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 […]

Fannie Thompson House

In the Shenandoah Valley, the Fannie Thompson House in Augusta County is the sole unmodified dwelling remaining in what was once a thriving segregated African American neighborhood known as Jack’s […]

Public Schools in Augusta County 1870-1940 MPD

This Multiple Property Documentation (MPD) Form facilitates the nomination to the registers of public schools in Augusta County built between 1870 and 1940, and studies the general changes in rural […]

Mt. Airy

Long before her folk-art paintings of rural scenes and farm life earned her nationwide fame and the nickname “Grandma,” Anna Mary Robinson Moses lived in Staunton and Augusta County with […]

Greenwood-Afton Rural Historic District

Covering approximately 16,200 acres in western Albemarle County and a small corner of Nelson and southeastern Augusta counties, the Greenwood-Afton Rural Historic District was first settled by Europeans with the […]

Maple Front Farm

Maple Front Farm, constructed around 1900 in Augusta County, features a well-preserved cluster of domestic and agricultural buildings that were once part of the original 185-acre farm amassed by the […]

Mount Sidney Historic District

Mount Sidney was established in 1826, making it one of the oldest towns in Augusta County. The community that makes up the Mount Sidney Historic District originally consisted of a […]

Bare House and Mill

The Bare House and Mill Ruins stand on the banks of the South River, near the town of Stuarts Draft in Augusta County. In 1791, Jacob Bare purchased the property […]

Harper House

Surrounded by farmland and a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Harper House is located outside Stuarts Draft in Augusta County. The two-story brick house was built circa 1888 […]

Skyline Drive Historic District

Extending through eight counties, the world-famous Skyline Drive is a testament to the expanding movement for conservation, public outdoor recreation, and regional planning that became a hallmark of New Deal […]