A display at the visitor's center shows some of the items found on the battlefield over the years.
After viewing this, we imagined uncovering artifacts all over the park...
Look! A cannonball stuck in a tree! (Not really, it's a gall. We dubbed it the cannongall.)
Look! It's a soldier's tooth! (Not really, it's a bit of quartz.)
Look! It's leftover Confederate Weed-Eater string! (Not really, it's probably Union Weed-Eater string instead.)
And so on.
Another thing that occupied my brain involved wondering, "Was this tree here when the battle was fought?" The park is remarkably well-preserved. So there are trees much older than in your average neighborhood.
Large Oak tree.
Two big Water Oaks near the Visitor's center.
A largish Cedar.
Another big Oak, in the Union cemetery.
Further reading on the internet says (according to one of the park rangers) that the park's oldest trees would now be 146 - 153 years old. So some of these may have been saplings when the battle was fought.
That's my sister-in-law and mother-in-law, by the way!