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Rooney Ranch, Grandma Rooney House, Rooney Road & West Alamdea Parkway, Morrison, Jefferson County, CO

Rooney Ranch, Grandma Rooney House, Rooney Road & West Alamdea Parkway...

Significance: Rooney Ranch, one of the oldest ranches in Jefferson County, Colorado, is significant for its local historical associations and for the high quality of masonry construction exhibited in its princi... more

Waterford Mill, Catoctin Creek at end of Main Street, Waterford, Loudoun County, VA

Waterford Mill, Catoctin Creek at end of Main Street, Waterford, Loudo...

Significance: The Waterford Mill is the most significant remaining historic structure in Waterford. Waterford, established primarily as a mill town, was founded by Amos Janney who traveled from Bucks County, P... more

Rooney Ranch, Basement House, Rooney Road & West Alamdea Parkway, Morrison, Jefferson County, CO

Rooney Ranch, Basement House, Rooney Road & West Alamdea Parkway, Morr...

Significance: Rooney Ranch, one of the oldest ranches in Jefferson County, Colorado, is significant for its local historical associations and for the high quality of masonry construction exhibited in its princi... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, Fairfax County, VA

Old Tavern, 11919 Leesburg Pike (moved from orig. location), Herndon, ...

Significance: A typical drovers rest, the Dranesville Tavern was built c. 1830, along the newly constructed Leesburg Pike which served as a major trade corridor between Alexandria, Georgetown and the Shenandoah... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Effingham, State Route 646 vicinity, Aden, Prince William County, VA

Significance: "Effingham" was the home of Colonel William Alexander (1744-1848) and a descendant of Philip Alexander, second son of the emigrant. This is the same family for whom the city of Alexandria was nam... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Gathwright House, Route 156, Old Cold Harbor, Hanover County, VA

Significance: The Garthright House stood in the path of charging troops at two battles: Gaines' Mill in 1862 and Cold Harbor in 1864. The house belonged to Miles Garthright, a Confederate soldier whose cavalry ... more

Miller-Claytor House, Miller-Claytor Lane & Treasure Island Road, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Miller-Claytor House, Miller-Claytor Lane & Treasure Island Road, Lync...

Significance: The Miller-Claytor House is Lynchburg's sole remaining 18th Century Town House. Built on the corner of 8th and Church Streets, by John Miller, a tavern keeper in 1791 and later purchased by Samuel... more

Miller-Claytor House, Miller-Claytor Lane & Treasure Island Road, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Miller-Claytor House, Miller-Claytor Lane & Treasure Island Road, Lync...

Significance: The Miller-Claytor House is Lynchburg's sole remaining 18th Century Town House. Built on the corner of 8th and Church Streets, by John Miller, a tavern keeper in 1791 and later purchased by Samuel... more

Miller-Claytor House, Miller-Claytor Lane & Treasure Island Road, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Miller-Claytor House, Miller-Claytor Lane & Treasure Island Road, Lync...

Significance: The Miller-Claytor House is Lynchburg's sole remaining 18th Century Town House. Built on the corner of 8th and Church Streets, by John Miller, a tavern keeper in 1791 and later purchased by Samuel... more

West House, Westerhouse Creek, Bridgetown, Northampton County, VA

West House, Westerhouse Creek, Bridgetown, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Probably built by the Westerhouse family in the early 18th century, this small farmhouse with its massive exterior end chimney is in an advanced state of deterioration. Survey number: HABS VA-544

West House, Westerhouse Creek, Bridgetown, Northampton County, VA

West House, Westerhouse Creek, Bridgetown, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Probably built by the Westerhouse family in the early 18th century, this small farmhouse with its massive exterior end chimney is in an advanced state of deterioration. Survey number: HABS VA-544

West House, Westerhouse Creek, Bridgetown, Northampton County, VA

West House, Westerhouse Creek, Bridgetown, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Probably built by the Westerhouse family in the early 18th century, this small farmhouse with its massive exterior end chimney is in an advanced state of deterioration. Survey number: HABS VA-544

West House, Westerhouse Creek, Bridgetown, Northampton County, VA

West House, Westerhouse Creek, Bridgetown, Northampton County, VA

Significance: Probably built by the Westerhouse family in the early 18th century, this small farmhouse with its massive exterior end chimney is in an advanced state of deterioration. Survey number: HABS VA-544

Rooney Ranch, Blacksmith Shop, Rooney Road & West Alamdea Parkway, Morrison, Jefferson County, CO

Rooney Ranch, Blacksmith Shop, Rooney Road & West Alamdea Parkway, Mor...

