“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Bland, Virginia

Clickable Map of Bland County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Bland County, VA (8) Giles County, VA (17) Pulaski County, VA (32) Smyth County, VA (29) Tazewell County, VA (29) Wythe County, VA (41) Mercer County, WV (34)  BlandCounty(8) Bland County (8)  GilesCounty(17) Giles County (17)  PulaskiCounty(32) Pulaski County (32)  SmythCounty(29) Smyth County (29)  TazewellCounty(29) Tazewell County (29)  WytheCounty(41) Wythe County (41)  MercerCountyWest Virginia(34) Mercer County (34)
Bland is the county seat for Bland County
Bland is in Bland County
      Bland County (8)  
      Giles County (17)  
      Pulaski County (32)  
      Smyth County (29)  
      Tazewell County (29)  
      Wythe County (41)  
      Mercer County, West Virginia (34)  
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1Virginia (Bland County), Bland — KC-1 — Bland
The community center was first known as Crab Orchard. The place became the county seat of Bland County when it was formed in 1861 under the name of Seddon, which was later changed to that of the county. At Rocky Gap a skirmish was fought in Crook’s . . . Map (db m44855) HM
2Virginia (Bland County), Bland — Z-259 — Giles County / Bland County
Giles County. Area 369 square miles. Formed in 1806 from Montgomery, Tazewell, and Monroe, and named for William B. Giles, United States Senator and Governor of Virginia, 1827-1830. Mountain Lake is in this county. Bland . . . Map (db m99261) HM
3Virginia (Bland County), Bland — KC-3 — One of the "Big Four"
Here is the home of S.H. Newberry, who, with three others, composed the "Big Four" in the Virginia Senate. These four men united to defeat objectionable measures of the readjuster movement.Map (db m176393) HM
4Virginia (Bland County), Bland — KC-3 — One of the “Big Four”
Samuel H. Newberry, a captain in the Confederate army who represented Bland and Pulaski Counties in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1865 to 1867, lived here at Eagle Oak. Newberry served in the Senate of Virginia during the 1870s and 1880s and . . . Map (db m43138) HM
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Sep. 29, 2022