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Virginia Civil War Sites & VA CSA / Union Historic Places

Civil War Sites
23rd USCT at the Alrich Farm
39th Illinois Veteran Volunteers
A Noted Preacher
Action at Bristoe Station
Action at Dranesville
Action at High Bridge
Action at Mill Creek
Action at Stephenson’s Depot
Action at Tye River
Action of Nance’s Shop
Action of Rutherford’s Farm
Adams-Van Lew House
Advance on Petersburg
Albert Gallatin Willis
Alleghany County~West Virginia
Amherst County~Campbell County
Andrew Zirkle Mill
Appomattox Campaign (Sutherland Station)
Appomattox Court House Confederate Cemetery
Aquia Landing
Ashland Farm
Attack at Ox Ford--24 May 1864
Augusta Military Academy
Ball’s Bluff Masked Battery
Barton Heights Cemeteries
Battle Of Bethesda Church
Battle Of Cloyd’s Mountain
Battle of Appomattox Station--1865
Battle of Ball’s Bluff
Battle of Big Bethel
Battle of Brandy Station
Battle of Bristoe Station
Battle of Cedar Creek
Battle of Cedar Mountain
Battle of Cedar Mountain
Battle of Chantilly (Ox Hill)
Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain
Battle of Coffee Hill--(Second Battle of Auburn)
Battle of Cold Harbor--Flag of Truce
Battle of Cross Key
Battle of Drewry’s Bluff
Battle of Fisher’s Hill
Battle of Five Forks
Battle of Hatcher’s Run--5-7 February 1865
Battle of Kelly’s Ford
Battle of Marion
Battle of Middleburg
Battle of New Market Heights
Battle of New Market
Battle of New Market
Battle of Ox Hill (Chantilly)
Battle of Sailor’s Creek
Battle of Sailors (Sayler’s) Creek
Battle of Savage’s Station
Battle of Trevilians
Battle of Williamsburg
Battle of Yellow Tavern
Battle of the Wilderness
Battles of Fredericksburg
Bedford County ~ Campbell County
Bedford County~Campbell County
Belle Boyd and Jackson
Bellona Arsenal
Bennett’s Home
Bermuda Hundred
Birthplace of Fitzhugh Lee
Birthplace of General Jubal Early
Birthplace of Governor Wise
Birthplace of Rives
Birthplace of Roger Atkinson Pryor
Birthplace of the Confederate Battle Flag
Black Horse Cavalry
Blackwater Line--Blackwater Bridge
Blackwater Line--Blackwater Bridge
Blackwater Line--Franklin
Blackwater Line--Joyner’s Ford
Blackwater Line--Joyner’s Ford
Blanche Kelso Bruce
Blandford Church and Cemetery
Bollingbrook Hotel
Bottom’s Bridge
Boyhood Home of Colonel John Mosby
Boyhood Home of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston
Brave to Madness
Brentmoor: The Spilman-Mosby House
Bristol, Virginia
Buckingham County~Fluvanna County
Buffalo Lick Plantation
Bunch of Grapes Tavern
Burgess Mill
Burke Station
Butts Tavern
Camp Cobb at Gunnery Springs
Camp Cobb at Gunnery Springs
Camp Davis
Camp Family Homestead
Camp Hamilton
Camp Manufacturing Company
Campaign of Second Manassas
Campaign of Second Manassas
Campbell County ~ Appomattox County
Campbell County ~ Charlotte County
Campbell County ~ Halifax County
Captain Sally L. Tompkins, C.S.A.--1833-1916
Capture of Front Royal
Caroline County~Essex County
Carsley United Methodist Church
Castleman’s Ferry Fight
Cattle (Beefsteak) Raid
Cavalry Action At Linney’s
Cavalry Action at Cold Harbor
Cavalry Battles
Cavalry Engagement Near Hunter’s Mill
Cavalry Engagement at Jack’s Shop
Cavalry Engagement
Cavalry Engagement
Cavalry Engagement
Cavalry Raids
Charles City Road
Charles Fenton Mercer
