Virginia


Tree-ring Dated Buildings in Virginia


103 5th Street, Clarksville 5148 Bulls Drive, Cape Charles Adam Keeling House, Virginia Beach
Adam Thoroughgood House, Virginia Beach Arcola Slave Quarters, Loudoun Co Shipwreck and Wharf, Alexandria
Barnes House, Dumfries Botetourt Hotel, Gloucester Bray-Digges House, Williamsburg
Brockenbrough, King Street, Port Royal Burnham Davis House, 2109 East Broad Street, Richmond Bushy Park, Haymarket
Cabin, Ben Lomond, Manassas, Prince William Co Cabin, Walnut Valley Plantation, Surry Co Clover Hill Barn, Keswick
Clover Hill Log House, Keswick Clifton Log Kitchen, Warrenton Clifton House, Warrenton
Debtors Prison, Gloucester East Farm, Berryville Edward Dromgoole House, Halifax Co
M. E. Dogan House, Manassas Elkington, Eastville Eyre Hall, Cheriton
Falling Creek Archaeology Site, Richmond Findowrie, Keswick Galt Cottage, Williamsburg
Gap Run Farm Cabin, Upperville Gloucester Courthouse, Gloucester Grape Valley
Headquarters Farm, Crozet Historic Huntley, Alexandria Hitt Cabin, Fauquier County
James Monroe's Highland James Monroe's Highland Overseers House John and Nancy Yeatts House, Pittsylvania County
Lower Brandon Plantation Lynnhaven House,Virginia Beach Magnolia House, Virginia
Meadow Farm, Virginia Montpelier Station, Mansion Morgantown House, Marshall
Mount Fair, Crozet Mount Fair, Smokehouse, Crozet Co Mount Fair, Spring House, Crozet Co
Mount Vernon, North Garden House, Mount Vernon, South Garden House, Mount Vernon, The Gardener’s House, Fairfax
Mount Vernon, The Mansion House cellar, Fairfax Mount Vernon, The Spinning House, Fairfax Mount Vernon, Trees from the estate, Fairfax
New Kent Ordinary, New Kent Old Mansion Bowling Green Old Thomas James Store, Mathews County
Pear Valley Pine Slash, Hanover County Rigg Buckley Log House, Centreville
Robert Carter House, Williamsburg Rose Hill, Winchester R R Moton House, Rice
Schoolhouse, Upperville Slave Cabin, Logan Farm, Ivor, Isle of Wight Co Slave Quarters, Bacon's Castle Plantation, Surry Co.
Slave Quarters, Four Square Plantation, Isle of Wight Co Slave Quarters, Sherwood Forest Plantation, Stafford Co Slave Quarters, Spring Hill Farm, Culpeper Co.
Smokehouse, Headquarters Farm, Crozet Snowden, Scottsville, Spring Hill, Bermuda,
Spring Valley Farm, Delaplane St John’s Church, East Broad Street, Richmond St Luke"s Church, Smithfield
Stone House Log Addition, Stephens City The Brush-Everard House, Williamsburg The Old Mansion, Bowling Green
The President’s House, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg The Tanner House, La Crosse Thomas Harrison House, Harrisonburg
Timberneck, Hayes Walnut Level, Crozet Co. Walter Reed Birthplace, Gloucester
Ware Church, Gloucester Wellington, Franktown William Bryd III House, Williamsburg
Williams Ordinary, Dumfries Wilton, Middlesex Co

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