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History and Heritage in Crewe, VA

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Branch Ellington was responsible for this sophisticated Roman Revival courthouse built in 1843. The building disp...


Blackstone College

Blackstone, VA

Three blocks south is the campus of the former Blackstone Female Institute, after 1915 Blackstone College for Girls, ...


Burkeville Junction

Burkeville, VA

In June 1864, to deny Gen. Robert E. Lee the use of the South Side R.R. and the Richmond and Danville R.R., Gen. Ulys...



Blackstone, VA

Blackstone was first known as Blacks and Whites, after two rival late 18th-century taverns. One of these taverns, Sch...


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South of Farmville in Prince Edward County, the 6,496-acre Prince Edward–Gallion State Forest is one of three in Vi...


When the Russell Grove School in Amelia County grew too big for its building, land was found in Nottoway County near ...


Schwartz Tavern

Blackstone, VA

Schwartz Tavern, Blackstone"s oldest building, was purchased by an early settler in Nottoway County named John Sc...


Mount Nebo Church

Nottoway, VA

Mt. Nebo Church was founded shortly after the Civil War in 1867. A northerner named Mr. Rickets bought the place call...


We are located on Highway 460 in the heart of town (Crewe), four miles from the junction of 360/460. In the yard ...


On this site stood the Nottoway Training School, the first public school to provide secondary education for African A...


Erected by the Ladies Memorial Association of Nottoway July 20, 1893 Jeffress Artillery C.S.A Co. G 18 VA. Regt. A.N....


This is the site of the Old Nottoway Meeting House, built in 1769, the second Baptist church established south of Jam...



Burkeville, VA

This location, the junction of the South Side and Richmond & Danville Railroads, served as an important hospital, log...


Fort Pickett

Blackstone, VA

Named in honor of Confederate Maj. Gen. George Edward Pickett upon its creation in 1942, Camp Pickett was dedicated t...


Ella Graham Agnew

Burkeville, VA

First women extension agent for Virginia and U.S. Department of Agriculture, born and buried nearby. In 1910 she orga...


Lee's Retreat

Jetersville, VA

Sheridan reached here on April 4, 1865 with cavalry and the Fifth Corps, and entrenched. He was thus squarely across ...


Jamestown Oaks

Blackstone, VA

Through the Virginia 2007 Community Program the National Alumnae Association of Blackstone College planted 24 White a...


In June 1864, to deny Gen. Robert E. Lee the use of the South Side R.R. and the Richmond and Danville R.R., Gen. Ulys...


Wilson-Kautz Raid

Burkeville, VA

In late June 1864, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia were engaged in a desperate defen...


Lottie Moon

Crewe, VA

Lottie Moon, a native of Charlottesville, was appointed by the Southern Baptist Foreign Mission Board as a missionary...

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