Remembering Fairfax County, Virginia

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Overview
The passage of time has brought with it vast alterations to the landscape of Northern Virginia and Fairfax County. Once a sleepy rural area dotted with a few small villages, it has changed into a bustling suburb that is now home to thousands of people. Throughout its history, Fairfax County has hosted presidents, been home to slave traders and been a strategic component in multiple campaigns during the Civil War. Remembering Fairfax County, Virginia by longtime local historian Karl Reiner is a collection of historical vignettes that captures not only the essence of the events and people who have shaped the history of Fairfax County, but also their impact on the Old Dominion. Reiner calls upon a breadth of materials, exploring much of the forgotten heritage in the county, to provide an accessible and balanced work that is both informative and entertaining. From the influence of presidents such as George Washington to forgotten battles during the Civil War, this collection chronicles the history of Fairfax County during some of the most influential periods in American history.
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ISBN: 9781596290969
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
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State: Virginia
Series: American Chronicles
Images: 3
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.25 (w) x 9.375 (h)
Author
Karl Reiner is a long-time resident of Fairfax County, and for decades has written about the county's history in a variety of Virginia publications. This is his first book.
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