Civil War History



Civil War Markers in Page County

Page County, Virginia, or known as the Luray Valley and later Page Valley during the Civil War, is located between the majestic Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountains on the east and west and with the ever-flowing Shenandoah River running south to north. The significance of the Page Valley as an avenue of armies through the Shenandoah Valley, to and from Gettysburg and as a prominent thoroughfare for General “Stonewall” Jackson, with its stories, is a valuable resource that must be preserved and shared.

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New Market Battlefield

15.0 Miles Away – Map It

The New Market Battlefield Military Museum in historic New Market, Virginia, is a privately owned museum that is the only such facility on a nationally recognized Civil War battlefield. Twenty-five years ago the New Market Battlefield Military Museum was established to fill a huge void in historical Civil War attractions in the Shenandoah Valley. Since that time, the New Market Battlefield Military Museum has provided both the serious student of history and the casual seeker of knowledge with a resource that is unrivaled in its displays and written history.

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Page County American Civil War Site Map

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