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John Mosby's nickname was
This school was reopened as a museum in 2003
This disease was a major reason for people to move from the Tidewater region to Clarke County
Lord Fairfax introduced this popular sport to Clarke County
As the Burwell-Morgan mill was being built Nathaniel Burwell lived in
This mountain is home to the center of operations for the federal emergency management center
In 1836 Clarke County separated from what other county
Nathaniel Burwell partnered with who to build a mill in Millwood in 1782
For whom is Clarke County named
Lt. Col. Nathaniel Burwell's alma mater was
Lord Fairfax's home was
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The first master of the Blue Ridge Hunt was
The largest Civil War engagement in Clarke County was
One of the 2 newspapers published by African Americans in Clarke County was
The nickname for the 2nd Virginia Regiment during the Civil War was
Berryville was founded in
The last public execution in Clarke County took place in
The oldest log church in the county is
The first winner of the triple crown, Sir Barton, retired to stud at
The first sheriff of Clarke County was
The first Clarke County Fair was held in
The largest flood in Clarke County history was in

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