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The Natural Bridge, Virginia. Once owned by Thomas Jefferson, surveyed by a young George Washington, and traversed by Civil War soldiers - the Natural Bridge is a portal to history. Natural Bridge - it's easy to get to and hard to forget. Just off I-81 in Virginia's beautiful Shenandoah Valley.

Virginia's Natural Bridge Park & Historic Hotel

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Maidstone Plantation on the Potomac

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Menokin c.1769 - patriot Francis Lightfood Lee's home in Virginia

The Menokin Foundation - Historic preservation of 18th Century National Heritage Site

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Menokin, c. 2001 with protective overstructure in place Historic Preservation

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Menokin today with plexiglass panels in place. Historic preservation.

The Menokin Project Vision

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Prison on Belle Isle

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:View East on Main Street, Richmond, Virginia 1900.

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Richmond, VA. in 1830.

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South of Damascus, Virginia, the Appalachian Trail follows segments of mountain ranges in the Cherokee National Forest, ascending to the high country of the North Carolina-Tennessee state line, and the highest mountains along the Trail—several above six thousand feet.

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Naturalists Will Rally around the Highest Point in Virginia. That highest point would be Mt. Rogers, at 5729 feet (1746 meters) on the Grayson/Smyth county line. (A.T.)

Naturalists Will Rally around the Highest Point in Virginia

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Appalachian Trail, Virginia

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Appalachian Trail Shenandoah National Park Virginia

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Poplar Grove, Patrick Co., VA. home of Abram Penn

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Confederate soldiers

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Richmond, Virginia

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Tweetsie Railroad, Blowing Rock

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Ancient map gives clues to fate of the Virginia Dare colony.

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Virginia Dare is the name of the first (known) white child born in the Americas. She was born in 1587, and disappeared with the rest of the Roanoke Colony a few years later. But her real legacy, as far as I'm concerned, is having the most amazing name to grace North America.

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The Roanoke Colony on Roanoke Island in Dare County, present-day North Carolina, United States was a late 16th-century attempt to establish a permanent English settlement in what later became the Virginia Colony. The enterprise was financed and organized by Sir Walter Raleigh and carried out by Ralph Lane and Richard Grenville, Raleigh's distant cousin. The final group of colonists disappeared during the Anglo-Spanish War, three years after the last shipment of supplies from England.

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i agree.

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Fredericksburg Pub, Fredericksburg, VA

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Historic downtown Fredericksburg, Va.

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Virginia's Explore Park

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Roanoke, VA

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North Creek Campground

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