Historical Markers in
Richmond County, Virginia

1 North Boulevard 10 N. Boulevard 101 North Arthur Ashe Boulevard 103 South Boulevard 115 South Boulevard 1200 Block East Cary Street 1201 East Cary Street 1300-1304 East Cary Street 13th Street Bridge 17 Feet 19 North Arthur Ashe Boulevard 201 South Boulevard 205 North 23rd Street 208 North 28th 21 North Arthur Ashe Boulevard 210 N. 28th Street 2200 E. Broad St. 2204 E. Grace Street 2205 East Broad Street 2209 East Broad Street - Miles Turpin House 2215 E. Broad Street 2307 E. Broad Street 2510 E. Franklin Street 2514 E. Franklin Street 2610 East Franklin Street 2708 E. Franklin Street 2710 E. Franklin Street 2715 E. Broad Street 28th St Draw Bridge / Great Shiplock Canal 2916 Libby Terrace 3009 E. Broad Street 3013 Libby Terrace 3101 E. Broad St. 3107 E. Broad Street 3420 East Broad Street 5 North 29th Street 509 North Mulberry Street 600 N. 29th St. 605 N. 25th Street A Bateau Pole A Legacy on Leigh Street A. P. Hill Adams-Van Lew House Adapting Power African Americans and the Waterfront Albemarle Paper Alexander Alexander H. Stephens House Site Alfred D. "A.D." Price (ca. 1860-1921) Ampthill Ancarrow's Landing Ann Carrington House Anna Maria Lane Appointed to Serve Arnold’s Picket Driven In Arthur Ashe Monument Atlantic Coastline Railroad Bridge Atlantic Sturgeon Auction Houses Bacon’s Quarter Barton Heights Cemeteries Basin Race Battle of Bloody Run Bell Tavern Belle Isle Belle Isle Belle Isle and Old Dominion Iron and Nail Works Belle Isle Hydro Plant Belle Isle Prison Belle Isle Prison Camp Monument Belle Isle Rolling Milling and Slitting Manufactory Bill “Bojangles” Robinson Birthplace of Cardiac Transplantation Black Hawk (1767-1838) Bloody Run Bowers Brothers Coffee and Tea Building Branch Public Baths Breaking Stones with Feathers British Invasion of Richmond, January 1781 Broad Street Station Brown's Island Disaster Brown’s Island Burnt District Burton-Farrar House Byrd Park Pump House Byrd Theatre Canal Walk Canal Walk / Historic Canals Canal Walk / Historic Canals Canal Walk / Historic Canals Canal Walk / Historic Canals Cannon over the Camp Canons and Corpses Central Lunatic Asylum Charles Sidney Gilpin Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Childsavers' WRVA Building Chimborazo Hospital Chimborazo Hospital Chimborazo Hospital Christopher Newport Cross / Canal Walk Christopher Newport Monument Church Hill Tunnel City Locks River Gauge City of Richmond Bicentennial Civil War POW Camp Coburn Hall Coffer Dams Colonel Thomas Stegge, Jr. Columbian Block Commercial Block Company Store Confederate (Second) Alabama Hospital Confederate General Hospital No. 12 Confederate Hospital Confederate Laboratory Confederate Memorial Chapel Confederate Memorial Pyramid Confederate Navy Yard Confederate Ordnance Lab Explosion Confederate Soldiers' Home Consolidated Bank & Trust Company Craig House Creole Revolt Crossing the Atlantic Cupolas from the Virginia State Penitentiary Cyrus Griffin’s Birthplace Davenport Trading Company Despair of Slavery Dorothy Height Downtown Richmond Millsites Dr. Dorothy Irene Height Early Industrial Patterns Early Quakers in Richmond Early Shockoe Ebenezer Baptist Church Edgar Allen Poe Egyptian Building Electric Trolley Electricity for Streetcars Elizabeth Van Lew Elliott House Ellison Hall Engine Company No. 9 Fire Station English Village Enterprise and Iron Evacuation Fire Evacuation of Richmond Evergreen Cemetery Execution of Gabriel Exterior Design Fairfax Falls of the James First African Baptist Church First Break Rapids First Regiment of Virginia Infantry First Southern African American