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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Rappahannock County, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Rappahannock County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Rappahannock County, VA (73) Culpeper County, VA (162) Fauquier County, VA (116) Madison County, VA (50) Page County, VA (88) Warren County, VA (45)  RappahannockCounty(73) Rappahannock County (73)  CulpeperCounty(162) Culpeper County (162)  FauquierCounty(116) Fauquier County (116)  MadisonCounty(50) Madison County (50)  PageCounty(88) Page County (88)  WarrenCounty(45) Warren County (45)
Washington is the county seat for Rappahannock County
Adjacent to Rappahannock County, Virginia
      Culpeper County (162)  
      Fauquier County (116)  
      Madison County (50)  
      Page County (88)  
      Warren County (45)  
 
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1Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Battle MountainCuster’s Early “Last Stand” — Gettysburg Campaign —
2Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — C-6 — Campaign of Second Manassas
3Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — C-61 — Campaign of Second Manassas
4Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Corbin's CrossroadsStuart's Close Shave
5Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Dangerfield NewbyA Tragic Journey to Harpers Ferry
6Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Eliza Brown and the Custers"Standing Up for Liberty"
7Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Encounter with Lee“Don't You Ever Forget It”
8Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Gaines's Crossroads“The Animal Must Be Very Slim” — Gettysburg Campaign —
9Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Hinson's FordImportant River Crossing on a Historic March
10Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Twilight of Slavery"Enlightened" Accommodations No Match for Freedom Reported permanently removed
11Virginia, Rappahannock County, Amissville — Twilight of Slavery"Enlightened" Accommodations No Match for Freedom
12Virginia, Rappahannock County, Boston — Z-175 — Rappahannock County / Culpeper County
13Virginia, Rappahannock County, Chester Gap — Chester GapGateway to the Shenandoah Valley
14Virginia, Rappahannock County, Chester Gap — J-25 — Gettysburg Campaign
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15Virginia, Rappahannock County, Chester Gap — Minding the Gaps“A very fatal oversight” — Gettysburg Campaign —
16Virginia, Rappahannock County, Chester Gap — Z-173 — Warren County / Rappahannock County
17Virginia, Rappahannock County, Flint Hill — Albert Gallatin WillisA Life Laid Down for a Friend
18Virginia, Rappahannock County, Flint Hill — Flint Hill Baptist Church
19Virginia, Rappahannock County, Flint Hill — Hittle's MillLeading Lee's Second Northern Invasion — Gettysburg Campaign —
20Virginia, Rappahannock County, Huntly — J-26 — Albert G. Willis
21Virginia, Rappahannock County, Huntly — Piedmont
22Virginia, Rappahannock County, Peola Mills — J-100 — F. T. Baptist Church
23Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — 21 Main StreetSperryville Historic District
24Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — 31 Main StreetSperryville Historic District
25Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — 33 Main StreetSperryville Historic District
26Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — 48 Main StreetSperryville Historic District
27Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — A Hint of Total War"Pope Must be Suppressed" — Gen. Robert E. Lee
28Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Advent of the "German" Corps"I'm Going to Fight mit Sigel"
29Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — C-4 — Cavalry Engagement
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30Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Civilian Conservation CorpsRedbird Camp
31Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Help Wanted!The Piney River Technical Building
32Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Hopkins OrdinarySperryville Historic District
33Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — John B. KigerSperryville Historic District
34Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — John Kiger's Second LotSperryville Historic District
35Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Marys Rock Tunnel
36Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Medical Miracle“A Chance in Twenty”
37Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Memorial to Displaced Rappahannock County Residents
38Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Old Rag
39Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — J-29 — Pope’s Army of Virginia
40Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Rehearsals for FameNotable Footprints from the German Corps
41Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Rocks Older than Mankind
42Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Sigels' CorpsA Map Covers a Lifetime
43Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — Sister CarolineFrom Slavery to Freedom
44Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — SperryvilleImportant Crossroads
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45Virginia, Rappahannock County, Sperryville — J-31 — Sperryville
46Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — A Skyline Drive for a Bird's-Eye ViewShenandoah National Park
47Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — A Tale of Two MillsTrading and Burial Grounds
48Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Banks’s Grand ReviewRuffles, Flourishes, Drills and Heat
49Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Banks's CampLull between the Storms
50Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Charles C. NordendorfChanging Sides
51Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Come Back When You Have More TimeShenandoah National Park
52Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Confederate Monument
53Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — C-10 — Ellerslie
54Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Historic Stone Marker
55Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Honored In Their GenerationConfederate Monument, ca. 1900
56Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Kitty PayneFreedom Lost and Regained
57Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Mt. Salem Baptist Meeting House
58Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Music, Omens, and DestinyHeth’s Camp — Gettysburg Campaign —
59Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Range View Reported missing
60Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Rappahannock County in the Civil War
61Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Rappahannock People Before and During the Civil War
62Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — The MaplesHost to Generals
63Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — The Rappahannock Old GuardThe Black Flag
64Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — The Town of Washington, VirginiaThe First Washington of All
65Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Union Army of VirginiaPope's Pronouncements
66Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — Union Army of Virginia 2nd (Banks's) Corps EncampmentJuly - August 1862
67Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — C-35 — Washington Graded School
68Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — C-5 — Washington, VirginiaThe First of Them All
69Virginia, Rappahannock County, Washington — C-9A — Washington, VirginiaThe First of Them All
70Virginia, Rappahannock County, Woodville — J-101 — John Jackson—Traditional Musician
71Virginia, Rappahannock County, Woodville — Milroy's CampWoodville
72Virginia, Rappahannock County, Woodville — Mosby and SnedenThe Grey Ghost and the Artist
73Virginia, Rappahannock County, Woodville — WoodvilleFirst Waypoint to Gettysburg — Gettysburg Campaign —
 
 
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Jan. 28, 2023