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(1-01) The view is looking north along Terry Road just east of the Carmelite Monastery. Terry Road is the four-lane road running under the I-55 overpass. From this position, Union artillery fired on the Confederate positions near Lynch Creek, which is hidden by the overpass
Photo by Brian Risher 


(1-01) The view is looking south from Lynch Creek toward the Union advance. The ridge where the Union artillery was placed is in the clump of trees in the middle background.  The previous photo was taken from the ridge.  Terry Road can be seen on the right
Photo by Brian Risher 


(2006) Enlarge The view is looking east from the Lynch Creek bridge in upper right photo
Photo by
Richard Edling

(1-01) This view from the Lynch Creek bridge is looking south toward the Confederate defenses. Terry Road is on the left. The trees in the background border Battlefield Park (Union earthworks constructed during the July 1863 siege of Jackson)
Photo by Brian Risher 

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