Girl Scouts First Trolley Car System in Richmond Forest Hill Park Founders Hall Francis Asbury Francis Lightfoot Lee's Menokin Francis Turbine Franklin Street Burying Grounds Frederick William Sievers Freedmen's Bureau / Freedman's Bank Friends Asylum for Colored Orphans Gallego Mill Flume Gallego Mills Gateway to the Civil War Gen'l Joseph E. Johnston George Washington Monument George Washington’s Vision George Wythe George Wythe Giles Beecher Jackson Governor Edmund Randolph Grace Evelyn Arents Granite and History Grant House / Sheltering Arms Hospital Great Ship Lock Great Ship Lock Great Ship Lock Great Turning Basin Gun Emplacement Hancock-Wirt-Caskie House Harnessing the River Harry Flood Byrd Hartshorn Memorial College Haxall Headgates Haxall Millrace Headgate Headgate Cleaner Hebrew Cemetery Henderson Center Here Rest More Than One Hundred Here Stood the Trigg Shipyard Heron Rookery Hilary Baker House Historic Belle Isle Historic Belle Isle Historic Estate Historic Estate Historic Shockoe Valley Historic Tredegar Hollywood Rapids Hon. William Atkinson Jones Horseshoe Shops Hunter Holmes McGuire, M.D. Huntley Hall Hurricane Agnes Imperial Airlines Flight 201/8 Inauguration of Davis Industrial Recycling Inside A Flour Mill Intermediate Defenses Intermediate Line of Confederate Defenses Ironworks Oil House Italians in Richmond Jackson Ward Jacob House James & Sallie Dooley James Monroe James Monroe Monument James River & Kanawha Canal James River & Kanawha Canal James River Bateaumen Jefferson Davis Jefferson Davis Highway John Jasper John Jasper John Marshall Corps of Cadets John Marshall House John Miller House John Mitchell, Jr., "Fighting Editor" John Tyler Joseph Reid Anderson Kahal Kadosh Beth Shalome Kanawha Canal Kanawha Plaza Kenmore Leigh Street Armory Libby House Libby Prison Libby Prison Libby Prison CSA Lockwood Double House, 1845 Loving v. Virginia Low Rise Dorms Lumpkin's Jail Maggie Lena Walker Maggie Lena Walker Maggie Lena Walker (1864-1934) Maggie Lena Walker Memorial Maggie Walker Major James Gibbon Making Machines at Tredegar Manchester & Free Bridges Manchester Canal Manchester Elliott Grays Manchester Lodge No. 14 Martin E. Gray Hall Mary Elizabeth Bowser Mary-Cooke Branch Munford Matthew Fontaine Maury Maupin - Maury House Maymont, Gilded Age Estate Mayo's Bridge Mechanics of Slavery Medical College of Virginia Memorial Bell Tower Memorial Terrace Menokin Miller & Rhoads Miller & Rhoads Miller’s and Eggleston Hotels Monroe Park Monroe Park Monumental Church Mule-Fueled Waterway Native American Fishing Navy Hill Neighborhoods at Tredegar Norfolk and Southern Bridge North Farnham Church Northern Neck Industrial Academy Oakwood Cemetery Oakwood Cemetery Confederate Section Odd Fellows Hall Officer Vernon L. Jarrelle Old City Hall Old Dominion Iron & Steel Company Old Negro Burial Ground Old Westham Bridge Oliver White Hill Sr. Oregon Hill Origins of Richmond Outbuildings Overshot Waterwheel Park Lane People-Technology-Commerce-Warfare Pickford Hall Pipeline Trail Pony Pasture Rapids Potterfield Bridge Powers-Taylor Building Powhatan Hill Powhatan Stone President Lincoln Visits Richmond President’s Mansion Propeller shaft of the Iron-Clad Virginia Pumps and Parties Quality Row Quarry Equipment Quarry Pond R&P Railroad Piers Raceways Rail Lines at Tredegar Rappahannock Indians Ratification of the Constitution Reconciliation Statue Residential Life at R. E. Lee Camp, No.1 Richmond 34 Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Bridge Richmond at the Falls Richmond Bread Riot Richmond County Courthouse Richmond Defences Richmond Defences Richmond