Chatham Exit Road Closed 9/2-9/5
The Chatham exit road will be closed from September 2-5, 2014 as part of the project to restore the historic viewshed from Chatham Manor. The road will be closed at all times. Please use the Chatham entrance road as a two-way road. More »
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Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park
This program will explain the Battle of Fredericksburg. Students will visit the Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center and view the museum and orientation program. They will also take a short walking tour along the Sunken Road area of the battlefield. Fifth grade and seventh grade have been targeted because of their related curricular objectives.
- Lesson Plans
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
When war broke out in April 1861, thousands of young men rushed to join the colors. Why were they so anxious to go off to war? Then, after the horrors of war had been exposed, why were thousands more willing to enlist in 1862? Why did men of central New York decide to join a new unit, the 126th New York Volunteer Infantry in August of 1862? Each student will receive the identity of an actual soldier from that regiment, and eventually find out what happened to him as a result of the war.
- Lesson Plans
- Grade level:
- Fifth Grade - Ninth Grade
- Civil War, History, Military and Wartime History, Slavery, Social Studies
Did You Know?
Important fighting developed near Salem Church during the battle of Chancellorsville. Afterwards, it was a Confederate hospital.