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Loudoun County

African American timeline

African American - Government and Law in the Path to Freedom, Justice and Racial Equality

Ashburn Village's Agrarian Roots

Civil Rights in Middleburg

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

John Binns — A Pioneer in Crop Improvement

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 Store

Purcellville street & neighborhood nicknames

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 Speculators

Indians - Encounter with Piscataway

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 home


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


Other pages:

Guide to Freedom - Jockey statues marked Underground Railroad

Eugene Scheel - Loudoun County map maker and historian