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Amherst County/Bedford County
in Virginia Historical Markers
County line marker
posted by: vhasler
date approved: 9/7/2011
last visited: never
Amherst County/Rockbridge County
County line marker on twisty US501
The Courage of Frank Padget
This historic marker is located on Route 501 at the Rockbridge - Amherst County Line.
posted by: Sneakin Deacon
date approved: 3/8/2009
last visited: 2/21/2010
Indian and Settler Conflict
This historic marker is located near the Maury River where the first conflict between the Indians and Settlers in Rockbridge County took place.
date approved: 12/14/2006
last visited: 9/8/2011
Falling Springs Presbyterian Church
The Falling Springs Presbyterian Church was founded in the 1700's.
date approved: 1/29/2007
last visited: 10/13/2012
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Natural Bridge is located on Route 11 in Rockbridge County, Virginia
last visited: 3/3/2013
This historic marker stands adjacent to the Maury River in Buena Vista, which was the site of Moomaw's Landing.
For 150th anniversary of US Constitution, red and white pines were planted - now a great forest.
date approved: 9/9/2011
County line marker on Hwy US60
Stonewall Jackson House
This historic marker is located on U. S. Route 60, east of Lexington, Virginia.
date approved: 2/9/2007
last visited: 8/15/2012
Thorn Hill Estate
This historic marker stands on Route 251, just west of Lexington, Virginia
date approved: 3/19/2009
Audley Paul's Fort
This historic markers detail the conflict between the Indians and settlers in the mid-1750's
date approved: 12/1/2006
last visited: 5/29/2007
William Henry Ruffner
William Ruffner was Virginia's First Superintendent of Public Education.
Original African-American Cemetery
Historical marker noting the location of Lexington's original African-American cemetery.
posted by: SportsPhotoGuy
date approved: 9/14/2008
last visited: 8/16/2009
Washington and Lee University
This historic marker is located in downtown Lexington, Virginia near the historic Washington and Lee University Campus
last visited: 9/19/2013
Virginia Military Institute
VMI is the nation's first state supported military college.
posted by: VirginiaSeeker
date approved: 10/21/2006
last visited: 8/9/2010
Liberty Hall Academy Ruins
Liberty Hall Academy was the predecessor of Washington College (later Washington and Lee University). The ruins of Liberty Hall Academy are preserved on the Washington and Lee University Campus.
This historic marker stands in the Buffalo Valley of Rockbridge County.
date approved: 3/20/2009
This historic marker details the conflicts between Indians and settlers in the mid-1700's
last visited: 9/24/2010
Randolph-Macon Woman's College
Virginia Historical Highway Marker Q-6-14.
posted by: garmin_geek
date approved: 6/19/2010
last visited: 4/27/2011
Pearl S. Buck
Virginia Historical Highway Marker Q-6-22.
Bedford County/Campbell County
Virginia Historical Highway Marker Z-117.
date approved: 1/7/2011
Safe Haven in Lynchburg: Project Y
Virginia Historical Highway Marker Q-6-24.
James River Batteau
Virginia Historical Highway Marker R-22
date approved: 6/27/2010
Viginia Historical Highway Marker R-21
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