The History of Loudoun County, Virginia

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Loudoun County

African American timeline

Ashburn Village's Agrarian Roots

Civil Rights in Middleburg

Civil War - After the war

Civil War - Balls Bluff Battle

Civil War - County is divided

Civil War - Loudoun Timeline

Civil War - Records saved

Civil War - Federal occupation

Civil War - General Mosby's raid

Civil War - Loudoun Rangers

Civil War - Reconstruction Years:
  Tales of Leesburg and Warrenton

Civil War - Strategic position

Civil War - Unison Battle 1862

Civil War - Vote of 1860 affected
  by history

Colonial - 1649 Fairfax Line

Colonial - Before 1760-Pt.1

Colonial - Before 1760-Pt.2

Colonial - Braddock's march 1755

Colonial - Early customs

Colonial - Loudoun's beginning

Colonial - German settlers

Colonial - Early customs

Colonial - Life on a farm

Farming - Corn

Farming - Mills & wheat

Goose Creek Canal

Growth 2004

History - Overview

Indian Mounds of Loudoun County

Iron Mining

Lightfoot Lee

Limestone Overlay District

Loudoun County Court House


Mosby walnut tree

Post offices

Railroads-Washington & Old Dominion

Revolutionary War - John Champe

Slaves' path to freedom   not clear-cut

Slave quarters

Telephones - early development


Underground Railroad

Underground Railroad-Two farms connected

Yardley-Taylor Map of 1853

Zilpha Davis, a Freed Slave of Loudoun County

Towns, Villages & Places

Loudoun towns in 1908

Aldie Mill

Dulles Airport

Hamilton's Loudoun County Milling


Leesburg history

Leesburg neighborhoods


Paeonian Springs


Purcellville's orchard grass
  seed mill

Purcellville's Nichols Hardware

Purcellville street & neighborhood

Round Hill

Round Hill's Hill High pie store

Snickersville Turnpike

Sterling Park developed in 1961


Waterford history


Local expressions from Bygone Times

Indians - From Indians to

Indians - Encounter with

Indians Left Their Mark in Naming
  Landmarks in Loudoun County

Indians of the Virginia Piedmont


Transportation - 1800s

Transportation - Carolina Road

Transportation - History of Virginia Roads

Spotsylvania County

Kenmore House-Revolutionary


Cold Wave of January 1912

Drought of 1930 Gives Us A Preview of the Drought Next Time

Drought Survivors of 1930 Recall the Ultimate Dry Spell

Northeastern Snow Storm, President's Day, 2003

Snowmageddon, the Winter Storms of 2010

Winters of Yesteryears


Other pages:
Guide to Freedom - Jockey statues marked Underground Railroad
Eugene Scheel - Loudoun County map maker and historian


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