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The Civil War in the Shenandoah Valley

Shenandoah Valley Campaigns of 1861

Historic Civil War Locations in the Shenandoah Valley

Many historic homes, farms, as well as mills and furnace sites are still in the Valley today. These are the real relics of the monumental events that took place in this beautiful valley. These historic sites provide a direct connection to those Valley people who lived, worked, and fought in the area.

What's on this webpage?
  • Guides for Walking Tours
  • Historic Mansions & Other Homes
  • Civil War Camps and Hospitals

Historic Homes

Long Branch- A Burwell Mansion

long Brance-Birdwell Mansion

Claymont Court near Charles Town WV

Claymont Court

Belle Grove Manor and Plantation

Belle Grove mansion on Cedar Creek battlefield

Stonewall Jackson House and Headquarters in Winchester

Stonewall Jackson's Hq in Winchester

Our Soldiers Cemetery in Mt. Jackson
Mount Jackson Comfederate Cemetery

West Virginia

Historic Hampshire County

Barbour County and Philippi During the Civil War

Fayetteville, West Virginia in the Civil War

Battlefield at Carnifix Ferry

Western Maryland

Civil War Walking Tour of Burkittsville

Antietam Acqueduct

The Middle Shenandoah Valley
Liberty Furnace in Shenandoah County

Shenandoah County in the Civil War

Shenstone in Mount Jackson

Mt. Jackson in the Civil War

Columbia Furance

Columbia Furnace in the Civil War

Battle of Front Royal Driving Tour

Staunton Parkersburg Turnpike

Churchville and Mossy Creek

Battlefield at McDowell

Historic Tinking Springs Church, Augusta County

Mills in the Valley

Whissen Mill, Edinburg

The Edinburg Mill, Edinburg, VA.

The Burwell-Morgan Mill, Millwood, VA

Beverly Mill at Throughfare Gap

Zirkle Mill near Forestville

The Southern Part of the Great Valley

Lexington in the Civil War

Historical Lynchburg

Danville-Last Confederate Capitol

Other Links

Civil War Era Cemeteries
The Valley Civil War Tour


Special thanks, acknowledgements and credits

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