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Rappahannock Station

November 7, 1863

Fauquier County, Virginia

Nestled along the scenic Rappahannock River, this battlefield offers visitors a chance to experience the natural beauty of the river and the historic town of Remington, Virginia. The remains of both Union and Confederate earthworks along the river are sites not to be missed.

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