Battle of Chancellorsville

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Chancellorsville, Virginia
Battle of Chancellorsville - Cannonball imbedded in a tree.
Battle of Chancellorsville - Burial of Jackson's arm
Battle of Chancellorsville - Site (across the road) of Lee and Jacksons last meeting together.
Battle of Chancellorsville - Site where Jackson was shot by his own men (by accident).

Battle of Chancellorsville Reviews

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22 reviews
Sep 03, 2007
The Battle of Chancellorsville was fought on May 1-5, 1863 it is known as General Robert E. Lee’s greatest victory. The visitor center is open 8:30-6:30 through September 4. After that it is open 9:00-5:00 on weekdays and 9:00-6:00 on weekends through the end of October. It contains some exhibits, 22- minute movie and bookstore. A seven mile driving tour and several walking trails provide access to the key spots on the battlefield. The visitors center is withing yards of where General Stonewall Jackson received the wound that eventually ended his life. There is a house nearby which is the burial site of Jackson's amputated arm. The park provides a great history lesson.
Cannonball imbedded in a tree.
Site (across the road) of Lee and …
Burial of Jackson's arm
Site where Jackson was shot by his…
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