Photo Gallery

Union Soldiers of the 10th Maine stand amidst Federal graves on the battlefield. Cedar Mountain is in the background.
A Freight Train on the Orange & Alexandria Railroad at Culpeper-Courthouse, 1862. The village was then called Fairfax, or Culpeper Courthouse. The name changed to Culpeper after the war.
Timothy O’Sullivan captured this family at a house said to be the place where mortally wounded General Charles S. Winder died. The location of this photo is still unknown.
Reverend Philip Slaughter House
This is the Reverend Philip Slaughter’s House. It sits atop Cedar Mountain. Some soldiers called the battle “Slaughter Mountain,” an appropriate alternative name for the bloody fighting that took place in front of the home.
Federal Artillery, August 9, 1862.
Timothy O’Sullivan, photographer, captured Federal Artillery on the way to the battle, August 9, 1862.

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