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The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Civil War reenactors Bethany Lacy (left) and Paul Gross (right) fire a 10-pound Parrott rifle gun during an artillery demonstration at Manassas National Battlefield Park during the 143rd anniversary of the Battle of First Manassas, the first major battle of the Civil War. Bethany Lacy is one of only a handful of female artillery living historians. Although there were approximately 600 documented cases in which women fought in combat roles during battles during the Civil War, the "vivandières", there is still a prejudice among some today that it is not appropriate for a female to portray Civil War combatants.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Cannon rest on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Henry Hill Monument which is located behind the Henry House on the Antietam National Battlefield Park.  Just eight weeks after Lee's surrender to Grant soldiers of the 5th Pennsylvania Heavy artillery began construction of this monument dedicated to the  memory of the patriots who fell at Bull Run  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Cannon rest on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Mrs. Henry's home on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on Matthews Hill which was the location of the opening phase of the First Battle of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A monument to General Barnard E. Bee, the Commander of the 3rd Brigade of the Army of the Shenandoah who fell, mortallly wounded, on this location on July 21, 1861.  It was he who shouted the immortal words just before being wounded, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Cannon rest on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography ivil War reenactor Bethany Lacy explains the process of firing a cannon during an artillery demonstration at Manassas National Battlefield Park during the 143rd anniversary of the Battle of First Manassas, the first major battle of the Civil War. Bethany Lacy is one of only a handful of female artillery living historians. Although there were approximately 600 documented cases in which women fought in combat roles during battles during the Civil War, the "vivandières", there is still a prejudice among some today that it is not appropriate for a female to portray Civil War combatants.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A Union re-enactor explains the processes involved in firing a 10-pound Parrott gun during the 143rd Anniversary weekend events at Manassas National Battlefield.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Henry Hill Monument which is located behind the Henry House on the Antietam National Battlefield Park.  Just eight weeks after Lee's surrender to Grant soldiers of the 5th Pennsylvania Heavy artillery began construction of this monument dedicated to the  memory of the patriots who fell at Bull Run  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Matthews Hill which was the location of the opening phase of the First Battle of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Cannon rest on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Mrs. Henry's home on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Henry Hill Monument which is located behind the Henry House on the Antietam National Battlefield Park.  Just eight weeks after Lee's surrender to Grant soldiers of the 5th Pennsylvania Heavy artillery began construction of this monument dedicated to the  memory of the patriots who fell at Bull Run  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on Matthews Hill which was the location of the opening phase of the First Battle of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Cannon rest on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A carving by Private Charles E. Brehm that he made in an upstairs room while he was healing from his injuries sustained during the Second Battle of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A carving by Private Eugene P. Geer that he made in an upstairs room while he was healing from his injuries sustained during the Second Battle of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Henry Hill Monument which is located behind the Henry House on the Antietam National Battlefield Park.  Just eight weeks after Lee's surrender to Grant soldiers of the 5th Pennsylvania Heavy artillery began construction of this monument dedicated to the  memory of the patriots who fell at Bull Run  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography Mrs. Henry's gravestone on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stone Bridge crossing over over Bull Run Creek.  During the Second Battle of Manassas the Union Army retreated across this this bridge.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A lone cannon rests on the Henry House Hill on the Manassas Battlefield National Park.  On July 21, 1861 85 year-old Mrs. Judith Carter Henry was bed-ridden and unable to evacuate when the fighting came to her property.  She was mortally wounded when a Union shell crashed through her bedroom wall and severed off one of her feet and caused other injuries.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography This is the location Wade Hampton was wounded on the Henry House Hill during the first Battle of Manassas after coming under heavy fire from Union forces.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography This marker marks the location where Lieutenant Ramsey of Ricketts' Battery was killed during the first Battle of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography This marker marks where the 7th Georgia Regiment's location during their battle with Rickett's battery.  During the battle the 7th Georgia suffered 153 casualties out of the 580 men present.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography A marker showing where Colonel Cameron of the 79th New York Regiment was killed on July 21, 1861 during the first Battle of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stone Bridge crossing over over Bull Run Creek.  During the Second Battle of Manassas the Union Army retreated across this this bridge.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Old Stone House which was used as a hospital during both the first and second Battles of Manassas.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Henry Hill Monument which is located behind the Henry House on the Antietam National Battlefield Park.  Just eight weeks after Lee's surrender to Grant soldiers of the 5th Pennsylvania Heavy artillery began construction of this monument dedicated to the  memory of the patriots who fell at Bull Run  © Mike Lynaugh Photography The Stonewall Jackson Monument stands in the approximate location the general held on Henry Hill during First Manassas.  It was here that Jackson earned the nickname "Stonewall" when General Barnard E. Bee tried to rally his men and said, "Form, form, there stands Jackson like a stone wall, rally behind the Virginians!"   Bee suffered a mortal wound a short time later on this same field.  © Mike Lynaugh Photography jQuery Images by VisualLightBox.com v5.3m