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Farmville: 1938

Laborer at Chopawamsic Recreational Project, Virginia. 1936 Apr. Library of Congress.

Washington County, Virginia

Interior of the restored Brentsville one room schoolhouse

Richmond, Virginia. Gen. Edward O.C. Ord, wife and child at the residence of Jefferson Davis. In the doorway is the table on which the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee was signed

Colonial Williamsburg Williamsburg, VA

Cabin Point Mercantile, bakery, antique store. Surry, Virginia

Looking out from the Jamestown/Scotland Virginia ferry

  • Becky Laing
    Becky Laing


At Henry Hill on the 151st Anniversary of First Manassas/Bull Run

4th Virginia Cavalry (Black Horse) at Brentsville, Virginia

Ben Lomond, Manassas, Prince William, VA. The small white house behind the main house was a 20th century addition and is now gone from the site.

The Stone House, as seen from Henry Hill, Manassas Battlefield Park.

Brentsville Courthouse, Prince William County, Virginia -- the second county seat

Claremont High School, circa 1930, now the Claremont Town Hall

We rode this ferry across the James River from Jamestown to Scotland, Virginia and back again.

Surry, VA - Chippokes Plantation State Park. Williamsburg and Yorktown are also right at your fingertips.

A casual day of strolling through Colonial Williamsburg is always a treat after a ride on the Jamestown / Scotland Ferry.

Bacon's Castle, Surry, Virginia oldest datable brick structure in the U.S....built in 1665.

Surry, Virginia - Smith's Fort Plantation

Ritchie Memorial Church, Claremont, Surry County, Virginia

View from inside Ben Lomond, Manassas, Virginia. Photo taken May 2011 during the site's reopening as the Pringle Civil War Hospital.

Ben Lomond Historic Site, Manassas, Virginia - It served as a Confederate hospital during 1st Manassas and was occupied by the Union during 2nd Manassas.

Mount Vernon

View from Inside the Stone House, Manassas Battlefield

Jamestown, Virginia