Oakton, Virginia, U.S. Civil War

Hunter Mill Road – A Pathway For The Confederate And Union Armies During The U.S. Civil War

During the Civil War, the area of Oakton, Virginia changed hands between the Confederates and the Union Army a total of ten times. Soldiers with the Confederate and the Union armies utilized the pathway known as Hunter Hill Road, as a pathway to the Battles of Antietam, Gettysburg and Manassas.

The Hunter Mill Defense League helped coordinate a research project for the various historical markers placed on Hunter Mill Road.

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