Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg Battlefield by Markers:

Campaign Markers outside the battle area:

The state of Virginia has two markers, C-55 and N-4.

In addition, four markers (two state, one Civil War Trails, and one in Warrenton, VA) trace General McClellan’s farewell and Burnside’s assumption of command (map).

Chatham Heights (map) – Second Stop of the NPS tour of the Battlefield.

Pontoon Crossing sites (map)

Downtown Civil War sites (map)

Sunken Road / National Cemetery (map) – First stop on the NPS tour of the Battlefield.

Lee Hill / Howison Hill (map) – Driving tour stops 3 and 4.

Federal Breakthrough / Prospect Hill (map) – Driving tour stops 5 and 6.

The Slaughter Pen Farm (map) – The Civil War Preservation Trust’s recently opened interpretive trail.

Stuart on the Right Flank (map) – Southeast of park.

Several markers also detail the Confederate winter quarters (map) and the Second Fredericksburg (map) fought during the Chancellorsville Campaign.

The Sunken Road on Marye Heights

The Sunken Road on Marye Heights

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