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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

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

Marumsco, VA

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

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

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

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

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Marshall Hall

Mount Vernon, VA

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

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

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

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

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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. ... hmdb.org

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

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

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

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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... patch.com

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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... hmdb.org

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

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