Mr D's Barber ShoppeSalon / Barbershop • Suffolk, United States
Al is good people.
Try the hot chocolate: it contains nutmeg, vanilla and cayenne pepper!
At this location and with this gun was fired the first artillery round of the battle of Gettysburg.
First battle of the Peninsula campaign - May 5, 1862 - centered on this site
Climbing requires being on a ranger guided tour, not come and go at will as at Hatteras light.
Built on a man made island in Hampton Roads, this military installation also served as President Andrew Jackson's version of Camp David.
Suffolk Visitor Center has walking tour pamphlets to help you appreciate different details of this 200+ year old cemetery.
In aftermath of Federal breakthrough, Hill and his orderly came upon a pair of Federal troops. Refusing to surrender, they shot Ambrose Powell Hill dead on this spot. Land preserved by CWT.
300 Confederate troops held off 5000 Federals for 2 hours allowing Lee time to evacuate Petersburg lines
Federal breakthrough was contained by last minute approach of Longstreet's Corps. Lee had to be restrained by Hood's men who pleaded "Lee to the rear!"
Civil War unification point for Army of the Potomac stepping into the Battle of the Wilderness
Revolutionary War location where LaFayette and "Mad" Anthony Wayne's forces united months before Yorktown.