The History of Waterford, Virginia
A National Historic Landmark

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About Waterford

African-Americans

African-American Experience - Faith and Family

African-American Experience – Recollections of John Divine

African-American Experience - Slavery and Freedom

African-American Experience - Segregation, Struggle, andSuccess

African-American Experience - Work and Play

Agriculture

Automobiles

Cemeteries

Churches

Civil War - Battle of 1862

Civil War - Before the war

Civil War - 1861

Civil War - 1862

Civil War - 1863

Civil War - 1864

Civil War - 1864, Waterford News

Civil War - 1864, Quaker Women Journalists

Civil War - 1865

Civil War - William Williams Taken Hostage

Commercial Development of Waterford

Commercial Downfall

Development-by the mill (1700s)

Furniture made in Waterford

Government-1800s

Government-1875 ordinances

House numbers

Ice houses

Jail

Library

Log Cabins

Maps

Mills

Origins

Origins, first settlers

Phillips Farm – Family Farm Changing

Post office

Quaker settlement

Second Street School

Schools

Shopping in 1870

Tannery

Timeline and overview

Waterford Foundation history

Waterford in 1926

Waterford in the 1930's

Waterford Bank

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Education - History course for grades 5-12


Other pages:

Ephemera
Toasts given on July 4th, 1832
Thomas Moore

 

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