Charlottesville General Hospital
Charlottesville General Hospital
Charlottesville Woolen Mills
Charlottesville Woolen Mills
Chester Station Fight
Civil War Action at Mathias Point
Civil War Action in Edinburg
Civil War Cavalry Skirmish
Clover Hill Mining District
Col. John Jameson
Colonel John Singleton Mosby
Colonel John Singleton Mosby
Concord Depot
Confederate Defenses
Confederate Fort Whitworth
Confederate March From the North Anna River
Confederate March From the North Anna River
Confederate March From the North Anna River
Confederate Memorial Chapel
Confederate Prison No. 6
Confederate Reconnaissance Mission
Confinement of Jefferson Davis
Coppahaunk Springs
Corling’s Corner
Cox House
Craig County~West Virginia
Craney Island
Crockett’s Cove
Culpeper County~Madison County
Cumberland County Court House
Cumberland Gap
Dahlgren’s Cavalry Raid
Dahlgren’s Raid
Dahlgren’s Raid
Darbytown Road
Darbytown Road~Pioneer Baptist Church
Death of 2d Lt. James Big Yankee Ames
Defenses of Richmond
Defenses of Washington
Delaplane--(Formerly Piedmont Station)
Devereux Station
Double Tollgate
Douglas Southall Freeman
Drewry’s Bluff (2)
Dumfries Raid
Dunlop’s Station
Early History of Suffolk
Early Stages of Stuart’s Ride Around McClellan
Early’s Last Battle
Early’s Washington Campaign
Earlysville Union Church
Eckington School
Edge Hill
Edmund Ruffin’s Grave
Ely’s Ford
Emmanuel Church at Brook Hill Episcopal
Emporia Railroad History
End of Sheridan’s Ride
Engagement At Malvern Cliffs
Engagement at Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 7 April 1865
Engagement at Falls Mills
Engagement at Harris Farm (Bloomsbury)
Engagement at James City
Engagement at Sutherland Station
Enon Baptist Church
Episcopal High School
Essex County~Middlesex County
Execution of Summers & Koontz
Executions of Mosby’s Men
Fair Oaks Station
Fairfax Academy
Fairfax Nike Missle Site
Falling Spring Presbyterian Church
Fauquier County ~ Warren County
Fauquier County~Prince William County
Federal Raid
Felix Hull House
Fields of Fire
Fifth Prince William County Courthouse
First Baptist Church West Main Street
First Baptist Church West Main Street
First Battle of Deep Bottom
First Battle of Ironclads
First Battle of Manassas--Panic at Cub Creek Bridge
First Battle of Manassas
First Battle of Winchester (2)
First Battle of Winchester
First Confederate Officer Killed
First Southern African American Girl Scouts
First Trolley Car System in Richmond
Fitchett’s Wharf
Fork Union Academy
Fork Union Baptist Church
Fork Union Military Academy
Formation of the Southern Methodist Church
Fort Buffalo
Fort Clifton
Fort Early
Fort Edward Johnson
Fort Eustis
Fort Harrison
Fort Hood
Fort Huger
Fort Lowry--Camp Byron
Fort Lowry
Fort Lyon
Fort McCausland
Fort Monroe
Fort Nelson
Fort Pickett
Fort Pocahontas
Francis Gary Powers--U2 Pilot
Freedmen’s Bureau, Freedman’s Bank
Freedmen’s Cemetery
Freedom’s Fortress
Friends Asylum for Colored Orphans
Frying Pan Meeting House
Gen. Hooker’s Headquarters
General Thomas Sumter
General Thomas’ Birthplace
Gettysburg Campaign
Gilmore Farm
Glen Allen
Glendale (Frayser’s Farm)
Gloucester Courthouse
Gloucester Point
Golden Ball Tavern
Goodwin Neck
Governor John B. Floyd
Graham Road
Graham Road
Grant’s Crossing
Grant’s Supply Line
Grapewood Farm Engagement
Grave of Gen. John R. Chambliss, Jr.
