CIVIL WAR BULL RUN BATTLEFIELD STONE HOUSE c. WARTIME CIVIL WAR BULL RUN BATTLEFIELD STONE HOUSE c.The Stone House, Manassas National Battlefield Park, is a two-story stone structure in Prince William County, Virginia. During the American Civil War, The Stone House served as a hospital during the First and Second Battles of Manassas. Due to this geographic location at an important crossroads, the Stone House found itself in the heart of both battles. OFFICIAL DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE c1950 HALFTONE PHOTOGRAPH OF THE.
MATTHEW BRADY IMAGE OF 1862. PERIOD ID ON THE REVERSE.
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