The house is terrific. The grounds, especially the cemetery, are lovely. And the commentary by the docent, very interesting. Who knew that the bloodiest battle of the Civil War in terms of casualties per hour took place in the front yard? And the only marks on the house are the bloodstains on the floors when it was turned into a battlefield hospital. Well worth the visit.
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