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When these homes were found abandoned, Union soldiers simply pulled down the house and used it for firewood. Stafford county once extended up to the Blue Ridge Mountain.
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From May 29 to June 1, 1861, there were a series of skirmishes at Aquia Landing between Union gunboats and the Confederate defenses.