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  • A stone wall stood approximately 500` below this knoll that provided a defensive line for Confederate fire.A stone wall stood approximately 500` below this knoll that provided a defensive line for Confederate fire.12/16/2011
  • The Stone Wall on the Cunningham Farm - Rooney Lee and his Confederates fired upon Buford and his men from a stone wall, as the Union soldiers tried to advance from the knoll.The Stone Wall on the Cunningham Farm - Rooney Lee and his Confederates fired upon Buford and his men from a stone wall, as the Union soldiers tried to advance from the knoll.12/16/2011
  • Rooney Lee`s Fighting Retreat - Rooney Lee, son of Robert E., met Buford`s forces at the Cunningham farm and continued to battle as he retreated to help at Fleetwood Hill.Rooney Lee`s Fighting Retreat - Rooney Lee, son of Robert E., met Buford`s forces at the Cunningham farm and continued to battle as he retreated to help at Fleetwood Hill.12/16/2011
  • This is the spot where the 7th VA Cav met the 8th NY Cav and 8th IL Cav.This is the spot where the 7th VA Cav met the 8th NY Cav and 8th IL Cav.12/16/2011
  • Buying Time on the Beverly Ford Road - Confederate soldiers scrambled out of sleep to meet the Union advance and delay them. Col. Grimes Davis, who was leading the Fed soldiers was killed.Buying Time on the Beverly Ford Road - Confederate soldiers scrambled out of sleep to meet the Union advance and delay them. Col. Grimes Davis, who was leading the Fed soldiers was killed.12/16/2011
  • Union soldiers advanced down the road off to the left in the distance totally unexpectedly.Union soldiers advanced down the road off to the left in the distance totally unexpectedly.12/16/2011
  • Surprises at the Crossing -- the Union army thought Stuart`s cavalry was at the Culpeper courthouse and the Confederates did not expect enemy forces to cross the river at Beverly`s Ford and scrambled to delay them.Surprises at the Crossing -- the Union army thought Stuart`s cavalry was at the Culpeper courthouse and the Confederates did not expect enemy forces to cross the river at Beverly`s Ford and scrambled to delay them.12/16/2011
  • Just follow the mowed pathway to other historical displays and points of interest of the Battle of Brandy Station.Just follow the mowed pathway to other historical displays and points of interest of the Battle of Brandy Station.12/16/2011
  • Sign at the trailhead of the Buford`s Knoll Walking TourSign at the trailhead of the Buford`s Knoll Walking Tour12/16/2011
  • CWPT marker - The Civil War in Culpeper CountyCWPT marker - The Civil War in Culpeper County12/16/2011
  • Buford brought his Union troops down this road after crossing the Rappahannock River in June 1863.Buford brought his Union troops down this road after crossing the Rappahannock River in June 1863.12/16/2011
  • Start of the Gettysburg Campaign - another site saved by the CWPT.Start of the Gettysburg Campaign - another site saved by the CWPT.12/16/2011
  • The sign at entrance to the Brandy Station Battlefield at Buford`s Knoll.The sign at entrance to the Brandy Station Battlefield at Buford`s Knoll.12/16/2011
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