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Contents
Figures
Tables
Chapter 1
Chapter 2A
Chapter 2B
Chapter 2C
Chapter 3A
Chapter 3B
Chapter 4A
Chapter 4B
Chapter 5A
Chapter 5B
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
References

VIEWS OF A CHANGING LANDSCAPE

List of Figures

1.1

Location of Manassas National Battlefield Park, Prince William County, Virginia.

2.1

Map showing road networks developed in Manassas area by the turn of the nineteenth century (Madison 1807).

2.2

Railroads in the area by 1855 (Harrison 1987).

2.3

Sudley area by 1850.

2.4

McDowell Map of 1861 showing residence of R.C. Weir (Courtesy of Manassas National Battlefield Archives).

2.5

Atkinson Map of 1861 showing location of wheelwright shop (Courtesy of  Manassas National Battfield Archives).

2.6

Military artifacts recovered from kitchen rubble, Sudley Post Office, Megastratum III.c.

2.7

Carved lead in shape of tobacco pipe, Sudley Post Office, Megastratum III.b.

2.8

Two piece cuff button embossed with Michigan state seal, Sudley Post Office, Megastratum III.c.

2.9

Pulled C.S.A. Gardner minie ball, Sudley Post Office, Megastratum III.b.

2.10

Registered package receipt signed by Elizabeth Matthews  (Courtesy of Betty Duelley).

2.11

Photo of Sudley Post Office undergoing restoration in 1930s, (Courtesy of Manassas National Battlefield Archives).

3.1

Site plan of Sudley Post Office showing location of shovel test pits.

3.2

Trend surface map showing distribution of prehistoric materials located in stps at Sudley Post Office.

3.3

Trend surface map showing distribution of historic materials recovered from stps at Sudley Post Office.

3.4

Site plan showing location of metal detector hits.

3.5

Site plan showing concentrations of metal detector hits.  Concentration M5 is located south of the area shown on this map.

3.6

1861 Atkinson Map.

3.7

Site map of Sudley Post Office showing GPR survey transects.

3.8

Test run of GPR over lead brick.

3.9

Shallow anomaly located at N720E295.

3.10

Medium anomaly located at N762E337.

3.11

Deep anomaly located at N687E187.

3.12

Site map of Sudley Post Office showing concentrations of GPR anomalies.

3.13

Site map showing combined results of stps (H# and P#), metal detector sweeps (M#), and gpr (A#).
4.1 Map showing the Sudley Post Office structure with excavation units.

4.2

Plan of excavation units in potential area of Thornberry's wheelwright shop.

4.3

Plan of excavations units in area of prehistoric site.

4.4

Profile of eastern wall of Excavation Unit 24 showing Feature 32.

4.5

Plan view of Feature 12, bottom of Feature Stratum b.

4.6

Profile of northern wall of Unit 11.  Feature 15 is part of Megastratum III.b.

4.7

Profile of southern wall of Excavation Units 10 and 20, Features 21 and 26 are part of Megastratum IV.
4.8 Excavation Unit 20, Feature 21.a and 21. b.
4.9 Excavation Unit 10, Features 22, 23, and 24.
4.10 Excavation Unit 10, Features 25, 26, and 27.
4.11 Plan view of Excavation Unit 4 showing Feature 4.  Top shows feature as exposed at bottom of Megastratum II and bottom is after Unit Stratum D was removed.
4.12 Area cleared for proposed utility corridor to Sudley Post Office structure.
5.1 Thornberry property around 1850.
5.2 Thornberry property around 1860, note northern addition to structure.
5.3 Sigel Map of 1862 showing location of Sudley Post Office in relation to Sudley Methodist Church.
5.4 McDowell Map of 1861 showing location of Sudley Post Office in relation to Sudley Methodist Church (Courtesy of Manassas National Battlefield Archives).
5.5 Harris Map of 1861 showing the relationship of Sudley Post Office to Sudley Methodist Church, along with outbuildings (Courtesy of Manassas National Battlefield Archives).
5.6 Cock to a flintlock musket recovered from Megastratum III.b.
5.7 Matthews' property around 1875.  Note addition to the southern portion of the structure.
5.8 Photo of Sudley Post Office in the mid- 1930s (Courtesy of Manassas National Battlefield Archives).
5.9 Photo showing plantings around the perimeter of Sudley Post Office in the 1950s (Courtesy of Manassas National Battlefield Archives).
6.1 Plan of Sudley Post Office showing location of Megastrata III.a, III.b, and III.c.
6.2 Suspender fasteners with railroad insignia, Megastrata III.b.
6.3 Harmonica fragments recovered from Davis household deposits.
7.1 1862 image of Thorton house located 5 miles to the north of Sudley Post Office.  (Courtesy of Manassas National Battlefield Archives).

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