This is the view from the top of Lee’s Hill at the Fredericksburg National Battlefield in Fredericksburg, Virginia. This was the site of a Confederate Army encampment.
This is Chatham, a mansion that sits on a hill across the Rapahannock River from Fredericksburg, Virginia. During the Battle of Fredericksburg, this mansion was a Civil War hospital.
This is the home of Mary Washington, the mother of George Washington, in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
This is Rising Sun Tavern in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Once a tavern, it is now a living history museum.
This is the Peterson House in Washington D.C. It was in this house where President Abraham Lincoln passed away. The bed is below.
This is Ford’s Theater in Washington D.C. It was here where President Abraham Lincoln was shot. Although the box where he and Mary sat is off limits, the theater is still an active theater.
This is the 1218 of the Norfolk and Western Railroad on display at the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke, Virginia. This was O. Winston Link’s favorite locomotive to photograph.