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Manassas National Battlefield, VA - Henry House Hill Barn

Preserved barn on Henry’s House Hill at Manassas National Battlefield Park outside Manassas, VIrginia. This was the site of two dramatic battles of the American Civil War of the 1860s — First and Second Manassas, or what the rebel Confederate Forces called the Battles of Bull Run. Both were Confederate victories, the first in a rout. On July 21, 1861, the house on this hill was inhabited by a physician’s widow, Judith Carter Henry, and their two sons. The 85-year-old woman was mortally wounded when a projectile of the Union artillery crashed through a bedroom window. Photo by Carol Highsmith, 2019.
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Keywords:bull run, henry's house hill, manassas, manassas national battlefield park, virginia

Manassas National Battlefield, VA - Henry House Hill Barn