Park Research Documents
The architectural data section of Chatham's Historic Structure Report (HSR) offers a valuable look into Chatham's original architectural design, as well as the changes which have been made throughout the home's 200 years of residential history. The report was completed in 1984, following Chatham's inclusion into the park.
Chatham's Preliminary Historic Resource Study, compiled in 1982, provides a rich amount of information concerning the owners and residents of Chatham Manor from the 1770s to the 1970s.
The "Stonewall" Jackson Death Site's Historic Structure Report, compiled in 1968, provides information about the farm office of Fairfield Plantation, the place where General Stonewall Jackson died.
The Cultural Landscape Report for Ellwood on the Wilderness Battlefield provides a history of the plantation as well as an overview of existing conditions and possible future treatment.
Last updated: March 3, 2019