The Chancellorsville Visitor Center is located on VA State Route 3 west. There are exhibits as well as an audio video program inside. Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
On May 3, 1863, During the battle of the Chancellorsville, these Confederate guns forced their Federal counterparts located at Fairview in the distance to retire. This would help to allow to Gen. J.E.B. Stuarts attack to push back the Union forces.
On May 3, 1863, During the battle of the Chancellorsville, these Federal guns fired on their Rebel counterparts located at Hazel Grove in the distance in an attempt to stem the tide of Gen. J.E.B. Stuarts attack. Fair View and Hazel Grove are maintained by the Fredericksburg and Spostylvania National Military Park in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
This is a federal gun pit dug at Fairview.
This was taken at Fairview Heights in the distance is the site of the Union Gen. Hooker's HQ.
This was taken a Fairview Heights in distant right is Hazel Grove
This is the Chancellorsville Inn ruin site. Chancellorsville is not the name of a town. In fact it is the name of the mansion or inn who's ruins you see in this picture.
This is a federal gun located near the Chancellorsville ruins it is facing southwest. The road in the photo was the Orange Turnpike or State Route 3 today.
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