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History and Heritage in Orkney Springs, VA

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Action at Mill Creek

Mount Jackson, VA

During the Civil War, Union Maj. Gen. Philip H. Sheridan began The Burning of mills and barns in the Shenandoah Valle...


Our Soldiers Cemetery was established in 1861 on land obtained from Col. Levi Rinker. The cemetery, containing ab...


Built through the efforts of Mrs. William Steenbergen, the church has served as a meeting place for Mt. Jackson churc...


Mount Jackson, in its beginnings, was known as Mount Pleasant. The first inhabitants of the Mount Jackson area we...


The Town of Mount Jackson is located in the Shenandoah Valley. It is a friendly town with a population of 13000. ...



Lost City, WV

The frame house across the road is Woodlawn, the home of James Ward Wood, who served as a private in Co. F (originall...


James Ward Wood

Lost City, WV

While a student at Washington College in Lexington, Virginia, Wood formed a society that he named Phi Kappa Chi. He a...


Howard's Lick Howard's Lick, or Lee White Sulphur Springs, was once owned by Gen. Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee of Re...


300 yards east is the first Lost River Valley Church. Built of logs, prior to 1797, on land deeded by Anthony Miller,...


Andrew Zirkle Mill

Quicksburg, VA

Built in the 1750s by the Zirkel brothers and owned by the Revolutionary War patriot Andrew Zirkle, the mill operated...


American Celebration on Parade is a one-of-a-kind exhibition of parade floats and celebration art that appeals ...


Long's Chapel and Zenda

Harrisonburg, VA

Long's Chapel was built in 1870, a year after William and Hannah Carpenter and the Church of the United Brethren in C...


Edinburg was settled in the latter part of the 18th century by Germans and Swiss whom the rich soil, beautiful co...


The Virginia Museum of the Civil War (VMCW) interprets the 1864 Battle of New Market with emphasis on the role of...


The Bloody Cedars

New Market, VA

As the Battle of New Market unfolded on May 15, 1864, Confederate troops under Gen. John C. Breckinridge heavily assa...


Inscription reads: "Built in 1846, Catherine Furnace was one of three Page County furnaces in operation during th...


Sometimes called the "Little Church," the Union Church has long been a landmark of the Mount Jackson area. The or...


From soldiers and generals to civilians--Shenandoah Valley Americans experienced the full horror of the C...


Oriskany Sand

Wardensville, WV

The massive sandstone forming the cliff is the Oriskany of the driller, and the geologist. The "Oriskany Sand", an im...


The Lincoln Homestead c. 1800 is currently privately owned. However, there is a historical marker in front of the...

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