Historical Markers in
Charlotte County, Virginia

A Bicentennial Tribute Albemarle County Albemarle County Court House An American Dream: Home Ownership Asalie Minor Preston: Teacher & Philanthropist Barry and Bill Battle Benjamin E. Tonsler Residence Buck v. Bell C.B. Holt Rock House Campaign of 1781 Campaign of 1781 Carrington's Mill Catholic Church of the Holy Comforter Central High School Changes in Holt's Neighborhood Charles B. Holt: Born Into Freedom Charlotte County / Mecklenburg County Charlotte County / Mecklenburg County Charlotte County / Prince Edward County Charlotte County Confederate Monument Charlotte County Library Charlotte Court House Charlotte Court House Historic District Charlottesville Charlottesville Charlottesville Charlottesville Charlottesville General Hospital Claude Moore, M.D. Constitutional Oak Cub Creek Church Daughters of Zion Cemetery Dedicated to You, A Free Citizen in a Free Land Dogwood Vietnam Memorial Drakes Branch Early Exploration Early Hotels Edgehill Enderly Fernando Símon Bolívar First Baptist Church First Baptist Church, West Main Street First Post Office First Public Library Four Locust Farm Gen. Alexander Archer Vandegrift Georgia O’Keeffe Greater Downtown Greenfield Henry and Randolph Historic Courthouse Square History Underfoot Holt In Charlottesville: Work and Success Holt's Architecture Jack Jouett’s Ride Jefferson School Joseph Morton Keysville Legal Aid Justice Center and the Holt House Lynching in America / Lynching of John Henry James Mercantile Business Meriwether Lewis Monticello Monticello Wine Company NAACP Civil Rights Victory: Integration of Johnson School, 1962 Nelson Sanitorium (1895-1902) Old Briery Church Paul Carrington Paul Goodloe McIntire President Monroe’s Local Homes Quarter Place Trailhead Red Hill Red Hill Red Hill Plantation Red House Roanoke Plantation Roanoke Station Roosevelt “Rosey” Brown, Jr. Rough Creek Church Sacajawea Salem School Shadow Catcher Site of Old Swan Tavern Southside Virginia Community College Staunton Bridge Action Stone Tavern and Central Hotel The Dogwood Vietnam Memorial The Farm The Three Notch’d Road The War of 1812 / War of 1812 Opposition — John Randolph Together We Grow Town Hall / Levy Opera House Triumph of “The Charlottesville Twelve” Triumph of “The Charlottesville Twelve” Veterans Memorial Veterans Memorial Vietnam War Memorial Walter “Rock” Greene Albert “AP” Moore Gymnasium Washington Park: Separate and Unequal Watering Fountains Wilson-Kautz Raid Wilson’s orders were to destroy the Richmond and Danville Railroad to the greatest extent possible Wylliesburgh 'Burying' Ground