Historical Markers in
Shenandoah County, Virginia

156 Orkney Drive 1LT Charles Bare Gatewood 54th Pennsylvania Monument 5855 Gospel Street 5907 Gospel Street 5923 Gospel Street 5928 Main Street 5974 Main Street 5976-5980 Main Street 5986 Main Street 5998 Main Street 6005 Main Street 6013 Main Street 6024 Main Street 6028 Main Street 6036 Main Street A Genuine Relic A Natural Bombproof Action at Mill Creek Action of Toms Brook American Legion Andrew Zirkle Mill Ashby District Honor Roll Banks’ Fort Baptism of Fire Battle of Cedar Creek Battle of Fisher's Hill Battle of Fisher's Hill Battle of Fisher’s Hill Battle of New Market Battle of New Market Birthplace of the CCC Blacksmith Shop Bowman Family Camp Barracks Cavalry Engagement Cedar Creek Charred Timbers Civil War Action in Edinburg Civil War Strasburg Col. Turner Ashby Confederate Memorial Confederate Memorial County of Shenandoah Creative Women of Fishers Hill Crystal Caverns Mine Died on the Field of Honor…" DuPont at Rude’s Hill Edinburg Edinburg Mill Edinburg Mill Rain Garden Fairfax Line Fanny Stone Field Fortifications Fisher's Hill Fisher's Hill Fisher's Hill Battlefield Fisher’s Hill Fisher’s Hill Fisher’s Hill Fisher’s Hill Fisher’s Hill Fisher’s Hill Fort Bowman Fort Valley Church of God in Christ Jesus Frontier Fort Gen. John Sevier Heroism in Defeat Historic Strasburg Historic Strasburg Historic Strasburg Historic Strasburg Historic Strasburg Historic Strasburg Hupp Cave Hupp's Hill Hupp's "Little Gem" Hupp’s Hill In Memory of General Robert E. Lee In Memory of Noah Richard Proctor Jackson in New Market John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg Keyhole Cave Know Your Watershed Address Last Indian-Settler Conflict Lest We Forget Lieutenant Colonel A.S. "Sandie" Pendleton C.S.A. Lower Cave Lunette Mabel Lee Walton and Sigma Sigma Sigma May 15, 1864 May 15, 1864 May 15, 1864 Mayor Joseph A. "Joe" Williams McNeill’s Last Charge Meem's Bottom Covered Bridge Meem’s Bottom Covered Bridge Mess Hall Moore House 1872 Mount Jackson Mount Jackson Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church Mt. Jackson Fire Company Mt. Jackson General Hospital, CSA Mt. Jackson United Methodist Church Mt. Zion Methodist Church Murphy House New Market New Market Battlefield Park Open House Our Soldiers’ Cemetery Paul Henkel Post-Appomattox Tragedy Reformed Church in the United States Replica of a 19th Century Town Pump Robert Fechner Memorial Forest Rude's Hill Rude’s Hill Action Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church Samuel Kercheval Schoolhouse Bench Sevier’s Birthplace Shenandoah County / Warren County Shenandoah County Courthouse Shenandoah County Farm and Alms House Shenandoah County Jail Shenandoah Guest House Signal Knob Signal Knob Site of New Market Academy and New Market Polytechnic Institute Sonner House St. Andrews Episcopal Church Stoner-Keller House & Mill Stonewall Jackson Stonewall's Surprise Stoney Creek Flood Water Level Strasburg Strasburg Strasburg Stone & Earthenware Mfg. Co. Summers & Koontz Monument Sunset Hill School The Battle of Fishers Hill The Battle of New Market The Battle of New Market The Bushong Farm The Confederate Hospital The Great Train Raid The Great Train Raid of 1861 The Henkel House The Old Home of William F. Rupp The oldest business in Woodstock The Original Fire Bell The Post-Appomattox Tragedy Monument The Shenandoah Valley / Battle of Cedar Creek, October 19, 1864 The Shirley House The Stony Creek Line The Stover - McGinnis House The Summers & Koontz Executions This Building of This Fertile Land This Rustic Pile Thomas Garland Jefferson To All Confederates Toms Brook Toms Brook Town of Edinburg Town of Mount Jackson Town of New Market Town of Strasburg Town of Woodstock Trail Head Trenches On Hupp's Hill Union Church Valley Pike Veterans Memorial Veterans Memorial Veterans Memorial Bell Veterans Memorial Flagpoles Welcome to Woodstock's Lovework Wheat Fan When Pig Iron was King Winter Quarters Woodstock Woodstock Woodstock Woodstock World War II Memorial World War II Memorial "Lest We Forget!" "Snapp House" “Good-bye, Lieutenant, I am killed.”