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US Civil War battle north of Luray
posted by: vhasler
date approved: 9/10/2011
last visited: never
Shenandoah County/Page County
County line marker on highpoint
Page County/Rockingham County
County line marker along Highway US340
Battle of Port Republic
Marker for US Civil War battle located along US340
last visited: 5/10/2014
Rockingham County/Augusta County
County line marker on US340 just south of Grottos
Early's Last Battle
Last cavalry battle of the Shenandoah Valley campaign during the US Civil War
date approved: 9/9/2011
Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center
The rehabilitation center opened in 1947 using a facility surplus from WWII.
Active (during summer weekends) ferry across James River
last visited: 5/7/2012
Local political representative during Revolutionary days
Scottsville started as the county seat
Ferry across the James River was started in 1881.
last visited: 6/20/2012
Battle of Trevilians
US Civil War battle
last visited: 10/2/2012
Civilian Conservation Corps Company 2359
CCC group from Mineral, VA did typical forestry tasks, including building a fire tower along SR33.
An 1800s iron furance was near here.
Engagement at Harris Farm (Bloomsbury)
US Civil War battle during the Spotsylvania campaign
Grant's Supply Line
US Civil War history on how VA Route 208 was used.
Fredericksburg Normal and Industrial Institute
History of local black school ~1906 to 1938
Nelson County/Buckingham County
County line marker out in country
Born near here, Cartwright developed the Methodist movement in KY, TN, IN, OH, and IL.
For 150th anniversary of US Constitution, red and white pines were planted - now a great forest.
Unfortunately, the historical marker last longer than the brass accessory manufacturer.
last visited: 9/27/2011
Amherst County/Rockbridge County
County line marker on Hwy US60
date approved: 9/7/2011
County line marker on twisty US501
Amherst County/Bedford County
County line marker
Home of John Goode
Goode was part of the secession movement.
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