An unprecedented opportunity to see a special place: Moss Neck

From John Hennessy:

Mort Kunstler, Review at Moss Neck.

Few places in the Fredericksburg region are more steeped in both history and mystery than Moss Neck. Jackson’s headquarters during the winter of 1862-63, the place has been portrayed by artists and historians alike as a happy refuge, where war, a family, and a great man came together for several magical months.

Moss Neck is privately owned and rarely opened for visits. But this Friday night we will have special access, as History at Sunset visits Moss Neck, thanks to its kind owners.  Frank O’Reilly and Eric Mink will lead the way through the property.  For more information, click here and scroll down.

We hope our M&C readers can join us. The program begins at 7 p.m.

A 1927 ad for the sale of Moss Neck.

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