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This church, used as a hospital and cavalry outpost during the Civil War, was the site of a cavalry skirmish.
Many other locations in Stafford held a courthouse, but this one, built in 1922, replaced an 1840 one on this site.
This is the site of 1814 steamship runs, 1842 trains, 9 presidential visits, first Civi War skirmish and place where 10,000 slaves escaped to freedom.
Built in 1824, this was called Union Church because it was used by Episcopalians, Methodists, Presbyterians, and Baptists.
This home, built in 1771, was visited by many US presidents and served as headquarters and as a hospital during the Civil War.
This is where George Washington lived from 6 – 21 years of age.
This is one of only a few Colonial churches that is still in existence.
See where stone was quarried to make the White House and U.S. Capitol.
You can visit the home and studio of the famous artist, Gari Melchers.
The Stafford County Courthouse has vital information for all citizens.
This museum houses one of the largest collections of Civil War artifacts in the United States.
Union Soldiers, in the winter of 1863, compared what they were experiencing here to Valley Forge in the Revolutionary War.