“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Pickadat Corner, Virginia

Clickable Map of Chesterfield 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> Chesterfield County, VA (214) Amelia County, VA (33) Charles City County, VA (65) Colonial Heights Ind. City, VA (19) Dinwiddie County, VA (128) Goochland County, VA (33) Henrico County, VA (310) Hopewell Ind. City, VA (64) Petersburg Ind. City, VA (156) Powhatan County, VA (26) Prince George County, VA (32) Richmond Ind. City, VA (467)  ChesterfieldCounty(214) Chesterfield County (214)  AmeliaCounty(33) Amelia County (33)  CharlesCityCounty(65) Charles City County (65)  (19) Colonial Heights (19)  DinwiddieCounty(128) Dinwiddie County (128)  GoochlandCounty(33) Goochland County (33)  HenricoCounty(310) Henrico County (310)  (64) Hopewell (64)  (156) Petersburg (156)  PowhatanCounty(26) Powhatan County (26)  PrinceGeorgeCounty(32) Prince George County (32)  Richmond(467) Richmond (467)
Location of Pickadat Corner, Virginia
    Chesterfield County (214)
    Amelia County (33)
    Charles City County (65)
    Colonial Heights (19)
    Dinwiddie County (128)
    Goochland County (33)
    Henrico County (310)
    Hopewell (64)
    Petersburg (156)
    Powhatan County (26)
    Prince George County (32)
    Richmond (467)
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1Virginia (Chesterfield County), Pickadat Corner — Battle of Swift Creek"Brave to Madness"
You are standing in the middle of the Union line that faced the Confederate route of attack up the Richmond Turnpike on May 9, 1864, during Union Gen. Benjamin F. Butler's Bermuda Hundred Campaign. Here, along Swift Creek, elements of Butler's Army . . . Map (db m14626) HM
2Virginia (Chesterfield County), Pickadat Corner — Swift Creek Battlefield: A Landscape of Change
The Bermuda Hundred Campaign began on May 5, 1864, when Union General Benjamin Butler and the 33,000-man Army of the James landed at Bermuda Hundred nine miles northeast of here. General Butler's westward advance threatened Drewry's Bluff and . . . Map (db m14635) HM
3Virginia (Chesterfield County), Pickadat Corner — S-25 — Union Army Checked
Here the Army of the James, moving on Petersburg, May 9, 1864, was checked by the Confederate defenses on the creek and turned northward.Map (db m14629) HM
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