Defences Richmond Defences Richmond Dock / Chapel Island Richmond Evacuation Fire Richmond Hill Richmond Local Flood Protection Richmond Locomotive Works Richmond Professional Institute Richmond, Virginia Bicentennial Richmond's Civil War Hospitals Richmond’s African Burial Ground Richmond’s First African American Police Officers River & Canal Robert E. Lee Bridge Robinson House Rocketts Landing Rocketts Landing Rocketts Landing and Wharf / Confederate Navy Yard / Powhatan’s Birthplace Ross' Mill Race Royster House Rumors of War Rutherfoord’s Mill Sadie Heath Cabaniss Saint John’s Church Saint John’s Episcopal Church Saint Joseph Catholic Church Samuel Pleasants Parsons House Samuel Preston Moore Shockoe Hill Cemetery Shockoe Hill Cemetery Shockoe Slip Site of J. E. B. Stuart's Death Site of Richmond College Six North Boulevard Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church Slave Auction Site Slavery Challenged Southern Firepower Southland Spottswood W. Robinson III St. John’s Church St. Philip School of Nursing St. Philip's Way Stewart-Lee House Strengthen the Arm of Liberty The Bell Tower The Boulevard Historic District The Bulldozer Press The Burying Ground – For Colored Paupers The Canal and the Civil War The Carillon The Center of Industry in 18th and 19th Century Richmond The Cupola Furnace and Foundry The Edward V. Valentine Sculpture Studio The Equal Suffrage League of Virginia The Executive Mansion of Virginia The Falls of the James The First National Bank Building The First Telephone Exchange South of the Potomac River The Flour Trade The General Assembly of Virginia The Gun Foundry The Home For Needy Confederate Women The J.M. Carter House The J.M. Carter House The John Marshall House The Lewis Doughty House The Ligon House The Navy Yard of the Confederate States The Old State Capitol The Oldest Commercial Building in Richmond The Oldest House The Power of Moving Water The Pulliam House The Remembrance Structure The Richmond-Petersburg Railroad Bridge The Robertson Hospital The Terraces The Tidal James The Treasury Building of the Confederate States of America The Tredegar Iron Works The Triangle The View That Named The City The Virginia Convention of 1788 The "Richmond 34" Theatre Fire of December 26, 1811 Thomas J. Jackson, General CSA Three Days in April 1865 Three-Chopt Road Tidewater Connection Locks Tidewater Connection Locks Tidewater Lock View To Honor Tobacco District Tobacco Row Toledo 1000-ton Press Transitions Tredegar in 1951 Tredegar in the Twentieth Century / Then and Now Tredegar Iron Works Tredegar Iron Works Tredegar Iron Works Tredegar Rolling Mills Tredegar Spike Mill Trinity Methodist Church Triple Crossing Union Army Enters Richmond Union POW Memorial Up-River Venture Use of Arms Valentine Museum Veterans Memorial Veterans Memorial Virginia Civil Rights Memorial Virginia Historical Society Virginia House Virginia State Penitentiary Virginia Union University Virginia Union University Virginia Union University 150th Anniversary Memorial Virginia War Memorial Virginia’s Executive Mansion Wakefield Warsaw Water Power Water Quality in the James Water Water Everywhere WCTU of Richmond Fountain Welcome to Chapel Island Welcome to Historic St. John’s Church Welcome to Richmond’s Historic Riverfront West of the Boulevard Historic District What’s That? White Hall White House of the Confederacy Wickham-Valentine House Wilfred Emory Cutshaw William Smith Wilton Wilton Windsor Worker Housing World War II Memorial Wyndham Bolling Blanton, M. D. Zero Milestone "For God And Country" "Richmond" "The Great Chief Justice" “I must save the women of Richmond!”