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  • Confederate Lieutenant General Ambrose Powell Hill (1825-1865) lived in the original portion of this house, situated at the corner of Main and West Davis...

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  • The Battle of Brandy Station was the largest cavalry battle of the Civil War and the largest cavalry battle ever fought on the North American continent....

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  • Burgandine House

    Culpeper

    Adjacent to the Museum of Culpeper History. The Burgandine House (c.1750) is the oldest house in the town of Culpeper and is open to visitors.  The...

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  • The 1862 Battle of Cedar Mountain, also known as the Battle of Slaughter's Mountain or Cedar Run, involved 22,000 Confederate troops, under command of...

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  • Soon after the county was formed in 1749, a frame courthouse was constructed on the northeast corner of Main and Davis streets. In 1808, this unsafe building...

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  • Established on April 13, 1867, it was dedicated as the final resting place for the heroes of the United States who fell in battle or died of disease during...

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  • In 1852, the Orange and Alexandria Railroad built two depots at this location, one on the east side of the tracks for freight and one on the west side...

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  • Fairview is a beautiful cemetery which dates back to the 1800's. Its rolling acres have met the needs and desires of many who seek a peaceful and well-maintained...

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  • African Americans throughout Virginia lobbied persistently for better education, yet progress came slowly. Culpeper and Orange offered very limited secondary...

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  • Also known as Oak Shade Church, Little Fork Church is the oldest standing church building in Culpeper County, and the County's only Colonial church. It...

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