Warminster Rural Historic District

The southeastern edge of the Warminster Rural Historic District winds along nearly 3.8 miles of the James River, which separates this portion of Nelson County from Buckingham County. Apart from […]

Winslow Hospital

Winslow Hospital is located on Betts Street in Danville, a central thoroughfare of the city’s historic African American Almagro community. Built in 1940, the hospital facility consists of a one-story […]

Ida Mae Francis Tourist Home

The Ida Mae Francis Tourist Home is in the city of Harrisonburg, northeast of the downtown historic district.  The house has a corner location in a portion of the historically […]

Hickory Hill School

The Hickory Hill School sits in the city of Richmond’s Southside area, in what once was Chesterfield County. The school was built in 1938 for African American students on the […]

Pleasant Ridge School Historic District

The Pleasant Ridge School Historic District is located south of Pungo in the Capps Shop-Centerville community of rural Virginia Beach.  The small district consists of a one-room schoolhouse, a church […]

Dixon Cemetery

Established in a farming community near the village of Concord in Campbell County between 1752 and 1756, the Dixon Cemetery contains the graves of some of the earliest settlers in […]

St. Clare Walker School Complex

The St. Clare Walker School Complex includes two historic Black school campuses along General Puller Highway, east of Cooks Corner in Middlesex County. The northern campus, St. Clare Walker High […]

Seatack Historic District

Seatack is a historic African American neighborhood in Virginia Beach, located just over a mile west of the Atlantic oceanfront. The Seatack Historic District is focused around Birdneck Road and […]

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 […]