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Historic Sites in Farmville, VA

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On this site 4-23-51, the students staged a strike protesting inadequate school facilities. Led by Rev. L. Francis Gr...


The Atkinson Museum displays items and exhibits on the more 225 years of Hampden-Sydney College history. Temporar...


Nearly a quarter of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee"s army, more than 7,700 men, were killed, wounded or captured ...


Rices Depot

Rice, VA

Lee established headquarters here in advance of this army as it passed Sailor's Creek. Wondering what was going o...


The Farmville Confederate Cemetery is located on Jackson Avenue in Farmville, Virginia, just north of the Appomat...


Longwood College

Farmville, VA

The college opened here in October 1884 as a "state female normal school". In 1914 the name was changed to "State Nor...


(Front):Battles of Sailors Creek April 6, 1865 "My God! Has the army been dissolved?" General R. E. Lee Hillsman's Fa...


(South Side):Cumberland County Area 293 square milesFormed in 1748 from Goochland, and named for the Duke of Cumberla...


Beulah African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church was founded in 1868. Originally, it was known as The Colored Methodis...


James F. Lipscomb

Farmville, VA

James F. Lipscomb was born a free black on 4 December 1830 in Cumberland County. He worked first as a farm laborer, t...


Just to the west lies Israel Hill, settled in 1810-1811 by approximately ninety formerly enslaved persons who receive...



Prospect, VA

Generals Grant and Meade used this location for their headquarters during the night. Grant stayed in the house and it...


On this site of the former R.R. Moton High School, the actions of some brave African-American students to achieve equ...


A fine example of early 20th Century architecture, the Moore Building has been renovated and serves as the VIRGIN...


Just to the west was the medical school of John Peter Mettauer, which became a branch of Randolph-Macon College in 18...


Founded on March 5, 1839 as the Farmville Female Seminary Association, Longwood is one of the oldest colleges origina...



Farmville, VA

Property acquired 1765 by Peter Johnston. Home of Peter Johnston, Jr., Lieutenant in Lee's Legion and judge of Circui...



Farmville, VA

Near here is the site of Bizarre, owned in 1742 by Richard Randolph of Curles. In 1781, his grandson, John Randolph o...


Union cavalry found Confederate infantry posted here along the road to Rice’s Depot. While others fought along Little...


Slate Hill Plantation

Hampden Sydney, VA

To the west is the estate of Nathaniel Venable (1733-1804), Slate Hill Plantation. He was a prominent citizen of Prin...

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