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Burial grounds of Shiloh Baptist (Old Site & New Site) and Mount Zion Churches. Joseph F. Walker and Jason C. Grant are buried here. The separate marker, above this one, states: Gates presented by Ever Ready Club, Shiloh, Old Site Church, May…
Fredericksburg has experienced floods since its earliest settlement. The Rappahannock River originates 77 miles to the west, in a mountain spring, and the upriver watershed drains a very large expanse. By the time is passes Fredericksburg, the riv…
1892Built for Knights of Pythias Lodge #22 & Myrtle Lodge #50 Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Knights of Pythias Lodge until 1961
"On motion made and seconded, resolved unanimously that the new burying ground be enclosed with brick...."      Council Minutes of July 6th, 1824      Robert Lewis, Mayor (Buried in the Masonic Lodge Cemetery) In 1774, St. G…
This nine-inch smooth bore "Dahlgren" gun is one of the few remaining artifacts from the CSS Virginia (formerly known as the USS Merrimack). This gun saw action on March 8, 1862 off of Hampton, Virginia when the Virginia encountered and …
"This point, densely wooded when first chosen, became the most important, perhaps, in the entire scene as the position affording the best view of all the field...." Brig. Gen. W.M. Pendleton, Lee's Chief of Artillery
On May 4, 1863, Colonel Lewis A. Grant's brigade of Vermont regiments held the ridge to your right front. Late i the day, Brigadier Generals Harry T. Hays and Robert Hoke launched their Louisiana and North Carolina brigades against a Union line at…
Located directly across the river from where you are standing is the site of the boyhood home of George Washington where he lived from the age of six until he was 20. The farm gets its name from the ferry that once crossed the river here, providin…
From May 1-3, 1863 Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson fought a powerful federal army to a standstill at Chancellorsville, while Major General Jubal A. Early's division confronted the Union 6th Corps at Fredericksburg. On May 4th, followi…
has been registered as aVirginia Historic Landmarkby the Virginia Board of Historic Resourcesand placed on theNational Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of the Interior
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