Frederick County Court House
Winchester, Virginia

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4. Lloyd Logan Home
5. Frederick County Court House
6. Fort Collier
7. Winchester (1st, 2nd and 3rd battles)
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1. Old Court House Civil War Museum

2. Winchester, VA : Frederick County Court House (1840)
3. Frederick County Courthouse: Virginia Is For Lovers
4. Researching old houses in Winchester/Frederick County
     

(October 2007) Enlarge Frederick County Court House, built in 1840 and located on North Loudoun Street in Old Town, served as both a hospital and a prison for both Union and Confederate troops as Winchester changed hands 70 times during the war

 

(October 2007) Front lawn became a prison pen for Confederate prisoners in 1864

   

  

(October 2007) Stonewall Jackson

(October 2007) A private relates his battlefield experience
     

(October 2007) A surgeon relates one of the realities of war

  (October 2007) A mass grave

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