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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...



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...


The Weems-Botts House offers a fascinating history on Virginia's oldest chartered town, Dumfries, in addition to ...


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


Rippon Lodge

Marumsco, VA

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


According to tradition, African Americans from the Mason Neck area and others who had recently moved to Virginia from...


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...


This area along Neabsco Creek was the center of Confederate winter encampments and fortifications in 1861-1862. T...


The park's access road lies on top of the original roadbed of the strategic Orange and Alexandria Railroad. The a...


Marshall Hall

Mount Vernon, VA

General Description Located in Bryans Road, Maryland, at the end of State Route 227 (Marshall Hall Road), visito...


Near here on the Occoquan River was Selecman’s Ford, a rocky, narrow river crossing used by both sides during the Civ...


On 4 December 1861, fifty-five men of the 3rd New Jersey Infantry, Col. George W. Taylor commanding, set an ambush ne...


Here lived Lt. Col. Silas Burke (b.1796 d.1854) and his wife, Hannah Coffer. Burke, for whom Burke's Station on the O...


Lee Chapel Church

Fairfax Station, VA

On this site stood Lee Chapel, a Methodist Episcopal Church, built 1871 and named in honor of General Robert E. Lee. ...


Efforts began in 1864, but it wasn’t until July 2, 1872, with the aid of the Pennsylvania Railroad, that this section...


After the Civil War, a small community of African Americans lived on Route 654, now known as Zion Drive. The Wrights,...


This stone's original inscription was Heare lyes bodey of Livt Willeame Herris who died May 16 : 1698 : aged : 065 ye...


The church was founded in 1859 but taken over by Union soldiers in 1861 to be used as a hospital. In the 1870s it ch...


Burke Station

Burke, VA

Burke Station was raided in December, 1862, by Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart. It was from this site, originally B...


The settlement of Lorton was named by Joseph Plaskett, who immigrated to Virginia from his home north of England in t...

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