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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Virginia's festivals are perfect for families with funnel cakes, great music, wonderful arts and crafts, and so much more. Come, have fun!
The journey has been long, but while the Alexander Black House has rested a few years on a grassy knoll on Draper Road, a clear and compelling ...
Step right into the Museum's laboratory and see archaeologists at work reconstructing Alexandria's history, fragment by fragment. The Museum ...
The Alexandria Library Local History/Special Collections houses many resources for those interested in Alexandria and Virginia history and ...
Alexandria National Cemetery was first established in 1862 as Soldiers' Cemetery, one of the earliest sites dedicated by President Abraham Lincoln to ...
Alleghany Historical Society
Located in two Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Passenger Stations, the Alleghany Historical Society offers a look into the past of Covington, Clifton ...
Union cavalry attacked a column of Confederates under Gen. Jubal Early here July 16, 1864, after the Southerners ended their campaign into Maryland, ...
Inscription: Crossing this school site, the Loudoun and Berlin Turnpike once intersected the Leesburg & Snicker�s Gap Turnpike at a junction just ...
A nonprofit citizens' organization founded in 1958 to discover, procure, preserve, and present for study and research artifacts and documents ...
Anne Spencer was a poet, a civil rights activist, a teacher, librarian, wife and mother, and a gardener. More than thirty of her poems were ...
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
This African American church is one of Culpeper's oldest and originated in the 1850's....
The town of Appalachia is considered to be a largely intact "era" town of the late 1800s, early 1900s. At one time, the town was the center of a ...
Paintings range from traditional to impressionist, landscapes to landmarks, oil to acrylic, and digital giclée to mixed media. An array of ...
"Appomattox," the seven foot bronze statue erected in 1889 in honor of Alexandria's Confederate dead, is located at the intersection of South ...
The Appomattox County Historical Society Museum and Library is located in Courthouse Square in the town of Appomattox. The building ...
Appomattox Court House and National Historical Park
The Historic Aquia Church is one of the oldest active colonial churches still in operation in America today, and is designated a National Historic ...
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