Great Falls Nike Missile Site
Green Springs
Guard Hill Engagement
Halfway House
Hampden-Sydney College
Hanging Rock
Hanover Junction
Hartwood Presbyterian Church
Hatcher’s Run
Hebrew Cemetery
Henry County ~ Franklin County
Heth’s Salient Battle Site
Hicksford Raid
High Bridge
Historic Alexandria
Historic Aquia Creek
Historic Hampton
Historic Polegreen Church
Historic Port Conway
History at Oak Grove
History at Prince George Courthouse
History at Stony Creek
History of Halifax
Home of John Goode
Huguenot Springs Confederate Cemetery
Independent Loudoun Virginia Rangers
Inner Defenses
Into the Bottle
Ivy Hill Cemetery
J. E. B. Stuart at Munson’s Hill
Jackson Ward
Jackson’s Bivouac
Jackson’s March to Mechanicsville
Jackson’s Valley Campaign
Jacob E. Yoder
James Edward Hanger
James L. Kemper Residence
James Robinson House
Jarratt’s Station
John Daniel’s Home
John Mercer Langston Birthplace
John Miller House
John Mitchell, Jr., Fighting Editor
Joseph Bryan Park
Joshua L. Chamberlain--Promoted On The Spot
Kentucky ~ Lee County
Kentucky ~ Wise County
King and Queen County~Essex County
Kingston Parish
Lamb’s Creek Church
Landing of Wool and Surrender of Norfolk
Last Confederate Capitol
Laura Ratcliffe
Laurel Historic District
Lebanon Church
Lee County~Wise County
Lee Hall
Lee and Grant
Lee’s Bivouac, Gettysburg Campaign
Lee’s Bivouac, Gettysburg Campaign
Lee’s Headquarters
Lee’s Mill Earthworks
Lee’s Mill
Lee’s Narrow Escape
Lee’s Position
Lee’s Retreat (3)
Lee’s Retreat (5)
Leesylvania State Park
Liberty Baptist Church
Lincoln Reviews Troops at Bailey’s Crossroads
Little Falls
Long Creek Action
Longstreet’s Winter Headquarters
Longwood Estate
Lorton Nike Missile Site
Loudoun Heights Clash
Lucy Selina Furnace
Lynchburg Defenses
Magruder’s Defenses
Major Joseph E. Gillette
Malvern Hill
Maneuvering to the North Anna River
Mary Greenhow Lee (1819-1907)
Mary Smith Kelsey Peake
Maryland (Antietam~Sharpsburg) Campaign
Mason’s Hill
Massaponax Baptist Church
McClellan’s First Line
McClellan’s Second Line
McClellan’s Third Line
McNeil’s Last Charge
Merchant’s Hope Church
Middlesex County Courthouse
Midlothian Coal Mines
Military Railroad Terminus
Mine Run Campaign
Molly Tynes’s Ride
Moncure Daniel Conway
Monroe Park
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs
Mosby’s Midnight Raid
Mosby’s Raid at Catlett’s Station
Mosby’s Rangers Disband
Mosby’s Rock
Mossy Creek
Mount Pony Signal Station
Mountain Grove
Mountain Road
Naval Actions on Wilton Creek and the Rappahannock River
New Kent Road
New Kent Road
New Point Comfort Lighthouse
Newport News
Newport News
North Anna River Campaign--21-26 May 1864
North Bend
North Farnham Church
North West Canal
Nottoway Courthouse
Nottoway River Crossings
Oak Grove Baptist Church
Oak Ridge Estate
Oakland Grove Presbyterian Church
Oakwood Cemetery, Confederate Section
Old Bennett School
Old City Cemetery
Old Middlesex County Courthouse
Old Port Royal
Old Randolph-Macon College
Olive Branch Christian Church
Orange and Alexandria Railroad
Original African American Cemetery
Origins of Big Stone Gap
Our Soldiers’ Cemetery
Outer Defenses
Oxford Church
Peninsula Campaign--Warwick River
Peninsular Campaign
Peninsular Campaign
Peter Jacob Carter
Peter Jacob Carter
Pig Point Battery
Pittsylvania County ~ Campbell County
Point of Rocks
Pope’s Army of Virginia
Popularizer of the Banjo
Port Republic Road Historic District
Port Walthall
Post-Appomattox Tragedy
Pound Gap
Powhatan Courthouse
Princess Anne County Training School~Union Kempsville High School
Proctor’s Creek Fight
Proffit Historic District
Providence United Methodist Church
Quaker Road Engagement--29 March 1865
Randolph-Macon College (3)
Randolph-Macon College
Rawley White Martin Residence
Reams Station
Redwater Creek Engagement
Richmond Evacuation Fire
Richmond’s Civil War Hospitals
Rio Mills
Ritchie’s Birthplace
Road to Guinea Station
Roanoke College
Rock Fight
Roger Atkinson Pryor--(19 July 1828-14 Mar. 1919)
Route to White Oak Swamp and Malvern Hill
Rude’s Hill Action
Sabot Hill
Sad Reunion
Salem Church
Saltville History
Sappony Baptist Church
Scottish Factors Store
Second Battle of Deep Bottom
Second Battle of Drewry’s Bluff
Second Battle of Manassas
Second Battle of Manassas
Second Day at Seven Pines
Second Manassas Campaign--Manassas Junction Operations
Second Manassas Campaign--Strategic Rappahannock River Crossings
Second Manassas Campaign--Stuart’s Catlett Station Raid
Second Union School
Seven Confederate Brothers
Seven Days Battles--Allen’s Farm
Seven Days Battles--Gaines’s Mill
Seven Days Battles--Gaines’s Mill
Seven Days Battles--Glendale (Frayser’s Farm)
Seven Days Battles--Glendale (Frayser’s Farm)
Seven Days Battles--Glendale (Frayser’s Farm)
Seven Days Battles--Golding’s Farm
Seven Days Battles--Grape Vine Bridge
Seven Days Battles--Jackson’s March to the Battlefield
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Malvern Hill
Seven Days Battles--Mechanicsville (2)
Seven Days Battles--Mechanicsville
Seven Days Battles--Savage’s Station
Seven Days Battles--Savage’s Station
Seven Days Battles--White Oak Swamp
Seven Days Battles--White Oak Swamp
Seven Days’ Battles--Battle of Beaver Dam Creek
Seven Days’ Battles--Gaines’s Mill (2)
Seven Days’ Battles--Gaines’s Mill (3)
Seven Days’ Battles--Gaines’s Mill
Seven Days’ Battles--Gaines’s Mill
Seven Days’ Battles--New Bridge
Seven Days’ Campaign--Gaines’s Mill (4)
Sgt. James Walton--Salem Flying Artillery, C.S.A.
