Carver-Price School

Located in the Town of Appomattox, the Carver-Price School comprises a one-story, brick Rosenwald school constructed c. 1930, with substantial additions in 1951 and 1964, as well as several secondary […]


In rural Northumberland County, the magnificent 221-acre estate of Gascony encompasses a Greek Revival-style main house built in ca. 1856, in addition to a guest house and numerous agricultural outbuildings […]

Samuel D. Outlaw Blacksmith Shop

The Samuel D. Outlaw Blacksmith Shop is located in the Accomack County town of Onancock, and is listed under the African American Watermen of the Virginia Chesapeake Bay MPD. The […]

Pulaski High School

Pulaski High School is located within a small residential area off US Route 11, just northeast of downtown Pulaski. This two-story Georgian Revival building was originally constructed in 1937 as […]

Union Street School

The 1883 Union Street School, located on the northern edge of the Loudoun County seat of Leesburg, is an intact example of an African American schoolhouse operated during the Jim […]


Rotherwood is an early 19th century agricultural estate and former plantation located in rural Southampton County, west of the town of Capron.  The property is accessed via long, tree-lined dirt […]

Blue Ridge Tunnel

Located in the Greenwood-Afton Rural Historic District, the Blue Ridge Tunnel (also commonly known as the Crozet Tunnel) is a single-track railroad tunnel constructed between 1850 and 1857 that was […]

Julius Rosenwald High School

The Julius Rosenwald High School, originally known as the Northumberland County Training School, was one of only seven two-story schools in Virginia constructed utilizing Tuskegee Institute designs for buildings that […]

Silver Hill Baptist Church and School

Located in the southern part of Fauquier County, the Silver Hill Baptist Church and School is sited on the east side of Silver Hill Road (Route 615). Associated with the […]