A public meeting is being held at the Manassas National Battlefield Park to discuss the overpopulation of deer. One of the solutions being proposed is a controversial culling of the deer. The meeting is scheduled to take place on Thursday.
Originally built in 1825, the Stone Bridge was destroyed in the First Battle of Manassas; this one was built in the 1960s. For more information on its history, please see: http://www.nps.gov/mana/historyculture/places.htm
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The Stone House, Prince William County, VA, as it appeared in the early twentieth century from the rear view.
The view from Stone House. You can see Henry House in the background. Another home caught in the crossfire of the Bull Run battles. Judith Carter Henry, 85, died in Henry House. She was the first civilian casualty of the Civil War.
A marker placed in the yard of Stone House. The armies had occupied the Stone House during both battles at Manassas. The building served as a field hospital in both the First and Second Battles of Bull Run (also referred to as First and Second Battles at Manassas)