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The minimum requirements to be approved as a Virginia Historical Marker are:
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First English Thanksgiving In Virginia
in Virginia Historical Markers
This Historical Marker commemorates The First Thanksgiving in Virginia in 1619.
posted by: Sneakin Deacon
date approved: 5/27/2015
last visited: never
Grayson County/North Carolina
A state line marker between North Carolina and Grayson County.
posted by: Markerman62
date approved: 4/8/2015
last visited: 4/8/2015
St. Paul's Church
One in a grouping of three markers on VA 3 west of King George.
Franklin County/Bedford County
This is located wholly in Bedford County as the county line is in the middle of the Roanoke River.
A descriptive account about the town of Wise that was originally called Big Glades and followed by Gladesville.
Peyton Guyn Hale
A member of the House of Delegates and State Senate in the 1800s.
Richmond's Defense line near where Kilpatrick halted his raid.
Major John Reed's pioneer home near Martinsville.
Seashore State Park
The original name for First Landing State Park.
date approved: 3/25/2015
last visited: 3/29/2015
The Great Dismal Swamp
A marker for the swamp that covered more than one million acres at one time.
last visited: 5/26/2015
Bristol Iron Works
A marker about an iron works that was located on the Rappahannock.
Henry County/Franklin County
A county line marker in the median of US 220.
King George County/Westmoreland County
A county line marker southeast of King George.
This marker tells about North Bend plantation that was built by the sister of President William Henry Harrison.
date approved: 3/22/2015
Kittiewan and Doctor Rickman
A marker about Kittiewan Plantation and its owner during the Revolution.
History of Oak Grove
George Washington went to school nearby among other bits of history.
A marker along Ewell's path toward Gettysburg.
Hanover Baptist Church
A marker for the oldest Baptist Church in King George County.
Clark Family Farm
The Clark family home where both George Rogers Clark lived and William Clark was born.
History of Dumfries
A marker in a grouping located on US 1.
One of several markers in a grouping on US 1.
Revolutionary War Campaign of 1781
One of a group of markers at this location.
William Byrd's Camp
Located not far from the North Carolina border and south of Ridgeway on US 220.
last visited: 3/28/2015
Maneuvering to the North Anna River
A battle after Spotsylvania Courthouse.
last visited: 3/11/2015
A marker about old parish lands.
date approved: 3/17/2015
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