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April 09, 1865 K-156 The Last Fight
April 09, 1865 K-157 Surrender at Appomattox
April 09, 1865 K-158 Appomattox Court House–New and Old
April 09, 1865 MG-1 Appomattox Court House Confederate Cemetery
September 02, 1865 M-65 Eldon
January 01, 1866 GA-44 Covesville Apple Industry
January 01, 1866 G-22 Proffit Historic District
January 01, 1866 Q-30 Jefferson School
January 01, 1868 R-52 Bear Mountain Indian Mission School
January 01, 1868 JE-3 James L. Kemper Residence
January 27, 1869 Q-6-18 Samuel D. Rockenbach–1869-1952–Brigadier General, U.S. Army Cavalry
June 18, 1869 R-82 Boyhood Home of Rev. Dr. W.A.R. Goodwin (1869-1939) – Father of Colonial Williamsburg
January 01, 1870 Q-6-19 Abram Frederick Biggers and Biggers School
January 01, 1872 Q-7 Diamond Hill Baptist Church
January 01, 1873 Q-31 Monticello Wine Company
January 01, 1878 GA-37 Hatton Ferry
January 01, 1878 GA-38 Hatton Ferry
January 01, 1878 W-225 Miller School
January 01, 1879 M-67 Clay Smoking Pipes
May 19, 1879 W-164 Mirador
January 07, 1881 Q-6-16 Allen Weir Freeman, M.D.–7 Jan. 1881-3 July 1954
February 06, 1882 Q-6-20 The Anne Spencer House–1313 Pierce Street
January 01, 1886 Q-6-15 Virginia University of Lynchburg
May 16, 1886 Q-6-17 Douglas Southall Freeman
March 13, 1887 Q-25 Gen. Alexander Archer Vandegrift
January 01, 1889 F-24 Woodberry Forest School
January 01, 1890 K-133 Randolph-Macon Academy–Liberty Academy
November 18, 1890 FR-27 Birthplace of General Pick
January 01, 1891 Q-6-14 Randolph-Macon Woman’s College
January 28, 1892 Q-6-21 Luke Jordan, Blues Pioneer
June 26, 1892 Q-6-22 Pearl S. Buck
January 1, 1897 Amelia Perry Pride’s Dorchester Home
January 01, 1898 F-48-a Fork Union Military Academy
October 15, 1898 GA-33 Fork Union Academy
April 16, 1899 Q-6-27 Dr. Robert Walter Johnson (1899-1971)
January 1, 1900 Q-6-28 C.W. Seay (ca 1900-1982)
January 01, 1903 Q-6-13 Lynchburg College
January 01, 1905 W-227 Hugh Hammond Bennett (1881-1960)
January 01, 1906 R-20 Sweet Briar College Charted 1901
November 05, 1906 Q-6-23 Chauncey E. Spencer, Sr.
January 01, 1908 W-212-a Flora Molton 1908-1990
January 01, 1909 Q-26 Georgia O’Keeffe
January 01, 1910 I-5 Central Virginia Training Center
January 01, 1913 K-318 Col. Vincent W. “Squeek” Burnett
April 10, 1915 G-27 Technical Sergeant Frank D. Peregory
January 01, 1923 L-21 Montview
January 01, 1925 Q-28-a C.B. Holt Rock House
May 02, 1927 Q-28 Buck v. Bell
September 21, 1933 W-219 Flight of Richard C. DuPont
January 01, 1934 W-216 Civilian Conservation Corps Company 2359
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