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Stone house in region was built in 1753 - likely to protect against Indian attacks.
posted by: vhasler
date approved: 2/15/2012
last visited: 2/25/2004
Frederick County / Shenandoah County
Description of the two countries.
last visited: never
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
McNeill’s Last Charge
Description of final battle for Capt. John Hanson McNeill, Confederate Ranger
last visited: 2/10/2013
Battle of Fisher’s Hill
Early continues to be pushed south during US Civil War
Wounding of Adjutant-General A.S. Pendleton
Scott / Wise County
County line marker gives bit of history about both. Wise named after VA govenor and Scott after army commander.
date approved: 2/9/2012
last visited: 4/13/2014
Smyth County/Grayson County
Virginia Historical Highway Marker 85-Z on the Smyth and Grayson county line.
posted by: garmin_geek
date approved: 1/3/2012
Lovely Mount Tavern
This historic marker stands on Rock Road in the City of Radford, Virginia
posted by: Sneakin Deacon
date approved: 11/16/2011
Ingles Ferry Road
This historic marker stands near the intersection of Rock Road and Tyler Avenue in the City of Radford, Virginia
Virginia Historical Highway Marker, J-38. Ely's Ford.
date approved: 10/21/2011
Virginia marker RA-4 describing a historic, regional Presbyterian church.
posted by: archway
date approved: 9/29/2011
last visited: 12/30/2015
Georgia O'Keeffe lived in Charlottesville and taught summer art classes at the University of Virginia. The house she lived in stands on the corner with this marker.
First episcopal church in St. Anne's Parish.
date approved: 9/23/2011
last visited: 6/1/2003
Wilson Cary Nicholas 1761-1820
Marker for Virginia congressman and governor.
Southern Albemarle Rural Historic District
Marker announcing a very large historical district.
Fort Philip Long
A stone house constructed as protection against Indian attacks.
Execution of Summers and Koontz
Revenge execution of horse thieves.
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