Photos: Manassas National Battleground Park, August 10, 2017

My wife and her parents visited the Manassas National Battlefield Park on August 10, 2017. Here are some photos from their visit.

A man hikes up a hill behind the Stone House at Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Exterior of the Stone House, used as a Union hospital at Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Interior of the Stone House, used as a Union hospital at Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Interior of the Stone House, used as a Union hospital at Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Interior of the Stone House, used as a Union hospital at Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Interior of the Stone House, used as a Union hospital at Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Exterior of the Stone House, used as a Union hospital at Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Exterior of the Stone House, used as a Union hospital at Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A close-up of a Union cannon behind Henry Hill Visitor Center at Manassas National Battlefield Park. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A close-up of a Union cannon behind Henry Hill Visitor Center at Manassas National Battlefield Park. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A panorama of Henry House with the Stonewall Jackson statue to the right at Manassas National Battlefield Park. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A line of Confederate cannons at the Manassas battlefield. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A line of Confederate cannons at the Manassas battlefield. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A line of Confederate cannons at the Manassas battlefield. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A Union cannon at the flank of the Manassas battlefield. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A Union cannon at the flank of the Manassas battlefield. Photo by Jordan Nash.

The Stonewall Jackson statue. Manassas National Battlefield Park. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A panorama of the Manassas National Battlefield Park, with Confederate cannons in the distance. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A panorama of Henry House at the Manassas National Battlefield Park. Photo by Jordan Nash.

The Stonewall Jackson statue with a bird resting on his head. Manassas National Battlefield Park. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A walking tour group listens near the Stonewall Jackson statue at the Manassas National Battlefield Park. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Henry House, destroyed in the battle and rebuilt by the family of the only civilian killed in the battle, Judith Henry. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Union cannons stand ready behind Henry Hill Visitor Center at Manassas National Battlefield Park. Photo by Jordan Nash.

Henry House, destroyed in the battle and rebuilt by the family of the only civilian killed in the battle, Judith Henry. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A Union monument, built by soldiers following the first battle of Manassas. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A Union cannon stands ready behind the Henry Hill Visitor Center at the Manassas National Battlefield Park. My wife and her parents are walking from the Henry Hill Visitor Center to Henry House. Photo by Jordan Nash.

A National Park Service tour guide addresses a group, including my wife and her parents, at the Manassas National Battlefield Park (where the 1st and 2nd Battles of Bull Run/Manassas took place). Photo by Jordan Nash.

A National Park Service tour guide addresses a group, including my wife and her parents, at the Manassas National Battlefield Park (where the 1st and 2nd Battles of Bull Run/Manassas took place). Photo by Jordan Nash.

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