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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.
Appomattox Court House and National Historical Park
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 ...
Battle of Tom's Brook & The Hottle-Keller Homestead
This was the hottest spot during the May 5, 1862, battle that challenged the Confederate rear guard as that army withdrew from its Peninsula lines ...
Beaverdam Creek Battlefield
Founded on May 11, 1834, Brick Church was used as a hospital by the Confederate Army, and soldiers were buried in unmarked graves in the cemetery. ...
Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park
This 18th century village was the scene of the Battle of Buckland, on October 19, 1863 between Confederate cavalry under Gen. J.E.B. Stuart and ...
Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park preserves and interprets key historical sites and the rich cultural heritage of the ...
Cedar Creek Battlefield is the site of a pivotal Civil War battle fought between the armies of Confederate General Jubal Early and Union General ...
The battle of Chancellorsville involved more men, and resulted in more casualties, than any other engagement ever fought on Virginia soil, including ...
Late in 1861 the Confederates turned Chapman's Mill into a meat curing warehouse and distribution center. Herds of cattle and pigs were enclosed ...
Chesterfield Historical Society
Civil War Battle of Trevilians
Civil War in Newport News
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