to the legend, a soldier from Alabama was the sole Confederate survivor of a bloody battle. Stumbling across the battlefield, he came across a wounded young eagle.  Several years later the soldier, a former Auburn student, returned to college as a faculty member, bringing the bird with him. On the day of Auburn's first football game in 1892 against the University of Georgia, at the end of the game, the eagle took a sudden dive, crashed into the ground, and died, giving his spirit to the Auburn fans.

THE ORIGINAL WAR EAGLE, 
Battle Cry
20 by 24 in.
Artist Signed, 300 Print Limited Edition
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THE ORIGINAL WAR EAGLE,
On White
11 by 14 in.
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