NA RR June 2017

Stone Bridge: Manassas National Battlefield Park, Manassas, Virginia. The historic Warrenton Turnpike (modern US 29) crossed Bull Run at the Stone Ridge. It was here that Union artillery fire signaled the opening of the first major land battle of the Civil War on July 21, 1861.

NA RR June 2017 from Alohagreetings

NA RR April 2017

GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania – Immortalized by Lincoln’s commemorative address, Gettysburg marked the turning point of the Civil War in a clash of Union forces under General Meade and Confederate forces commanded by General Lee – a battle that cost over 7,000 lives.

NA RR April 2017 from promised

US to US Group 450

CIVIL WAR, VIRGINIA. Every year over 1,000 participants on both Confederate and Union sides converge on the fields of New Market, combining efforts to reenact the fighting which took place there during the Civil War. This battle that occurred on May 15, 1864 was unique in that it took the aid of 257 V.M.I. cadets to overcome Union forces. Locals and tourists each come out in grand numbers to witness the depiction of fierce fighting performed by Civil War enthusiasts.

US to US Group #450 from Mischellina

NA RR Feb 2017

Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865). Abraham Lincoln became the 16th president of the United States, leading his country through its greatest trial, the Civil War (1861-1865). He also saw slavery as hypocritical for a nation founded on the principle that “all men are created equal.” In January 1863, Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. On April 14th, 1865, he was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, DC by John Wilkes Booth.

NA RR February 2017 from veeder