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[Map of the Manassas battlefield area in Northern Virginia].

[Northern Virginia with adjacent parts of Maryland and West Virginia] /

Surrender of Gen. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia.

To the Army of Northern Virginia after four years of arduous service, ...

[Rough sketch of the battlefield of Cross Keys, Va., June 8, 1862, compiled by Jed. Hotchkiss, 2d Army Corps, Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.]

Unidentified Civil War Confederate veteran with Army of Northern Virginia and Pickett Buchanan Camp medals and commander insignia on his hat Campbell, 268 Main St., Norfolk, Va

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Aerial view of Washington, D.C., with the Rosslyn high-rise corridor of Northern Virginia in the foreground

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Residence in northern Virginia

Aerial view of high-rise neighborhood in Arlington's fast-growing Rosslyn, Virginia

Cottage in northern Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Panorama aerial of Northern Virginia near Washington, D.C.

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Aerial view of Northern Virginia near Washington, D.C.

Aerial view of Northern Virginia in the Washington, D.C., suburbs

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Aerial view of high-rise neighborhood in Arlington's fast-growing Rosslyn, Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Aerial view of downtown Washington, D.C.

Aerial view of Northern Virginia near Washington, D.C.

Aerial view of Northern Virginia, west of the heavily populated inner ring of Washington, D.C., suburbs

Aerial view of Northern Virginia, west of the heavily populated inner ring of Washington, D.C., suburbs

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Aerial view of buildings, northern Virginia

Aerial view of Northern Virginia in the Washington, D.C., suburbs

Modern office building in northern Virginia

Aerial view of Arlington, Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

[Aerial view over Northern Virginia toward Washington, D.C.]

Aerial view of Northern Virginia, across Memorial Bridge from the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Shopping mall food court in northern Virginia

Garden scene in northern Virginia

Along side the F-16C Fighting Falcon, USAF Thunderbird, Number 1, at the Joint Services Open House 2000; eight recruits from Northern Virginia take the oath of enlistment from Under Secretary of the Air Force Carol DiBattiste

An American Civil War reenactor, Lieutenant (LT), Bob Scholes, USA, 2ND United States Cavalry Regiment, explains the mailing system to Jessica Merrill, a fifth grade student, during a Civil War re-enactment held at Royal Air Force (RAF), Feltwell, UK. The presentation, put on by a British group of American Civil War re-enactors known as the Armies of the Potomac and Northern Virginia, was designed to enhance the study of the Civil War by RAF Feltwell fifth grade students

An American Civil War reenactor, Lieutenant (LT), Hector Peel, 5TH South Carolina, Confederate Army, relays orders to his troops during a Civil War re-enactment held at Royal Air Force (RAF), Feltwell, UK. The presentation, put on by a British group of American Civil War re-enactors known as the Armies of the Potomac and Northern Virginia, was designed to enhance the study of the Civil War by RAF Feltwell fifth grade students

An American Civil War reenactor, Corporal (CPL), Bob Rose, USA, 2ND United States Cavalry Regiment, explains the Spencer Carbine Rifle to Technical Sergeant (TSGT), Ray Smith, USAF 48th Equipment Maintenance Squadron and his family during a Civil War re-enactment held at Royal Air Force (RAF), Feltwell, UK. The presentation, put on by a British group of American Civil War re-enactors known as the Armies of the Potomac and Northern Virginia, was designed to enhance the study of the Civil War by RAF Feltwell fifth grade students

American Civil War re-enactors from the USA, 2ND United State Artillery Light Company A demonstrates the firepower of a six-pound Napoleon Barrel Cannon during a Civil War re-enactment held at Royal Air Force (RAF), Feltwell, UK. The presentation, put on by a British group of American Civil War re-enactors known as the Armies of the Potomac and Northern Virginia, was designed to enhance the study of the Civil War by RAF Feltwell fifth grade students

Vice Adm. Joseph Mulloy, deputy Chief of Naval Operations for integration of capabilities and resources, delivers remarks during the 15th annual Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Northern Virginia (NOVA) IT Day.

Vice Adm. Joseph Mulloy, deputy Chief of Naval Operations for integration of capabilities and resources, delivers remarks during the 15th annual Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Northern Virginia (NOVA) IT Day.

General's Lee's farewell address to the Army of Northern Virginia. April 10th, 1865. Petersburg, Ege's print. [1865].

General's Lee's farewell address to the Army of Northern Virginia. April 10th, 1865. Petersburg, Ege's print. [1865].

Surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia to the Army of the Potomac

Surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia to the Army of the Potomac

Surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia to the Army of the Potomac

[Chaplain Robert Bean Sutton of the Army of Northern Virginia in uniform and after the war]

[Chaplain Robert Bean Sutton of the Army of Northern Virginia in uniform and after the war]

[Chaplain Robert Bean Sutton of the Army of Northern Virginia in uniform and after the war]