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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Millboro Springs
Millboro Springs, Virginia and Vicinity
▶ Bath County (23) ▶ Alleghany County (19) ▶ Augusta County (51) ▶ Highland County (23) ▶ Rockbridge County (40) ▶ Greenbrier County, West Virginia (62) ▶ Pocahontas County, West Virginia (53)
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|(East Facing Side):Bath County Area 545 Square MilesFormed in 1790 from Augusta, Greenbrier, and Botetourt, and probably named for the town of Bath in England. The warm springs and hot springs are in this county. (West Facing . . . — — Map (db m34304) HM|
|Nannie Crump West, Christian missionary and youth
advocate, founded Camp Mont Shenandoah in 1927 for
girls from Virginia’s elite families. This residential
summer camp, like others established along the
Cowpasture River early in the 20th . . . — — Map (db m107846) HM|
|The site was about one-half mile north of the river. This was one of a chain of frontier forts ordered erected by the Virginia legislature early in 1756. The chain extended from Hampshire County (now West Virginia) to Patrick County on the North . . . — — Map (db m77510) HM|
|Scotch-Irish Presbyterians, seeking freedom of worship and led by the Rev. Alexander Craighead, built a log meetinghouse a mile and a half down the Cowpasture River about 1749. Indians burned it during the French and Indian War. Moving to this site . . . — — Map (db m122193) HM|