Hidden / by Dave Hileman

In the attic of the Arlington House, once the home of R. E. Lee, you can see graffiti from the Civil War soldiers that were stationed here. This one is from 1863 and in a twist is also a Lee. The ranger told me that up to fifty men would have lived here. It was a treat to see this as she had to unlock the attic door and allow us entrance to the area. I think I saw about thirty different places still preserved from the era.