Shenandoah County

Shenandoah County, highlighted in map of Virginia

the 1755 Fry-Jefferson map of Virginia shows the Fairfax Line as the southern border of modern Shenandoah County
the 1755 Fry-Jefferson map of Virginia shows the Fairfax Line as the southern border of modern Shenandoah County
Source: Library of Congress, A map of the most inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole province of Maryland with part of Pensilvania, New Jersey and North Carolina (by Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson, 1755)

Mount Jackson in 1864
Mount Jackson in 1864
Source: Frank Leslie's Illustrated History of the Civil War, In the Shenandoah Valley - Mount Jackson, the Headquarters of General Fremont In His Advance to Harrisonburg (p.213)

Strasburg in 1862
Strasburg in 1862
Source: Frank Leslie's Illustrated History of the Civil War, View of the Town of Strasburg, Valley of the Shenandoah, Occupied By the Federal Forces Under General Banks, March 25th, 1862 (p.254)

in 1906, both Front Royal and Strasburg were served by two railroads
in 1906, both Front Royal and Strasburg were served by two railroads
Source: Library of Congress, Post route map of the states of Virginia and West Virginia (Postmaster General, 1906)

Site of Civil War Hospital in Mount Jackson, between Winchester and Staunton
site of Civil War Hospital in Mount Jackson


Existing Virginia Counties
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