As we walked the Sunken Road last weekend, we stopped in front of the Innis house–a home that bears as many visible scars from battle as any house in America. Becca Jameson shared the following.
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Here, in front of this battle-ravaged house, scarred inside and out, and near a house once famous, now gone, we remember….
….the civilians, their town, their world, and how war changed them all.
Home is our great refuge—a place of safety, of comfort.
Capricious, unpredictable war threatens both.
A family in their shattered Fredericksburg home.
No town in American suffered longer or more variously than did Fredericksburg. For two years, the town or surrounding landscape were successively occupied, bombarded, looted, marched through, and fought upon.
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