Frontier Tale

 
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Places to Visit

Abingdon Muster Grounds
Keeping the story alive of the Overmountain Men Militia victorious campaign to the Battle of Kings Mountain, September 24 - October 7,1780. On...
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Anderson Blockhouse
The Wilderness Road Blockhouse is a representative of the Anderson Blockhouse which was built in 1775 in Virginia's East Carter's Valley....
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Blue Ridge Institute & Farm Museum
Ferrum College created the Blue Ridge Institute & Museum in the early 1970s to document, interpret, and present the folk heritage of the Blue...
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Breckenridge Cabin
The Cabin was moved next to the Washington County Library and restored in 1984 by the Washington County Preservation Foundation. Built in 1769, the...
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Crab Orchard Museum & Pioneer Park
Crab Orchard Museum preserves and promotes Appalachian cultural heritage, focusing on the frontier story and the pre-historic Native American village...
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Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail
A four hour driving tour through three counties covers the route of Daniel Boone's famous Wilderness Trail. Boone and his axmen blazed the trail...
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Ingles Farm
Arguably one of the most historically significant sites in Virginia, Ingles Farm transports visitors back to the days of westward expansion, Native...
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Madam Russell Methodist Church
Visit the church which was named as a memorial to Madam Russell, Patrick Henry's sister. Walk through the original portion of the church and see...
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Mary Draper Ingles Monument
Mary Draper Ingles embodies the spirit and strength found in settlers of early frontier history of Southwest Virginia. Her capture and escape from...
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The Hollow History Center
The Hollow History centers mission is to preserve and share the history of that section of Patrick County known as The Hollows. The Hollow History...
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The Homeplace Mountain Farm & Museum
This living history museum depicts and 1840s farmstead in the mountains of Southwest Virginia. All of the structures are original and were found...
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Wilderness Road State Park
Wilderness Road State Park offers picnicking, hiking, and nature and living history programs on Route 58 in Lee County near Ewing. Visitors can enjoy...
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Wolf Creek Indian Village & Museum
Imagine life 500 years ago. The Wolf Creek Indian Village will introduce you to the life lead by the Eastern Woodland Indians who inhabited the land...
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