Civil War  Virginia

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Accomack
Albemarle

Alleghany

Amelia
Amherst
Appomattox
Arlington
Augusta

Bath

Bedford
Bland
Botetourt
Brunswick
Buchanan
Buckingham
Campbell

Caroline

Carroll
Charles City
Charlotte
Chesterfield
Clarke
Craig
Culpeper
Cumberland
Dickenson
Dinwiddie
Elizabeth City

Essex

Fairfax

Fauquier

Floyd
Fluvanna
Franklin
Frederick
Giles
Gloucester
Goochland
Grayson
Greene

Greensville

Halifax
Hanover
Henrico
Henry
Highland
Isle of Wight
James City

King and Queen

King George
King William
Lancaster
Lee
Loudoun
Louisa
Lunenburg
Lynchburg
Madison
Mathews
Mecklenburg
Middlesex
Montgomery
Nansemond
Nelson
New Kent
Norfolk
Northampton
Northumberland
Nottoway
Orange
Page
Patrick
Petersburg
Pittsylvania
Powhatan
Prince Edward
Prince George
Prince William
Princess Anne

Pulaski

Rappahannock
Richmond
Roanoke
Rockbridge
Rockingham
Russell
Surry
Sussex
Tazewell
Warren
Warwick
Washington
Westmoreland

Wise

Wythe
York

Unknown Counties

The Civil War Battles in the Shenandoah Valley

The Civil War was one of the most important events to take place in America.  It divided the country and in some cases families.  It is the intention of this site to explore all aspects of the Civil War, it's battles, and the men and women involved in them.  If you have information that pertains to the War between the States, please submit it to me.  I will accept any information you have so long as it isn't copyrighted.

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