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[Part of Augusta County, Va.].

[Map of Albemarle County, north of the Virginia Central Railroad, and a portion of Augusta County along the south fork of the Shenandoah River].

Augusta County, Virginia,

A topographical map of the Elizabeth Furnace iron property, Augusta Co., Va., containing about 6250 acres, Aug. 1867.

Map of Dr. Dellinger's mill property with 153 acres of land showing proposed changes of public roads, bridge site &c. /

Map of Augusta County, Virginia /

Map of Augusta County, Virginia /

[Profile showing geological structure of a section in Virginia from Mill Mountain in Rockbridge County to Blue Ridge Mountain in Augusta County].

Geological section of Great and Little No. Mountains near Ferrol, Va. /

"Kennedy" iron lands, 4,500 acres : /

Map showing the location of Mount Rogers, Augusta Co., Va. /

Map of Augusta Co., Virginia, 1738-1770

Map of Augusta County, Virginia, 1886

Map of part of Augusta County, Colony of Virginia, 1755-1760

Shenandoah Valley. Braden and Van Fossen Works,a flourishing shop outside of Staunton, which does such heavy work as machining different rock crusher shafts

Shenandoah Valley. Braden and Van Fossen Works,a flourishing shop outside of Staunton, which does such heavy work as machining different rock crusher shafts

Shenandoah Valley. Braden and Van Fossen Works,a flourishing shop outside of Staunton, which does such heavy work as machining different rock crusher shafts

Shenandoah Valley. A small town in Augusta County, typical of the valley towns

Shenandoah Valley. Braden and Van Fossen Works, outside of Staunton. Machining different rock crusher shafts

Shenandoah Valley. Workers in the Braden and Van Fossen Works, outside of Staunton, one of the flourishing shops in the Shenandoah Valley

Shenandoah Valley. Braden and Van Fossen Works,a flourishing shop outside of Staunton, which does such heavy work as machining different rock crusher shafts

Colonial land patents and grantees : Calfpasture Rivers, Augusta County, Virginia /

West Augusta, Virginia, Safety Committee to Virginia Colonial Convention, 1774, Memorial on Non-importation of British Goods

West Augusta, Virginia, Safety Committee to Virginia Colonial Convention, 1774, Memorial on Non-importation of British Goods

West Augusta, Virginia, Safety Committee to Virginia Colonial Convention, 1774, Memorial on Non-importation of British Goods

[Sketch of the road from Waynesboro toward Staunton, in Augusta County, Virginia.].

[Sketch of the road from Waynesboro toward Staunton, in Augusta County, Virginia.].