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Historic Sites in Norfolk, VA

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Moses Myers (1753-1835) was a shipping merchant who came to Norfolk in 1787 from New York. He acquired this site in S... hmdb.org

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Fort Norfolk

Norfolk, VA

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Hostilities between the British and the Dutch continued for a number of years after the British took New Amsterdam in... hmdb.org

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Constructed in 1919, this building was used as a maintenance building for the Norfolk County ferries. From 1636 to 19... hmdb.org

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Before you is the Deep Creek Lock of the Great Dismal Swamp Canal. The canal was an important thoroughfare, connectin... hmdb.org

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Cedar Grove Cemetery

Portsmouth, VA

Cedar Grove Cemetery was established in 1831 as the first secular cemetery by the Town of Portsmouth. It was placed o... hmdb.org

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The village of Great Bridge was located at a strategic crossing of the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal. This canal, al... hmdb.org

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The congregation of this historic church was established in 1800 as an interracial congregation including whites,... virginia.org

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The parish of this beautifully renovated church dates back to 1791, with the arrivals of the Catholic laity and p... virginia.org

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St, Paul's Church was built in 1739. It is Norfolk's oldest building and the only structure to survive the Britis... virginia.org

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The first Hog Island Lighthouse was built in 1852 and was a white conical brick tower. This lighthouse lasted unt... virginia.org

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Norfolk is a participant in the Virginia Civil War Trails program that links over 250 sites located throughout th... virginia.org

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This marks the Northern limit of the fifty acres constituting the original town of Norfolk. It was bounded on the Nor... hmdb.org

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Founded in 1855, the Hospital of St. Vincent dePaul was Norfolk’s first civilian hospital. Located two blocks south a... hmdb.org

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First Baptist Church Norfolk Virginia has been registered as a Virginia Historic Landmark pursuant to the authority v... hmdb.org

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William F. Cody, asso­ci­ated with a West­ern exhi­bi­tion titled Buf­falo Bill (Him­self) and the 101 Ranch Wild Wes... hmdb.org

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Crawford House

Portsmouth, VA

Erected 1835 by J.W. Collins, Portsmouth’s first five-story building and for many years a leading hotel. Presidents V... hmdb.org

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Marshall Parks, Sr. 1786-1840 The Dismal Swamp Canal, located about six miles west of here, officially opened in 1805... hmdb.org

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The Pembroke Manor House

Virginia Beach, VA

The Pembroke Manor House has been place on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department o... hmdb.org

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Civil War Anchor

Chesapeake, VA

This 7,900-pound anchor was manufactured in 1861 by the Naval Yard Foundry in Washington, D.C., and most likely belon... hmdb.org

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Liberty to Slaves

Chesapeake, VA

…to reduce this colony to a proper sense of their duty…to His Majesty’s crown and dignity… On November 15, 1775, the ... hmdb.org

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