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Old House Vineyards
Confederate Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill (1825-1865) lived in the original portion of this house from age seven until 1842, when he entered ...
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This African American church is one of Culpeper's oldest and originated in the 1850's....
The first Culpeper Courthouse was built in 1750 on the northeast corner of Main and Davis Streets. Declared unsafe in 1808, it was rebuilt on the ...
Confederate Maj. John Pelham, commander of JEB Stuart's horse artillery, left from near here to fight Union horsemen who crossed the Rappahannock ...
The 1938 Culpeper State Theatre just recently completed a $9 million restoration and expansion phase, and reopened as a state-of-the-art ...
The Union encampment in Culpeper and surrounding areas during the Civil War occurred during the winter of 1863-64. A September 13, 1863, ...
The oldest church building in the Town of Culpeper, St. Stephen's was built in 1821.
During the Civil War, the Town of Culpeper was ...
During the Civil War, the Depot was the site of the Battle of Culpeper Courthouse on September 13, 1863. Both the Union and Confederate armies ...
Stroll at your own leisure through beautiful historic Culpeper. The Culpeper Visitor's Center provides a brochure, In and Around Culpeper, which ...
Piedmont Pathways: Day Rides & Sunday Drives from Culpeper, VA
The Depot is the site of "Reel LOVE", highlighting the emerging arts in Culpeper and the Virginia is for Lovers brand throughout Virginia. Stop ...
Culpeper National Cemetery
Museum of Culpeper History
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The Local History room at the Culpeper Library is a wonderful resource for family genealogy research, with Culpeper County court records and ...
Given "to the Masons of Culpeper County" under the will of American Revolutionary War hero General Edward Stevens in 1820, the original one-acre ...
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