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Greene County / Rockingham County
in Virginia Historical Markers
Rockingham County named for the Marquis of Rockingham, while Greene County is named after General Nathanael Greene.
posted by: vhasler
date approved: 3/17/2012
last visited: 2/10/2013
Washington County, Virginia / Tennessee
A bit of information about these two locations.
last visited: never
Campaign of Second Manassas
More history about US Civil War...
This Virginia Historical Marker describes the origins of Haymarket at the junction of the Old Carolina Road and a branch of the Dumfries Road. It's located in a small park on Washington Street (Hwy 55) and Fayette Street in Newmarket, Virginia.
posted by: Peter and Gloria
date approved: 2/29/2012
last visited: 2/29/2012
Montgomery County / Pulaski County
Counties named for US Revolutionary War heros.
date approved: 2/20/2012
The New River
History of the New River
History of Frederick Starn
Town's history 1856 thru 1913.
Key facts about these two counties.
Marker explaining multiple modes of transportion through this section of the New River valley.
History of the town on what was probably far edge back in 1934.
Rockingham County / Shenandoah County
Civil War Action in Edinburg
Description of several local events during US Civil War
Several statements about historical Woodstock. This marker is on south end of town.
date approved: 2/16/2012
Several statements about historical Woodstock. This marker is on the north end of town.
Stone house in region was built in 1753 - likely to protect against Indian attacks.
date approved: 2/15/2012
last visited: 2/25/2004
Frederick County / Shenandoah County
Description of the two countries.
Trenches on Hupp’s Hill
Trenches dug during US Civil War
House built to withstand Indian attacks.
Defensive earthworks constructed nearby during US Civil War
Battle of Cedar Creek
Reclaiming the bridge allowed Union forces to retake war supplies.
Action of Tom’s Brook
Cavalry skirmish during US Civil War
Last Indian-Settler Conflict
Skirmish that ended with wives with axes chasing off the Indians.
Our Soldiers' Cemetery
Cemetery for US Civil War dead
The Confederate Hospital
500 patient hospital built at the start of the US Civil War
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