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Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park

Disease cause deaths and burials of many Confederate soldiers camped here after First Manassas. Gen. “Stonewall” Jackson’s forces severed the Union supply at Bristoe on August 26, 1862. The next day, Gen Ewell’s division guarded this position while Jackson plundered Manassas Junction. Battle erupted here on October 14, 1863 when the Union II Corps repulsed Gen. A.P. Hill’s Confederate corps. Park Entrance off of Iron Brigade Unit Avenue and Tenth Alabama Way, Bristow 38 43’ 37” N * 77 32’ 40” W Explore the Bristoe Station Campaign with the mobile tour! The tour includes seven stops on a 50-mile route that spans between Prince William and Fauquier counties and takes visitors on some of the same roads soldiers traveled during the 1863 Bristoe Station Campaign. Stops include Bristoe Station, Brentsville Courthouse, Buckland, the Old Jail Museum in Warrenton and Rappahannock Station. Use this link to access the mobile tour: bristoestation.oncell.com

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