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Experience life as it was in our nation's yesterdays. Explore original buildings, homes, and shops reconstructed on 301 acres.
Records show that the Bailey family first settled in what later became Tazewell County more than 230 years ago. Richard Peyton Bailey, Sr. re...
The Baldwin Block Canvases depict a streetscape view of buildings and places significant to the history of this location on Fayett...
This park is the site of Loudoun County's largest Civil War battle and one of the Nation's smallest national cemeteries. Hiking trails and interpre...
Inscription: Nearby is the likely site of the Confederate "masked battery" (concealed artillery) that was an object of Federal concern early in the...
Balthis House -- the oldest house on the oldest street in Front Royal, built circa 1787, is open to the public for guided tours May 1-October 31 an...
A typical Shenandoah Valley wartime farmstead has been relocated to this site. Civil War Trails interpretive sign personalizes a typical family ...
What is the Barrier Islands Center? It is a gathering place, graced by weathered porch rockers that welcome you into an art gallery and gift...
18th century five part Palladian style mansion which is just beginning restoration. Battersea was built by Petersburg's Founding Father, John ...
Battery Dantzler was contructed at the northern end of the Howlett Line in May 1864 to stop Union naval forces from advancing up the James River. U...
This Aug. 27, 1862, battle was a prelude to the Battle of Second Manassas (Aug. 28-30, 1862). Learning that Confederates had occupied Manassas Junc...
Marker details the Battle of Aldie and is located next to a monument to the 1st Massachusetts Calvary....
Inscription(Preface): After Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's stunning victory at Chancellorsville in May 1863, he led the Army of Northern Virginia ...
Confederate attacks here May 5, 1864, failed to dislodge Union infantry stationed along the Southern communication and suppy line lines from Richmond ...
Inscription reads: "Many immigrants fought for the North and the South during the Civil War. Their numbers were especially high in Gen. Louis ...
Inscription reads: "On June 8, 1862, during the Battle of Cross Keys, Gen. Isaac R. Trimble's Confederate brigade of a little more than 1,500 men ...
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