2 edition of history of Arlington County, Virginia found in the catalog.
history of Arlington County, Virginia
Dorothy Lee Dunham
|Statement||by Dorothy Ellis Lee, illustrated by Lydia Keown Feidler.|
|LC Classifications||F232.A4 D86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 160 p.|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||47017242|
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The Hidden History of Arlington County (Virginia Time Travel) Havoscar. Charlie Clark is interviewed about the Hidden History of Arlington County. Arlington, Virginia: Exploring. Arlington County is a jurisdiction of square miles located across the Potomac River from Washington D.C. The County was originally part of the ten-mile square surveyed in for the Nation’s Capital. From to , what are now Arlington and a portion of the City of Alexandria were known as Alexandria County, District of [ ]. Arlington Historical Museum. Ball-Sellers House. Local Historical Sites. Boundary Stones. Become a Member. Online Application. WWI Commemoration Donation. Featured Stories. The Pentagon’s First Christmas, Christmas Liquor Store Fire, Christmas Shopping in Clarendon. Arlington Historical Magazine. Brochures and Pamphlets.
Richmond is the capital, and Virginia Beach the largest city; other large cities are Norfolk; Newport News; Chesapeake; Hampton; Portsmouth; and Alexandria and Arlington (officially a county), both suburbs of Washington, D.C. Economy Virginia has an economy that is highly diversified. The Arlington Historical Society, a non-profit organization, is devoted to the research, preservation, discovery, restoration, and dissemination of Arlington County’s past, and operates the Arlington Historical Museum and the Ball-Sellers House, the county’s oldest : Arcadia Publishing SC. Return completed and signed application to the Talking Books Service at Arlington Central Library: Mail: Talking Book Service, Arlington Central Library, N. Quincy St., Arlington VA Email: [email protected] Fax: Telephone:
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