Significance: Rooney Ranch, one of the oldest ranches in Jefferson County, Colorado, is significant for its local historical associations and for the high quality of masonry construction exhibited in its princi... more

Rooney Ranch, Blacksmith Shop, Rooney Road & West Alamdea Parkway, Morrison, Jefferson County, CO

Rooney Ranch, Blacksmith Shop, Rooney Road & West Alamdea Parkway, Mor...

Significance: Rooney Ranch, one of the oldest ranches in Jefferson County, Colorado, is significant for its local historical associations and for the high quality of masonry construction exhibited in its princi... more

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-36-E National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73002036, 70000809

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-36-E National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73002036, 70000809

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Hawkwood, Dependency No. 3, Route 15, Gordonsville, Orange County, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-36-E National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73002036, 70000809

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, VA

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, ...

Significance: Constructed in the first half of the eighteenth century, Pear Valley is a rare representative example of the second generation of housing as it evolved in the early Chesapeake. Its small size comb... more

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, VA

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, ...

Significance: Constructed in the first half of the eighteenth century, Pear Valley is a rare representative example of the second generation of housing as it evolved in the early Chesapeake. Its small size comb... more

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, VA

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, ...

Significance: Constructed in the first half of the eighteenth century, Pear Valley is a rare representative example of the second generation of housing as it evolved in the early Chesapeake. Its small size comb... more

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, VA

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, ...

Significance: Constructed in the first half of the eighteenth century, Pear Valley is a rare representative example of the second generation of housing as it evolved in the early Chesapeake. Its small size comb... more

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, VA

Pear Valley, State Route 628 vicinity, Shadyside, Northampton County, ...

Significance: Constructed in the first half of the eighteenth century, Pear Valley is a rare representative example of the second generation of housing as it evolved in the early Chesapeake. Its small size comb... more

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

This house is considered standardized Army housing plan "Type B." Significance: The dwelling at 5906 Dalecarlia Place is a contributing resource to the Calecarlia Water Treatment Plane, a component facility of ... more

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

This house is considered standardized Army housing plan "Type B." Significance: The dwelling at 5906 Dalecarlia Place is a contributing resource to the Calecarlia Water Treatment Plane, a component facility of ... more

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

This house is considered standardized Army housing plan "Type B." Significance: The dwelling at 5906 Dalecarlia Place is a contributing resource to the Calecarlia Water Treatment Plane, a component facility of ... more

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

This house is considered standardized Army housing plan "Type B." Significance: The dwelling at 5906 Dalecarlia Place is a contributing resource to the Calecarlia Water Treatment Plane, a component facility of ... more

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

This house is considered standardized Army housing plan "Type B." Significance: The dwelling at 5906 Dalecarlia Place is a contributing resource to the Calecarlia Water Treatment Plane, a component facility of ... more

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

5904 Dalecarlia Place (House), Washington, District of Columbia, DC

This house is considered standardized Army housing plan "Type B." Significance: The dwelling at 5906 Dalecarlia Place is a contributing resource to the Calecarlia Water Treatment Plane, a component facility of ... more

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Significance: The Christopher Johnson Cottage is a one and one-half story frame building dating to about 1764-74. Sometime between the HABS photographs of the 1930s and the image taken in 1979, a door opening o... more

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Significance: The Christopher Johnson Cottage is a one and one-half story frame building dating to about 1764-74. Sometime between the HABS photographs of the 1930s and the image taken in 1979, a door opening o... more

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Significance: The Christopher Johnson Cottage is a one and one-half story frame building dating to about 1764-74. Sometime between the HABS photographs of the 1930s and the image taken in 1979, a door opening o... more

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Significance: The Christopher Johnson Cottage is a one and one-half story frame building dating to about 1764-74. Sometime between the HABS photographs of the 1930s and the image taken in 1979, a door opening o... more

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Significance: The Christopher Johnson Cottage is a one and one-half story frame building dating to about 1764-74. Sometime between the HABS photographs of the 1930s and the image taken in 1979, a door opening o... more

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Significance: The Christopher Johnson Cottage is a one and one-half story frame building dating to about 1764-74. Sometime between the HABS photographs of the 1930s and the image taken in 1979, a door opening o... more

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Christopher Johnson Cottage, State Route 126, Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA

Significance: The Christopher Johnson Cottage is a one and one-half story frame building dating to about 1764-74. Sometime between the HABS photographs of the 1930s and the image taken in 1979, a door opening o... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Brown-Parrott House, State Route 680, Crozet, Albemarle County, VA

Significance: The house is one of the relatively few survivors of Eighteenth-Century architecture (ca. 1782) in western Ablemarle County and is an excellent example of a vernacular, hall-parlor house, exhibitin... more