Sheridan Maneuvers East
Sheridan’s Raid
Sherwood Forest--President John Tyler’s Home
Shockoe Hill Cemetery
Siege of Suffolk (2)
Siege of Suffolk
Sinking Spring Cemetery
Site of Homestead
Site of Mount Airy
Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church
Skirmish at Rio Hill
Slash Church
Smoky Ordinary
Spotsylvania County~Caroline County
Stafford County~Prince William County
Stanard’s Mill
Stanardsville Engagement
Start of Sheridan’s Raid
Staunton Bridge Action
Staunton River Raid
Stewart-Lee House
Stone Tavern and Central Hotel
Stone Tavern and Central Hotel
Stonewall Jackson Female Institute
Stonewall Jackson House
Stuart Turns North
Stuart and Bayard
Stuart’s Birthplace
Stuart’s Bivouac
Stuart’s Mortal Wound
Stuart’s Ride Around McClellan Begins
Stuart’s Ride Around McClellan
Stuart’s Riders Skirt Ashland
Stuart’s Very Narrow Escape
Surrender of Richmond
Tazewell County ~ West Virginia
Tennessee~Lee County
Terrill Hill
The Bottle
The Briars
The Cattle (Beefsteak) Raid
The Cattle Raid
The Chancellorsville Campaign
The Chickahominy River & Seven Days’ Battles
The Confederate Hospital
The Depot at Beaver Dam
The Falls Church
The Gallant Pelham
The Last Fight
The Last Positions
The Mud March
The Retreat
The Sentry Box
The Sentry Box
The Stone Bridge
The White House
Third Battle of Winchester
Third Battle of Winchester
Thomas S. Bocock
Thoroughfare Gap
Toland’s Raid
Town of Boyce
Trevilian Station Battle
Turkey Island
Turn in Sheridan’s Raid
Union Army Checked
Union Army Enters Richmond
Union Army Railroad Raids
Union Army’s Crossing of the Pamunkey River
Union Hurst School
Union Raid on Coalfield Station
Upper Weyanoke
Village View
Virginia Military Institute--A National Historic Landmark
Virginia Theological Seminary--Founded 1823
Washington County Courthouse
Washington County ~ Tennessee
Washington County ~ Tennessee
Weddell-McCabe-Chisholm House
West Virginia ~ Alleghany County
West Virginia ~ Giles County
West Virginia ~ Highland County
West Virginia ~ Highland County
West Virginia~ Frederick County
West Virginia~Alleghany County
West Virginia~Bland County
West Virginia~Frederick County VA.
West Virginia~Giles County Virginia
West Virginia~Tazewell County
Where Booth Died
Where Dahlgren Died
Where Hill Fell
White House of the Confederacy
White Oak Road Engagement--31 March 1865
White Oak Road
Wickham’s Line
William Cabell
William Mahone’s Birthplace
William Mahone’s Birthplace
William Ransom Johnson 1782--1849
Williamsburg Road
Winfield Scott (1786-1866)
Wise County ~ Lee County
Wise County ~ Russell County
Wise County~Dickenson County
Wreck at the Fat Nancy
Wrenn’s Mill
Yellow Tavern
Young’s Mill