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Egg hunts and many other special events are happening all over Virginia this weekend. Don't miss out!
Inscription reads: "In 1836, brothers Daniel and Henry Forrer, in partnership with Samuel Gibbons, purchased land here for an ironworks and built a ...
Inscription reads: "Built in 1846, Catherine Furnace was one of three Page County furnaces in operation during the Civil War. The 30-foot-tall main ...
Shenandoah, Virginia is the southernmost town in Page County. The town grew in the early 1800's to support an iron ore forge situated along the ...
Shenandoah River Adventures
The Historical Big Gem Park is being developed into a recreational area in the Town of Shenandoah. There is a stocked pond for fishing, gazebo and ...
Shenandoah Landing and River Park
Shenandoah Speedway, The
Inscription reads: "Having successfully driven Gen. Nathaniel Bank's Union army from the Shenandoah Valley in late May 1862, Gen. Thomas J. ...
Stonewall Memorial Park - Elkton
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Miller-Kite House Museum
Musuem where Stonwall Jackson was headquartered for two weeks in 1862. The Miller-Kite House features Civil War artifacts, including mostly ...
Elkton Boat Landing
The Elk Run Cemetery has graves of 48 Confederate soldiers, both Civil War veterans and those killed in battle. These are marked. There is also an ...
Inscription reads: "Less than a month after his defeat at Kernstown, Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson retired to the Elk Run Valley to rest his ...
The South Fork of The Shenandoah River is the principal stream which flows to the northeast where it is joined by the North Fork at Front Royal ...
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