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Civil War - Chancellorsville, Virginia - woods.   Battle of Chancellorsville (Virginia) began 30 April 1863.  You can still find earthworks (aka: trenches) throughout the woodlines and other areas.  The fences are erected to match those that would have been used in America at the time of the war. Photo by C.A. Smith

Battle of Chancellorsville (Virginia) began 30 April You can still find earthworks (aka: trenches) throughout the woodlines and other areas. The fences are erected to match those that would have been used in America at the time of the war.

The Largest Surprise Attack | The Battle of Chancellorsville, VA | Community Post: The Greatest Charges Of The American Civil War

The Greatest Charges Of The American Civil War

The Largest Surprise Attack | The Battle of Chancellorsville, VA | Community Post: The Greatest Charges Of The American Civil War

Civil War Battle of Chancellorsville | Civil War: The Battle of Chancellorsville - RVANews

New York Medical - Wounded Soldiers Being Tended in the Field After the Battle of Chancellorsville - Near Fredericksburg, VA, May 1863

Entrance to the tunnel leading to the chamber where the explosives were placed and detonated to create the crater.

Entrance to the tunnel leading to the chamber where the explosives were placed and detonated to create the crater.

Petersburg earthworks - US Civil War

Confederate fortifications at "Gracie's Salient. Date Created/Published: LOC original medium: 1 negative : glass, stereograph, wet collodion.

*BULL RUN ~ Manassas, Virginia. This was the first major Civil War battle in Virginia, July 21, 1861. Bull Run is a beautiful little creek.

Bull Run, Manassas, Virginia. This was the first major land battle of the armies in Virginia, July Bull Run is a beautiful little creek.

Civil War Sites in West Virginia

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Remains of the Chancellorsville house...General Hooker was injured here during the battle

Remains of the Chancellorsville house.General Hooker was injured here during the battle

Antique B&W Print from Harper's Weekly 1862 The attack on Fredericksburg-The Forlorn Hope Scaling The Hill by HuntsAntiquePrints on Etsy

Union Major General Ambrose E Burnside missed his chance to attack at Fredericksburg before the Confederates massed there, and so the battle wasn’t fought until December

Maine soldiers amidst fresh graves on the Cedar Mountain battlefield, August 1862. The detail from which this view comes is in the center of the Civil War Trust property and looks toward Cedar Mountain. Check out my summary study on some of these photos here: http://www.civilwar.org/battlefields/cedarmountain/new-insights-into-cedar.html?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F

Maine soldiers amidst fresh graves on the Cedar Mountain battlefield, August The detail from which this view comes is in the center of the Civil.

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