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History and Heritage in Star Tannery, VA

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In 1783, Isaac Hite, Jr. married Nelly Madison Hite of Montpelier, and acquired by grant from his father the 483 acre...


Sunday, October 9th During the evening of October 8, 1864, Gen. Lunsford L. Lomax reached this position with two brig...


This fun and fact filled Civil War Park has something for everyone. Walking trails along Civil War earthworks pro...


Historic Strasburg

Strasburg, VA

The Town Run is to your right. One source of the stream comes from a spring several blocks north at Hupp's Homestead....


Dedicated on 15 October 1907, this monument is adjacent to the original Valley Pike right of way. It marks the easter...


The Cauldron

Middletown, VA

The defense of the high ground around Middletown Cemetery by the 2nd Division, U. S. VI Corps, stopped the Confederat...


End Of Sheridan’s Ride

Stephens City, VA

This knoll marks the position of the Union Army when Sheridan rejoined it at 10:30 A.M., October 19, 1864, in the Bat...


Heater Fields

Middletown, VA

The 2nd (Vermont) Brigade of the 2nd Division, VI U.S. Corps, briefly deployed around the Heater House as skirmishers...


Commanding Reserve Brigade Cavalry Corps Army of the Shenandoah Fell in action near this place October 19, 1864 Usefu...


Here Stonewall Jackson, on May 24, 1862, attacked Banks retreating from Strasburg and forced him to divide his army.


Union Withdrawal

Strasburg, VA

Elements of Brigadier General James W. MacMillan's 1st Division, XIX U.S. Corps, left their part of the earthworks to...


Civil War Strasburg

Strasburg, VA

The railroad tracks before you follow the route of the Manassas Gap Railroad, which reached Strasburg from Washington...


Hupp's Hill

Strasburg, VA

During mid-October 1864, Union Gen. Philip Sheridan's army was camped along the north bank of Cedar Creek, confident ...


(East Facing Side): Shenandoah County Area 510 Square Miles Formed in 1772 from Frederick, and first named Dunmore fo...


In the spring of 1862, U.S. Army Capt. Edward Hunt, an engineer, constructed a fortification on the hill where the St...


These trenches were constructed by Sheridan in the autumn of 1864 while campaigning against Early.


Battle of Cedar Creek

Fishers Hill, VA

The breaking of this bridge in the evening of October 19, 1864 permitted Sheridan to retake most of the material capt...


Samuel Kercheval

Strasburg, VA

Author of History of The Valley of Virginia 1st Edition Printed in Winchester 1833 Born Frederick County now Clarke C...


Those earthworks were built in October 1864 by the 2nd Division, VIth U.S. Corps under the supervision of its adjutan...


Fort Bowman

Strasburg, VA

The stone house to the south is Fort Bowman, or Harmony Hall, built about 1753 for George Bowman who emigrated from P...

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