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Virginia is home to more Civil War sites than any other state, nearly 800 in total.
The beginning, the end, and a few battles in between. These are Virginia's six hallowed battlefields of the Civil War.
Confederates marched silently through here on their way to the battlefields at Totopotomoy Creek and Cold Harbor after fighting at the North Anna ...
Come ride with us at Bear Garden Farm! A working farm that dates back to the 1720's. We offer riding lessons and guided trail rides in beautiful Ha...
Hanover County has many sites associated with the Civil War. Most of the major battlefields can be found by following two driving trails establishe...
Situated along the Virginia Central Railroad, the depot was destroyed by Union Cavalry raiders early in the Civil War. It was quickly rebuilt, but ...
Despite its name, Church Quarter was built in 1843 as a residence. It survives as the best-preserved antebellum log dwelling in the region. Stonewa...
The historic courthouse (c.1735) along with the Hanover Tavern, and early 19th century jail and clerk's office, served as the political and judicia...
Once known as Hanover Junction, this village today is called Doswell. In this tiny hamlet the tracks of two important railroads intersect; the Rich...
After the Pamunkey crossings and immediately following a large cavalry battle just west, Union forces consolidated at Haw's Shop in late May 1864. An ...
Historic Polegreen Church
An 80-acre park offering trench works with rifle pits, which are considered among the most pristine Civil War earthworks in existence.
Dating from about 1723, the house stayed continuously in the Shelton Family for more than 275 years. Virginia patriot and politician Patrick Henry ...
Slash Church, built 1729 by the Anglican Parishioners, of southern yellow pine timbers cut & hand-hewn from the property in Hanover. Pastored b...
Lee's army defended positions south of the creek May 28 - June 1, 1864. Trails sign at the school and a wayside at the creek on Route 606 help tell ...
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