As capital of the Confederate States, Richmond became a military target of the Federal Army. It was the seat of Jefferson Davis's administration and also the site of Confederate hospitals, factories, and prisons.
Richmond is has a number of fascinating Civil War sites. If you get a chance to visit Richmond, don't miss Chimborazo Park, the Confederate White House, Tredegar Iron Works, Belle Isle, and Hollywood Cemetery.
Click on a photo to see a larger version or start here for the tour including additional photos..
|Chimborazo Park||The Museum of the Confederacy||Drewry's Bluff||Lunch break|
|Museum and Tredegar Iron Works||The James River at Belle Isle||Richmond today||Tredegar Iron Works|
|Lecture at Hollywood Cemetery||Grave of Jeb Stuart||The James from Hollywood Cemetery||Statue of Jefferson Davis|
Copyright 2001-2005. Photos
taken by Linda Walcroft except for the picture at left of Linda and Frank
which was taken by E. B. Vandiver III.
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