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Historic Sites in Occoquan, VA

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George Mason was instrumental in the framing of the United States government, but he shied away from publ... americanheritage.com

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Woodlawn Plantation

Alexandria, VA

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Built 1797 by John Wise, tavern keeper, and his residence, until 1799. Rental property when sold to Major Jacob Hoffm... hmdb.org

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Mount Vernon Trail

Mount Vernon, VA

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George Washington acquired Mount Vernon in 1754. Over a period of 30 years, he transformed the simple farmhouse into ... 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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The Weems-Botts House offers a fascinating history on Virginia's oldest chartered town, Dumfries, in addition to ... virginia.org

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Rippon Lodge is a 30 acre park that contains several historic buildings. The main house construction spans three ... virginia.org

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Occoquan

Woodbridge, VA

Captain John Smith explored this region in 1608. The town of Occoquan began with the opening of a tobacco warehouse o... hmdb.org

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Occoquan

Occoquan, VA

After Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s stunning victory at Chancellorsville in May 1863, he led the Army of Northern ... hmdb.org

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Saint Mary of Sorrows

Fairfax Station, VA

St.Mary's Church was built in 1858 for Irish immigrant workers constructing the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. A... virginia.org

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The Lake Accotink access road here lies atop the original road bed of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, chartered i... hmdb.org

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Let There Be Lights

Woodbridge, VA

This Monument is a testimony to the vision of PWSI President Ed Foster-Simeon’s Let There Be Lights campaign. On July... hmdb.org

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After schooling in England, George William Fairfax returned to Belvoir to live in 1746, and married Sarah Cary, also ... hmdb.org

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Ebenezer Baptist Church

Prince William, VA

Ex-slave Lewis H. Bailey organized Ebenezer Baptist Church in 1883. It is one of the oldest African-American Baptist ... hmdb.org

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This marker honors the suffragists imprisoned at the Occoquan Workhouse in 1917 and 1918, for picketing the White Hou... hmdb.org

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This is the site of Saint Charles Roman Catholic Church. The parish began as a Station Chapel in the nearby home of t... hmdb.org

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Minnieville

Woodbridge, VA

Nearby is Bel Air Plantation (c. 1740), burial site of Parson Mason Locke Weems, first biographer of George Washingto... hmdb.org

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Town of Occoquan

Occoquan, VA

In 1758 when John Ballendine built his dwelling, Rockledge, at Occoquan, the town began to prosper. By 1765 it was a ... hmdb.org

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Rippon Lodge

Dumfries, VA

Built by Richard Blackburn of Ripon, England circa 1745, Rippon Lodge was home to many noted individuals including Co... hmdb.org

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Williams Ordinary

Dumfries, VA

Built in the form of an eighteenth century mansion, neither a construction date nor a builder for the Ordinary is kno... hmdb.org

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Jim Weakland Field

Woodbridge, VA

This field is named in honor of a man who, for twelve years, dedicated his time to teaching the youth of Prince Willi... hmdb.org

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