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Results for subject term "Invisible History": 25

Historical Significance Corling's Corner was a site where enslaved blacks were bought, held in slave pens, and sold. During the antebellum period, slaves were annually "hired out" in December as domestics and laborers. The highly visible downtown…

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Historical Significance Aquia Landing is located at the confluence of Aquia Creek and the Potomac River in Stafford County, Virginia. As early as 1815, Aquia Landing served as a steamboat wharf. Southbound travelers came to this point by boat from…

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