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(1984) Spotsylvania Courthouse Battlefield
 
Monument to the 15th New Jersey Volunteers, located at the Bloody Angle
 
Photo/text by Ed Conner, TN

  

(April 2013) Enlarge 15th New Jersey Volunteers Monument
 
Photo by George Petropol, Manassas, VA

            

(1984) Spotsylvania Courthouse Battlefield
 
T
he foundation (all that remains) of the McCoull House; it was in this location that Lee was establishing a new line of defense after the Mule Shoe was breached. The painting depicts a "Lee To The Rear!" episode that took place here. The McCoull House is on the right in the painting

 
Photo/text by Ed Conner, TN

 

(1984) Spotsylvania Courthouse Battlefield
 
A pair of 10-pounder Parrott rifles located at Lee's second defense line behind the Mule Shoe Salient

 
Photo/text by Ed Conner, TN

     
   

(6-2006) Enlarge Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetery
 
CSA SOLDIERS' MONUMENT
 
This photo was taken between downpours on June 25, 2006. The Monument is in the center of the Confederate Cemetery at Spotsylvania. A sign at the narrow opening on Route #208 (AKA Courthouse Road) indicates the Confederate Cemetery. the cemetery was established in 1866 and contains about 570 Confederate soldiers who are buried by state. I could not help but notice a number of modern graves in the cemetery, too

 
Photo by William Bozic, TX

   

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