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Brunswick, MD

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

Brunswick, MD

Brentsville, VA

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

Brentsville, VA

Boonsboro, MD

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

Boonsboro, MD

Bluemont, VA

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

Bluemont, VA

Barboursville, VA

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

Barboursville, VA

Aldie, VA

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

Aldie, VA

Frederick Historic District

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

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Frederick, MD

Frederick was a regional market and industrial center well into the 20th century. During the Civil War, Frederick was witness to three Confederate invasions, thirty-eight skirmishes and two major battles (South Mountain and Monocacy) as hundreds of thousands of soldiers marched through the community.

Buckland Historic District

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

Gainesville, VA

The site now known as Buckland had long been a site of significance for trade and transportation, due to its position on Broad Run and its relationship to a network of pre-colonial Indian paths that extended north-south through several eastern states.

Brentsville Historic District

Historic Towns & Villages, Historical Sites

Bristow, VA

A former Prince William County seat, this historic area served as a hub for activity for more than 75 years. The Brentsville site consists of 28 acres with five historic buildings and various archaeological sites.

James Madison Museum of Orange County Heritage

Historic Towns & Villages, Museums, Presidential Homes & Sites

Orange, VA
inside the james madison museum with period items on display such as a vintage automobile

A unique presidential, cultural and agricultural museum; the first in the U.S. to honor James Madison, Jr. Our collection consists of a diverse mix of artifacts that includes documents, costumes, farm equipment, conveyances, presidential artifacts and even a 1733 tenant farmhouse built for Alexander Spotswood. Our exhibit rooms: Presidents Room, Black History Room, Manahoac Confederacy […]