Sometimes you make the best of what you get: Ox Hill Battlefield

At a busy Northern Virginia intersection, tucked between office buildings, shopping complexes, and cookie-cutter housing complexes, is a small stand of just under five acres.  That’s all that remains intact of the land over which some 26,000 men fought over on September 1, 1862 during the battle of Chantilly or Ox Hill. The history ofContinue reading “Sometimes you make the best of what you get: Ox Hill Battlefield”