Chancellorsville Visitor Center Closed Beginning Dec. 23
The Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center will be closed for renovation work until March 15, when we expect to open on a limited basis. The information desk, restrooms, and bookstore will open then, but exhibits will be closed as we install new.
Exhibit renovations at Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center
The Fredericksburg Battlefield Visitor Center will be closed Friday, March 7, and exhibits will be unavailable as we work on dismantling existing exhibits and prepare for new. The bookstore will remain open.
Order of Battle Chancellorsville Union Cavalry
Cavalry Corps: Army of the Potomac:
8th Illinois Cavalry: Lieut. Col. David R. Clendenin
1st Michigan Cavalry (1 Company), Company L: Lieut. John K. Truax
6th New York Independent Artillery: Lieut. Joseph W. Martin
1st Massachusetts Cavalry: Lieut. Col. Greely S. Curtis
3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry: Lieut. Col. Edward S. Jones
2nd United States Artillery, Battery A, Capt. John C. Tidball
1st Maine Cavalry: Col. Calvin S. Douty
12th Illinois Cavalry: Lieut. Col. Hasbrouck Davis
Reserve Cavalry Brigade
6th Pennsylvania Cavalry: Maj. Robert Morris Jr.
2nd United States Horse Artillery, Batteries B and L: Lieut. Albert O. Vincent
Did You Know?
In 1888 members of Stonewall Jackson's staff placed a monument to him near where he was wounded. They chose a location along the main road, today called Route 3. The actual spot of Jackson's wounding was on the Mountain Road, about 50 yards NE of the monument.