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Historic Sites in Basye, VA

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Built through the efforts of Mrs. William Steenbergen, the church has served as a meeting place for Mt. Jackson churc... hmdb.org

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Mount Jackson, in its beginnings, was known as Mount Pleasant. The first inhabitants of the Mount Jackson area we... virginia.org

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The Town of Mount Jackson is located in the Shenandoah Valley. It is a friendly town with a population of 13000. ... virginia.org

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Action at Mill Creek

Mount Jackson, VA

During the Civil War, Union Maj. Gen. Philip H. Sheridan began The Burning of mills and barns in the Shenandoah Valle... hmdb.org

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Our Soldiers Cemetery was established in 1861 on land obtained from Col. Levi Rinker. The cemetery, containing ab... virginia.org

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Sometimes called the "Little Church," the Union Church has long been a landmark of the Mount Jackson area. The or... virginia.org

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In September 1861, the Confederate Medical Department built a large general hospital on this site because Mt. Jackson... hmdb.org

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The Confederate Hospital

Mount Jackson, VA

The Confederate hospital was built here under the direction of Dr. Andrew Russell Meem, by order of the Confederate M... hmdb.org

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American Celebration on Parade is a one-of-a-kind exhibition of parade floats and celebration art that appeals ... museumsusa.org

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Built in 1892 by Franklin Hiser Wissler to provide access to his apple orchards at Strathmore Farms, this is the long... hmdb.org

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In September 1861, the Confederate Medical Department built a large general hospital on this site because Mt. Jackson... hmdb.org

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In the predawn darkness of 3 Oct. 1864, Capt. John Hanson McNeill led thirty of his Partisan Rangers, including local... hmdb.org

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Our Soldiers’ Cemetery

Mount Jackson, VA

The Mount Jackson Confederate Hospital’s Cemetery, now called Our Soldiers Cemetery, was dedicated on May 10, 1866 th... hmdb.org

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Andrew Zirkle Mill

Quicksburg, VA

Built in the 1750s by the Zirkel brothers and owned by the Revolutionary War patriot Andrew Zirkle, the mill operated... hmdb.org

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Woodlawn

Lost City, WV

The frame house across the road is Woodlawn, the home of James Ward Wood, who served as a private in Co. F (originall... hmdb.org

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James Ward Wood

Lost City, WV

While a student at Washington College in Lexington, Virginia, Wood formed a society that he named Phi Kappa Chi. He a... hmdb.org

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Built through the efforts of Mrs. William Steenbergen, the church has served as a meeting place for Mt. Jackson churc... hmdb.org

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Howard's Lick Howard's Lick, or Lee White Sulphur Springs, was once owned by Gen. Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee of Re... hmdb.org

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300 yards east is the first Lost River Valley Church. Built of logs, prior to 1797, on land deeded by Anthony Miller,... hmdb.org

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Featuring the artifacts and exhibits of early history of the Lost River Valley, the museum also offers de... americanheritage.com

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