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Damn Yankees
Richmond National Battlefield, VA - March 19, 2006

Drewry's Bluff was a major defensive fortification along the James River during the Civil War, perching high above the river just around a bend with a view for miles downstream. This made it easy for the Confederate soldiers to bombard and snipe at any invading Union ships, who could not easily retaliate.
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