Arrange List by Type of Writing Arrange List by Type of Site Arrange List by Site Title Arrange List by Location Arrange List by Writer Of the 33 sites identified as literary landmarks recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia, 13 have been visited and evaluated in order to provide a closer look at what constitutes a literary landmark. Arranged by location, they are:

Faulkner House, Albemarle County
Monticello, Albemarle County
Carter G. Woodson Birthplace, Buckingham County
Edgar Allan Poe, City of Charlottesville
Charles Irving Thornton Tombstone, Cumberland County
Booker T. Washington National Monument, Franklin County
Willow Shade, Frederick County
Rokeby, Loudoun County
The Anne Spencer House, City of Lynchburg
Weems-Botts House, Prince William County
Old Stone House (Poe Museum), City of Richmond
Ellen Glasgow House, City of Richmond
Spence's Point, Westmoreland County

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Literary Historic Landmarks Faulkner House

 

 

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