Photo Contributors:
Walter Kasperczyk, NY: 2014
Billy Roberts, SC: May 2000
Carroll Moore, NC
Jack Snyder, NY: October 2001
Webmaster, OK: July 2006
Brian Duckworth, NC: May 2004
Mike Stroud, SC: 1980's
Chancellorsville Battlefield (NPS)
2. Battle of Chancellorsville - Wikipedia
3. The Battle of Chancellorsville Official Records and Battle Description
4. Battle Summary: Chancellorsville, VA
5. Virginia Civil War Battle Chancellorsville
6. Friends of Wilderness Battlefield: Historic Ellwood
7. The Curious Fate Of Stonewall Jackson's Arm : NPR
8. Visiting Stonewall Jackson's Left Arm at Chancellorsville

Photo Index    
Catharine Furnace
Chancellor Cemetery
Chancellorsville Inn   2   3   4
Chandler House site
Ellwood Manor
Fairfield Plantation
Fairview   2
Fairview House
Guinea Station
Hazel Grove   2
Jackson: Ambulance Route
Jackson: Amputation
Jackson: Death
Jackson: Grave in Lexington, VA   2   3   4
Jackson: Last conference with Lee
Jackson: Left Arm Burial Site   2
Jackson: March   2
Jackson: Shrine   2   3
Jackson: Wounded   2
Lee: Last conference with Jackson
Lee: Renews the Attack
Chancellorsville Map Painting
Battlefield sites marked by Craig Swain, Leesburg, VA
Union First Day Position Interpretive Markers
Courtesy of Walter Kasperczyk, NY

(May 2004) The Chancellorsville Visitor Center was built in 1963 within a few yards of the spot where "Stonewall" Jackson was wounded.

Photo by Brian Duckworth, NC


(May 2000) Site of Chancellorsville Inn
Marker: Chancellorsville Campaign
Photos by Billy Roberts, SC

(May 2000) Chancellorsville Inn in 1863
Billy Roberts, SC


(May 2000) Site where Gen. Thomas J. Jackson fell mortally wounded
Markers: Jackson Monuments     Marker 2
Photos by Billy Roberts, SC

(May 2000) Detail of monument in previous photo
Photo by Billy Roberts, SC


(1980's) Enlarge Wounding of Jackson
Photo by Mike Stroud, Bluffton, SC


(May 2014) Enlarge National Park Service Interpretive Marker: "Stonewall" Jackson's Arm
Photo by Walter Kasperczyk, NY


(May 2014) Enlarge Ellwood Manor (circa 1790). Built by Tidewater, Virginia native, William Jones. Jonesí daughter, Betty, inherited the 5,000-acre plantation in 1847. Confederate recovery hospital for six months following the Battle of Chancellorsville. Left arm of Stonewall Jackson buried in the family cemetery. Headquarters of Union Gen. Gouverneur K. Warren in 1864
Photo by Walter Kasperczyk, NY


(May 2014) Enlarge Ellwood Manor
Photo by Walter Kasperczyk, NY

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