Appomattox River


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Appomattox River

A river rising in south-central Virginia and flowing about 220 km (135 mi) eastward to the James River near Petersburg.
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The system treats water from a county-owned reservoir and purchases treated water from the Appomattox River Water Authority and the city of Richmond.
Major organization : APPOMATTOX RIVER WATER AUTHORITY
Lower Appomattox River. The event, sponsored by NPCA and Wilderness inquiry, included lessons about Petersburg National Battlefield, the Civil War, nature, and canoeing.
Grant changed his strategy thereafter by marching across the Chickahominy River, crossing the James River unopposed, and attempting to seize the Confederate transportation hub at Petersburg, Virginia, on the Appomattox River. This article examines the operations of Company A, U.S.
Lee drove his army westward along the Appomattox River hoping to elude his pursuers.
From there, the fuselage was transferred to a floating causeway, and watercraft operators of 7th Sustainment Brigade used tug boats to pull it up the James to the Vulcan company docks on the Appomattox River.
It was a prosperous small city, displaying more than its share of provincial charm alongside the Appomattox River, second only to Richmond in Virginia's population.
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Built in 1997 on a 21-acre tract near the banks of the historic Appomattox River, the facility has plenty of adjacent greenfield space available for expansion in the future.
These Israelites were a hundred or so freed men and women who lived on several acres of land in Prince Edward County, Virginia, off the Appomattox River. When Richard Randolph (a cousin of Thomas Jefferson) died in 1796, his will stipulated that 400 acres of land be set aside for some of his slaves to develop their own community.
Strategists can quickly grasp the importance of High Bridge at Farmville along the Appomattox River, but few are aware that the supports for that vital structure had been funded by Samuel McDearmon, Appomattox entrepreneur.
Located on a bluff overlooking the Appomattox River from Ettrick, VA, in Chesterfield County, just 25 miles south of Richmond, Virginia State University offers the ideal "living and learning" community.