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150th Anniversary Battle of First Manassas Part 4

The James Robinson House was the home of a free African American on the Manassas Battlefield. South Carolinians under Wade Hampton rallied around the house on July 21, 1861. This view was taken facing southeast by George Barnard in 1862. It is court[...]

150th Anniversary Battle of First Manassas Part 2

We continue our visit to Manassas National Battlefield to capture scenes in the final hours of daylight on July 21st, the 150th anniversary of the First Battle of Manassas. The location is Henry Hill. We are walking towards the Henry House, which is[...]

Gettysburg at Savannah Part 6

In Savannah, Georgia’s Laurel Grove Cemetery there is a section for Confederate soldiers. This area has been variously called “Confederate Field” or “Gettysburg Field.” Of the approximately 700 Confederates buried in th[...]