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Welcome to Saluda
Saluda is a crossroads village at the intersection of Business Routes 17 and 33, It was created in the 1850s as an alternative location for the Middlesex County seat, which up to that time had been in Urbanna. Thomas Waring Fauntleroy bought 1,030 acres of land in the area known today as Saluda and built his home, “Oakenham,” in 1837. The old three-story home still stands behind Middlesex High School, which is about a block from the courthouse.
05.26.2011Visit Historic Stratford Hall Plantation
Whether you’re a resident or visitor to the region, take a day to explore the backcountry of the Northern Neck and discover the ‘roots’ of some of the leaders who shaped our nation. Experience plantation life as it was lived by the Lees of Stratford—a family of colonists, revolutionaries, nation builders and secessionists.
04.29.2011Reliving the Civil War in the 21st century
The American Civil War started 150 years ago this year and for those wanting to relive some of the drama of battle and the lifestyle during those times, a visit to a reenactment provides a glimpse into the horrors of war and grind of camp life.
04.29.2011Find some solitude at Gwynn’s Island
Some places are visited for what they have. For others, like Gwynn’s Island in Mathews County, the attraction is what it doesn’t have — congestion and traffic. It’s the kind of place to escape the trappings of modern life.
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