Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center
"The Angel of Marye's Heights" Memorial
At the north end of Sunken Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Visible in this view is a portion of the original stone wall that lined the road at the time of the battle in December 1863.
Original stone wall @ Sunken Road
This is the remaining section of the original stone wall at Sunken Road, Fredericksburg National Military Park. The Innis House is in the background.
Confederate Rose at Sunken Road
The Innis House is in the background of this Confederate Rose.
At the north end of Sunken Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Barn at Marye's Heights
Seen near Fredericksburg National Cemetery.
Cannon at Fredericksburg National Cemetery
Panorama of Fredericksburg National Cemetery
View of Fredericksburg National Cemetery
Small square markers are used at Fredericksburg National Cemetery to mark the graves of unknown soldiers - in this case, three remains in a single grave.
Memorial to General Humphrey's Division
Seen at Fredericksburg National Cemetery.
A view of the famous landmark of the Fredericksburg Battlefield.
Civil War Earthworks
Earthworks prepared by Federal troops during the Battle of Chancellorsville.
Descriptive sign at Chancellorsville
Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center
Stonewall Jackson Memorial at Chancellorsville
Sign describing the Stonewall Jackson Memorial at Chancellorsville Battlefield.
Stonewall Jackson Memorial at Chancellorsville Battlefield.
Earliest memorial to Stonewall Jackson at Chancellorsville Battlefield was this marble boulder.