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Historic Sites in Bloom Crossing, VA

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Brentsville, founded in 1820, served as the county seat for Prince William County from 1822-1893. The site interp... virginia.org

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Sully Historic Site

Chantilly, VA

Sully was the home of Richard Bland Lee, uncle of Robert E. Lee, and northern Virginia's first representative to ... virginia.org

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Battle of Kettle Run

Brentsville, VA

On August 27, 1862, two of Confederate Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's divisions plundered the Federal supply de... hmdb.org

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Marr Monument

Fairfax, VA

This stone marks the scene of the opening conflict of the war of 1861 1865, when John Q. Marr, Captain of the Warrent... hmdb.org

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Fairfax Station, established on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad in 1851, was originally known as Lee's Station unt... hmdb.org

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Blackburns Ford

Manassas, VA

Colonel William T. Sherman spent the morning searching for a location suitable for his brigade to cross Bull Run. He ... hmdb.org

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Ben Lomond is an antebellum farm that served as a hospital during the Civil War. The home was referenced in man... museumsusa.org

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Stone Bridge

Manassas, VA

From the east side of this stream Union cannon fired the first shots of First Manassas at Confederates on the opposit... hmdb.org

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At different times, Union and Confederate forces occupied the Fairfax County Courthouse at this important crossroads.... hmdb.org

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Built 1812 Old Town Fairfax This is the oldest house in the City of Fairfax and the first city-owned building to be p... hmdb.org

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Signal Hill

Manassas, VA

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This elevation behind the Confederate right flank at Manassas in July 1861 was one of four Confederate signal station... hmdb.org

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Out in the Virginia countryside, every history buff should pay a visit to the Manassas National Battlefield Park. S... 10best.com

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St. Marys Church

Fairfax, VA

Trails sign at this 1858 church describes the action here Aug. 8, 1864 when Confederate horsemen led by John Sing... virginia.org

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Lucasville School

Manassas, VA

Lucasville School is a reconstructed one-room school dedicated to interpreting post-Civil War African-American ed... virginia.org

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This was Prince William County's fourth courthouse. It was built in 1820 and served the county until 1894. REcent... virginia.org

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Built in 1908, The Candy Factory produced five to ten tons of candy daily which was shipped by train to every sta... virginia.org

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Old Stone Church

Centreville, VA

An inexperienced Union army marched past here on the way to the Manassas battlefield. Many soldiers returned woun... virginia.org

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Reid-Ballard House

Fair Oaks, VA

Union soldiers moved through here on their way to attack Jackson's troops during the 1862 Ox Hill (Chantilly) bat... virginia.org

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Home of Albert Speiden a noted architect. Speiden designed many buildings in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virgin... virginia.org

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Created in 1867 by the Ladies Memorial Association. A common grave was created containing the remains of 250 sold... virginia.org

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