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In Lexington, the Anderson House is a historic building legendary for its part in the war. For three days in 1861, the stately mansion became one of Missouri's important Civil War battle sites for clashing members of the Union Army and the Missouri State Guard. This deadly firefight, known as the Battle of Lexington, was one of the Civil War's major battles. Visitors tour both the historic building (Anderson House) and the 100 acres of Civil War battleground still preserved. The visitors center contains exhibits and programs that provide further insight into the battle that took place at this historic building on these historic grounds.
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